For the last three decades, Richard Welch has held a variety of roles in the insurance industry in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Two buildings on Post Road East in Westport were sold to a Colorado-based investor for $1.25 million.
Iowa’s senator has raised concerns about proposed mergers involving Connecticut insurers, the Hartford Business Journal reports.
The Travelers Cos. Inc. announced earlier this week that Jay S. Benet will step down from his role as CFO, effective Sept. 1. Benet, who has held the position since 2002, will remain on the senior leadership team as vice chairman.
She’s only been a member for five years, but Lisa Lugauskas is on a fast track to leadership at Connecticut’s largest organization for women in the commercial real estate industry.
A married couple formerly of New Canaan was charged with health care fraud that cost victim health care programs $1.5 million in losses.
A Norwalk doctor has pleaded guilty to drug distribution and health care fraud offenses.
Ion Insurance Corp. has completed the move to a new location at 1520 Highland Ave. in Cheshire.
Dr. Atul Gawande, a surgeon who was named this week to head the company being formed by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase to trim employee health care costs, on Thursday cited surgery as the single biggest U.S. health care cost and said there are ways to both cut costs and improve patient care.
The corporate tax cut passed by U.S. President Donald Trump and fellow Republicans that was in part designed to help dissuade U.S. companies from moving profits overseas may instead make the practice a lot more rewarding.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials on Monday began assessing damage from a tornado and a macroburst that hit Connecticut during severe storms last month, a process that could lead to federal aid.
At its Silicon Valley headquarters, network gear maker Cisco Systems Inc. is going to unusual lengths to take control of the relentless increase in its U.S. health care costs.
Eye and Vision LLC has inked a lease in Wallingford.
A Torrington man involved in a medical scheme has been sentenced for committing health care fraud.
Connecticut spent almost 1 percent of total state government expenditures on costs associated with the opioid crisis in fiscal year 2015.
ProHealth Physicians Inc. and Udolf 631 LLC have reached a settlement with the state to resolve allegations that a ProHealth office in West Hartford was not in compliance with the ADA Act.
The Connecticut Insurance Department has activated its emergency adjuster program that allows insurance companies to quickly register their out-of-state adjusters and bring them into the state to help with claims of property and auto damage.
An Ellington psychiatrist and mental health clinic have agreed to pay over $800,000 to settle False Claims Act allegations.
A Windsor resident was sentenced in Bridgeport to five years of probation for defrauding the state’s Medicaid program.
Aetna, which is being acquired by CVS Health Inc., is reporting that it swung to a first-quarter profit.