Report: ESPN laying off 100 staffers at month’s end
Bristol sports media giant ESPN is laying off 100 employees after Thanksgiving, according to multiple news reports.
CT insurance watchdog probes NY broker
Connecticut regulators are investigating a New York insurance broker who is under a cease and desist order by the U.S. Department of Labor over alleged employer health plan violations.
Hartford yoga studio closes suddenly downtown
Hartford Sweat, a downtown yoga and fitness studio, closed its doors suddenly Thursday, after the owner says she struggled to sustain the business.
Sentry buys stake in Avon firm
Hartford commercial-property broker Sentry Commercial says it bought a stake in Avon broker Commercial Property Advisors.
Clinton utility plans $66M infrastructure investment in 2018
Clinton water utility Connecticut Water Service has authorized a $66.2 million capital spending plan for 2018 focused on pipeline replacement and aging infrastructure updates.
Access Health CT enrolling thousands in first week
Connecticut’s health insurance exchange has enrolled more than 10,000 customers in health plans in its first full week of open enrollment, Access Health CT CEO Jim Wadleigh said Friday.
MGM Springfield hiring workers at new career center Monday
MGM is opening a downtown career center in Springfield, Mass., on Monday to hire employees ahead of its planned fall 2018 debut.
Legislators to return for limited revisions to bipartisan budget
Legislative leaders agreed Thursday to call lawmakers back to Hartford next week to revise, but not re-litigate the bipartisan budget passed last month, primarily by changing the terms.
Court shutters Nix’s in downtown Hartford
Front Street’s Nix’s Hartford restaurant has been evicted from its Front Street location after failing to pay back rent, according to court documents.
Lawmakers seek public review of Eversource storm response
Two Connecticut lawmakers are calling for an informational public forum to examine Eversource Energy’s response to the October rain and windstorm that left more than 100,000 residents without power.
Millions in VW settlement funding draw closer
Connecticut is closing in on its $55 million in anticipated funding from a legal settlement with automaker Volkswagen.
13 CT firms earn perfect LGBTQ inclusion scores
Four Hartford area companies are among 13 in Connecticut that earned the top score in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2018 Corporate Equality Index, a measure that assesses diversity and.
HHC’s Bone & Joint Institute partners with Bloomfield health analytics firm
Bloomfield health analytics firm SimplyVital Health said Thursday it is partnering with Hartford HealthCare’s Bone & Joint Institute at Hartford Hospital to manage hip and knee replacements.