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Sun ReporterThink about college tuition, health care and your electric bill, and it's easy to assume that prices only move in two directions: up and way up. But you might not have noticed that one important financial product is significantly cheaper these days: term...
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Courant Staff WriterFrom a distance, the more than 11,000 state residents who have returned from war in the past five years have disappeared seamlessly into the Connecticut landscape — back to colleges, spouses, civilian or military jobs. But up close, the...
The Hartford CourantThe Hartford was reported Thursday to be seeking bids for its property-casualty insurance operations from The Travelers Cos. and other companies, and exploring the sale of its group life and disability business. The report Thursday by Bloomberg News,...
The Hartford CourantOther life insurers would probably join MetLife in turning down federal bailout funds, and only the most stressed companies will take the money if it's offered, analysts are predicting. MetLife, citing its strong balance sheet and previous efforts to...
The Hartford said Wednesday that it will slash expenses, cut jobs and retool prices and terms of variable annuity products after reporting a $2.63 billion quarterly net loss from investment troubles and hurricanes. The Hartford Financial Services Group...
Thomas M. Marra, president and chief operating officer of The Hartford and widely seen as a leading candidate to be its next chief executive, will retire July 3, the company said in a surprise announcement Wednesday. Marra, who has been with The Hartford...
The Hartford CourantThe Hartford has laid off about 200 employees in the Hartford region so far this year, and more job cuts are coming locally and companywide, CEO Ramani Ayer said in an interview Wednesday after the annual shareholders' meeting. The company had previously...
The Hartford CourantThe Hartford's shares fell 8 percent Friday on news of a large loss in the first quarter and lower earnings forecast for the year, though executives stressed that the financial cushion of the troubled life operations didn't deteriorate much in the period....
Courant Staff WriterConnecticut's insurance companies are busy building profits or shooting for turnarounds this year, but a multitude of investigations looms over the industry here and across the nation. Many of the probes kicked off last year with New York Attorney...
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