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Best: P/C industry can absorb Sandy

Property and casualty insurers are well positioned to absorb losses from Hurricane Sandy, according to A.M. Best Co.

AmeriCares, nonprofits anxious of tax code change

With a major U.S. initiative on deck, AmeriCares is eyeing campaign vows to overhaul the tax code – with an almost certain impact on nonprofit finance.

Cartus: 38K visits to on-site clinic

Since opening an on-site health clinic at its Danbury headquarters nine years ago, Cartus Corp. has accommodated 38,000 visits from employees.

BranchServ adds Checkpoint unit

BranchServ is adding a Checkpoint business unit that sells bank security systems.

Durata gets $2.3m in Branford move

Connecticut awarded $2.3 million in grants for Durata Therapeutics Inc. to establish an office in Branford.

Pepperidge Farm opens innovation center

Pepperidge Farm’s new 34,000-square-foot innovation center reflects the company’s strategy to drive business growth.

New Canaan resident named PwC leader

After working for PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P. for more than 20 years, New Canaan resident Paula Loop has been named the New York metro region assurance leader

NJ biotech to establish Branford site

Durata Therapeutics Inc. is leasing nearly 18,000 square feet of space in Branford for research, clinical and regulatory functions.

Cervalis to construct 168,000-sq-ft Norwalk data center

Cervalis, an IT infrastructure provider, is building a data and disaster recovery center in Norwalk.

Mohegan extends casino empire to Boardwalk

Mohegan Sun will take over operation of the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J.

Report: Harbor Point ‘extraordinary’

A New York University researcher counts Stamford’s Harbor Point project among the most extraordinary in the nation.

Conn. trails N.J., N.Y. in college attainment

Connecticut trails many Northeast neighbors in the percentage of younger residents with a college degree.

Ogletree Deakins now in Stamford

Law firm Ogletree Deakins opened a new office in Stamford.

Pitney Bowes recognized for employee health programs

As employers got a better handle on the future of health care in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable...

HealthBridge workers strike

Some 700 Connecticut HealthBridge workers walked off the job Tuesday.