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W.R. Berkley creates business focuses on surplus lines casualty coverage

Curtis E. Fletcher has been named president and CEO of the new business.

W.R. Berkley unveils new corporate website

The new Berkley.com website's design is based on extensive customer research.

W.R. Berkley debuts unit for construction liability insurance

Andrew Robinson named president of new unit.

W.R. Berkley Corp. forms small-business solutions unit

The unit's initial product offering will focus on preferred risks in the non-fleet transportation market.

13 Fairfield and Westchester companies make the Fortune 500

Walmart took the top spot for the ninth consecutive year.

Berkley Insurance leases 63K square feet at Stamford’s Metro Center

Empire State Realty Trust Inc., (ESRT) owner of the Metro Center in Stamford, announced this morning that Berkley Insurance Co. has leased 63,173 square...

Greenwich’s W. R. Berkley Corp. replacing Viacom on S&P 500

The move "reflects the tireless efforts of the many people who have contributed to our growth and success for more than 50 years,” said President and CEO W. Robert Berkley.

Nine Fairfield, four Westchester firms make Fortune 500

IBM led the way in Westchester, while Charter Communications was the top-ranked firm in Fairfield County.

W.R. Berkley debuts Berkley Healthcare

Gregg A. Piltch, formerly president of West Zone – AIG, has been appointed president of the newly launched Berkley Healthcare.

Charter Communications tops Fairfield County companies on Fortune 500

The Stamford company experienced the second-most growth in revenue among Fortune 500 telecommunications companies.

Latest Fortune 500 list features 12 Fairfield County corporations

The highest ranked Connecticut company was Aetna, which took the No. 43 spot with $63 billion in revenue.

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.

Thomson Reuters is first Conn. ‘captive’

Four years after Connecticut created a new law authorizing “captive” insurance companies here, Thomson Reuters became the first to establish one here

W.R. Berkley sues blogger

W.R. Berkley sued a blogger who has spent the past year writing incendiary posts.

Business news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Native computer pioneer dies Perhaps Fairfield County’s greatest export to the computer age died on Feb. 6, after Digital Equipment Corp. founder Kenneth H. Olsen...