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    May 26, 2018

    The lunchtime concerts are a collaboration between insurance group The Hartford and The HSO. It's part of a larger effort with other local non-profits to connect with people living and working in Hartford's Asylum Hill Neighborhood.

    May 1, 2018

    St. Louis Cardinals Right Fielder, Dexter Fowler, joined The Hartford and St. Louis Fire Department for a fire safety day at Patrick Elementary School in St. Louis, Mo. Children from kindergarten to third grade spilled came out sporting red-and-white hard hats. By the end of the morning, 200 students were deputized as junior fire marshals, part of a joint effort between the Cardinals, The Hartford and the city of St. Louis to promote the importance of fire prevention.

  • Hartford Courant
    April 27, 2018

    Employees from the Hartford joined Knox, Inc., and the city of Hartford to plant trees along Irving Street Friday. Irving Street was selected for the Arbor Day planting location based on community need and support by neighborhood homeowners for trees and shrubs in their yards. Volunteers, including more than 60 employees from the Hartford, planted 37 trees.

  • A.M. Best
    April 18, 2018

    Alfred Bergbauer, head of multinational underwriting, Hartford Financial, said businesses may learn too late that their insurance policies don't carry weight in other jurisdictions. 

  • A.M. Best
    April 17, 2018

    Morris Tooker, head of middle market, Hartford Financial, said expanding data capabilities allow analysts to identify factors that could signal developing opioid- related problems and reduce long-term costs. 

  • Business Insurance
    April 10, 2018

    The Hartford has introduced CyberChoice First Response, a policy designed to help protect businesses against cyber attacks. Policyholders also have access to a panel of preapproved service providers to guide them in securing their networks, the statement said. n addition, the Hartford CyberCenter, a digital cyber risk management portal, provides customers with tools, training materials and best practices suggestions to further help mitigate the risk of a cyber incident.

  • Hartford Business Journal
    March 19, 2018

    Employers looking for new workers might very well find them coming out of a local Boys & Girls Club in Hartford, or any of the other 4,367 clubs in the U.S. Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) has long emphasized preparing teens for life after high school as one of its pillars, but the organization is sharpening its focus on college and career readiness, thanks in part to a $3 million grant from The Hartford last year to develop college and career centers across the country.

  • Insurance Journal
    February 19, 2018

    The Hartford is acquiring the renewal rights on $200 million in small commercial lines premium sold through about 5,000 independent agents and brokers. The business consists of the three primary lines of business underwritten by Foremost Insurance Group: business owner’s policy for property, general liability and umbrella; commercial auto; and workers’ compensation.

  • The Middletown Press
    January 23, 2018

    Eighty employees of The Hartford worked up a sweat at 9Round Middletown last weekend as part of the insurer’s HartMobs program, which are designed to show appreciation for small business customers and support the local economy.

  • ABC News
    December 12, 2017

    A 10-year-old double amputee who lost everything in the California wildfires learned how to snowboard from a Paralympic medalist who is also an amputee. Lilly Biagini, of Santa Rosa, California, spent last week hitting the slopes in Breckenridge, Colorado, with Keith Gabel, a U.S. P
    aralympian bronze medalist in snowboarding.