A federal lawsuit against The Phoenix Cos. claims that people who bought Phoenix securities between mid-2009 and late 2012 suffered losses because the company’s financial reports were based on false or misleading information — financial reports the company still has not restated.
A Colorado health-care technology company accuses Aetna and two of its subsidiaries of patent infringement for using computer systems that reduce costs and streamline the claims process.
HealthTrio LLC of Denver, Colo., received 10 patents between 2008 and last week that protect methods and computer-based systems which improve the quality of care, decrease costs and streamline the administrative process of medical claims, the company said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.
One of Connecticut’s largest private employers continues to be a lightning rod in a high-profile U.S. Senate race that many in the nation are watching — the one in Massachusetts.
Television advertisements for both candidates, incumbent Republican Scott Brown and Democrat contender Elizabeth Warren, have focused on Warren’s work a few years ago for The Travelers Cos., which employs about 7,000 in Connecticut.
Brown has attacked Warren for months, saying she was paid by Travelers to limit how much the insurance company paid to victims of asbestos-related health problems such as mesothelioma.
The most recent development in the campaign were two new television advertisements by Warren’s campaign saying that Brown should be ashamed for distorting the truth, and that Warren was working to help victims get money after a decades-long legal battle.