Latest Waterbury Republican-American Stories

2008-07-18 18:00:33

By Marc Silvestrini, Waterbury Republican-American, Conn. Jul. 17--A federal court has appointed a consultant to distribute the assets of an abandoned 401(k) plan established by a defunct Waterbury construction company, the U.S. Department of Labor said Wednesday. U.S.

2008-05-07 15:01:03

By Marc Silvestrini, Waterbury Republican-American, Conn. May 6--WATERBURY, Conn. -- The board of directors of Saint Mary's Hospital has appointed a man with nearly 30 years of senior-level hospital administration experience as its interim president and chief executive officer.

2007-03-28 18:00:11

By David Krechevsky, Waterbury Republican-American, Conn. Mar. 27--A Cheshire, Conn., pharmaceutical company has set the price for a new drug to treat a rare blood disorder at more than $389,000 a year. Despite the hefty price for the new drug, trade-named Soliris, Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc.

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