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Bill Fallon

Bill Fallon is editor of the Fairfield County Business Journal. He has worked at Westfair Communications for more than five years, previously editing an upstate New York daily and a national motorcycle magazine in Nevada. He attended Iona Prep in New Rochelle, N.Y., and the University of Virginia.

Study links southwest Connecticut with a successful casino

Data suggest southwest Connecticut, not north central, should be home to new gaming.

People’s United Community Foundation dishes $147K in grants

People's United Bank charitable effort for the year closes in on $1 million.

ACG investment expo expects 250 to attend

Stamford ACG event for first time will feature exhibit tables.

Raises out for Connecticut state managers

Malloy administration cites shortfall, perhaps of $900M, as reason for canceling scheduled raises for nonunion managers working for the state.

Bridgeport will use waste energy for heat

Two power plants are in line to provide hot water; infrastructure will be required to UB and the city.

Fairfield ups economic development effort

A new office and an adviser to go with it will help small-business owners and entrepreneurs.

Business and the economy intersect at Shelton event

'Connecticut is 1.4 percent of the business that I ship, which tells me growth is slow'

Humanities fight ‘financial neglect’

An appeal to fund what is valuable, though often not quantifiable.

Pickwick Plaza extends its welcome mat

New retail and new entries for a three-acre, 280,000-square-foot property on Greenwich Avenue.

In Glenbrook, two restaurants in one building

Lodge-like Tavern 489 sets up shop beside Tawa Indian Cuisine

Raveis data find home sales down, prices up

A mixed offering finds Norwalk on the upswing.

Foreclosures and delinquencies down

Data find improving finances are backing regional homes.

AmeriCares responds to two crises far apart

Stamford nonprofit is active this week in Syria and on Fiji.

City puts its faith in clean energy

Bridegeport and FREEDOM seek to up solar use with the help of bank and installer.

Self-driving cars could crash personal auto insurance sector

A KPMG executive used the term “significant turmoil” to describe the future, with “business models flipped upside down.”