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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.

Boehringer asthma med breaks new ground

A once-a-day inhaled dose for long-term help.

Starwood expansion includes Rockland hotel

The Stamford company will grow by 10 hotels around New York City.

Stamford office promotes dogs at work

Printing company Impression Point Inc. helps to support the national Take Your Dog to Work Day.

SIC’s Schwimmer to head new investment fund

  Texas-based Petros Partners and private equity investor Barry Schwimmer have joined forces to create and manage Petros Connecticut Fund I, an investment fund focused...

Global M&A firm hangs a Stamford shingle

Halland & Knight is based in Miami, but works internationally via 25 offices.

Ethan Allen dedicates site to military personnel

The Danbury company is a vendor on a members-only website dedicated to ensuring active and retired military personnel and their families have access to U.S. goods and services, wherever they serve or live.

AmeriCares, Nestlé Waters rally for Flint

Michigan water crisis spawns a two-truck convoy of help.

Forum finds optimism amid discontent with Hartford

Barnum Financial hosts event in New Haven.

Kindness on wheels at Greenwich Hospital

A program targeting creature comforts proves popular and will expand.

Berchem sustains 50 years practicing law

A call to celebrate and 170-plus respond.

SHU nurses train globally, award follows

From Fairfield, with healing, to Africa and Australia.

Entrepreneurs to tell how they did it at UConn

UConn Stamford campus hosts panel for day-long meeting.

New health clinic in Greenwich

A push to provide better care for public housing and Section 8 residents.

Webster plumbs needs and comes out lending

Expedited loans constitute a new tool to get money to businesses.

Bluefish lineup features new food company

The five-year agreement with G-2 Sport Catering, which will operate all concessions at The Ballpark at Harbor Yard beginning this year, is meant to bring more diverse food options to ballgames.