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Crystal Kang

Crystal Kang, a Chicago native, is former a reporter for the Fairfield and Westchester business journals. She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and her work has appeared in news outlets including CNBC.com, Allstate Corporation’s investor relations website, and an NPR-based radio station in Urbana, Ill.

New businesses contribute to Stratford revival

The town's manufacturing-heavy past makes way for a diverse future.

Architect Robert Berger refines the upscale home

Size, Robert Berger says, is not the biggest factor in creating luxury; rather, it’s about creating a sensory experience.

Stratford stakes its claim to a new future

New state and federal grants put Stratford back on the radar for businesses and developers.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts CEO resigns

Frits van Paasschen steps down as president and CEO of Stamford-based Starwood Hotels & Resorts.

Pitney Bowes appoints chief operating officer

Chief Financial Officer Michael Monahan takes on an additional role as chief operating officer.

Nitkin employs deft touch managing 13 properties

Greenwich-based HB Nitkin Group, which maintains 13 properties in its portfolio, has an overall 92 percent occupancy rate.

XPO Logistics acquires UX for $59M

The Greenwich-based transportation logistics company buys last-mile service provider UX Specialized Logistics.

Stratford receives $200K for transit-oriented development

Plans include developing routes and lanes for bicyclists, improvements for pedestrians and measures to calm car traffic near the train station.

Novus moves headquarters to Trumbull

The distributor of telecommunications equipment moves its executive offices from Fairfield to Trumbull.

Four lease space at The Offices at Greens Farms

Four new tenants sign leases at the Silverman Group-owned complex in Westport.

Fairfield reuses what it has to attract businesses

Lacking large tracts of land zoned for commercial use, the town has welcomed adaptive reuse of its properties.

Ski & Sport connects customers with ‘next level of skiing’

The Alberino family has been outfitting skiers in Fairfield County since 1976.

Health insurer Anthem targeted in cyberattack

Attackers gained unauthorized access to information such as names, birthdays, medical IDs and social security numbers.

Ratio Consulting opens Stamford office

The firm says it has expanded its business with midsize clients.

Deadline extended for property tax payments in Connecticut

The deadline for Connecticut residents who pay property taxes on a semi-annual or quarterly basis has been pushed back.