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Danielle Brody

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Danielle is the events manager for Westfair Communications. Previously, she was a reporter for the Fairfield and Westchester County Business Journals. She has written for the Journal News, the Scarsdale Inquirer and the Newark Post. Danielle is a graduate of the University of Delaware.

Greenwich 9/11 memorial opens tomorrow

The September 11 Memorial/Greenwich in Cos Cob Park will open to the public tomorrow with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9 a.m., celebrating its completion...

Hampton Inn coming to Steelpointe

Hilton will build a 120-room Hampton Inn in Bridgeport's Steelpointe Harbor.

Report: Connecticut home sales on the rise

Connecticut recorded the most single-family home sales last month since August 2007, according to a new report from Boston-based The Warren Group, publisher of...

Budderfly sponsors smart city event

Shelton-based Budderfly, an on-demand energy management system, is sponsoring an energy leadership smart city event in Washington, D.C. this month.

Patriot banks on growth

Ken Neilson joined Patriot’s board in 2010 when the bank took about $50 million in recapitalization after net losses of $7.1 million in 2008 and $23.9 million in 2009. He became Patriot’s president and CEO three years later.

Tech Air acquires Texas gas company

Tech Air, a Danbury-based distributor of gases and related welding supplies, announced Tuesday it has completed the acquisition of Dallas, Texas-based Gas & Alloy Supply Co., also known as GASCO.

Norwalk to announce economic development plan

Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling was expected to release Norwalk’s economic development action plan Sept. 2.

Small business survey gives New York, Connecticut poor grades

Connecticut and New York proved rather inhospitable to small business in a recent survey.

Norwalk office building sells for $1.4 million

A local businesswoman bought a Norwalk office building for $1.4 million after recent buyers flipped the property.

Cartus survey: Transferring employees a growing burden

Global companies cite rising housing costs and increasing requests as growing concerns when transferring employees, according to a survey from Danbury-based Cartus Corp.

Hotel upgrades: J House and others opt for amenities

J House hotel in Greenwich has added a cafe and spa to attract more visitors and residents.

State tourism campaign drums on

Connecticut’s “Still Revolutionary” has raised awareness of the state and has promoted smaller attractions on a larger scale.

Urstadt Biddle sells Meriden’s Townline Shopping Center

Greenwich-based Urstadt Biddle sells a Meriden shopping center as part of its efforts to focus on the New York metro area.

Acadia offers brewery insurance

Arcadia Insurance, a member of Stamford-based W.R. Berkley Corp., is launching a new insurance program targeted to small and midsize brewery operations.

Citrin Cooperman expands to D.C. metro area

Citrin Cooperman announces a Maryland accounting firm is joining the company, expanding Citrin's reach and revenue potential.