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OTB at Bobby V’s in Stamford; Is Danbury next?

While Stamford's citizens and clergy have accepted off-track betting, a legal challenge stands in the way of a similar operation in Danbury.

WWE, Mattel launching female wrestler-inspired doll line

This is the first time female WWE Superstars will have a fashion doll and role-playing line.

Surprise! Connecticut may have ended fiscal year in the black

If the surplus is ultimately confirmed, Connecticut would avoid tapping into its budget reserve for the first time in three years.

United Rentals posts strong second quarter

Stamford-based United Rentals is North America’s largest equipment rental company with a market share of about 11 percent.

Movies on the marquee, risotto on the menu at Bow Tie...

The Ridgefield-based chain is joining the trend of offering large reclining seats and full food and adult beverage menus to the moviegoing experience.

People’s United Bank acquiring Philadelphia finance company

Leaf Commercial Capital is one of the largest, independent commercial equipment finance companies in the U.S.

Connecticut added 7,000 jobs in June; but jobless rate inches upward

Connecticut’s private sector has recovered 102 percent of jobs lost during the recession – the first net expansion of private sector jobs in 88 months.

Revolution Lighting touts military contract wins, Russell Index listing

Recent contract wins include projects with the U.S. Army, Air Force and the Department of Defense and Marine Corps facilities.

Stamford CFO Michael Handler joins crowded race for governor

Michael Handler is both Stamford's director of administration and volunteer director of New Canaan's Office of Emergency Management.

Connecticut Fair Housing Center settles Danbury housing discrimination case for $50K

The property owner and a real estate agent were accused of not allowing a tenant to pay some of her rent with a federal Housing Choice Voucher.

Heineken taps U.S. Beverage for importing partnership

The beer giant's deal with Stamford-based U.S. Beverage may include brands from Europe, Latin America, South America, and Southeast Asia.

CSCU President Ojakian: Trump budget would have ‘devastating impact on our...

Planned Trump cuts could add up to an annual loss of $6 million annually for students in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system.

Connecticut state union workers overwhelmingly approve concessions agreement

“The agreement delivers over $20 billion in savings to taxpayers over the long term," according to Gov. Dannel Malloy.

RBS laying off another 23 in Stamford

With the latest job cuts, the Royal Bank of Scotland has laid off some 630 Stamford employees over the past two years.

Apparel retailer Free People closing Greenwich store

The closing comes in the wake of the March opening of its store in Westport.