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New leases signed at 1 Dock St. in Stamford

"The demand for train-centric office product remains strong, as evidenced by these new leases," said Newmark Knight Frank Senior Managing Director Tim Rorick. "Office space that offers a convenient location with a modern twist is hard to come by.”

Lamont, state hospitals getting closer to settling hospital tax lawsuit

“We have been in discussions with the state, with a mutual goal of resolving this matter so the legislature could take it up by the end of this month,” according to a statement by the Connecticut Hospital Association.

Don Morrissey to take reins of Aquarion Water following Chuck Firlotte’s...

A Newtown resident, Morrissey has been executive vice president and CFO of Aquarion since 2012.

Vineyard Wind partners with Seymour’s Marmon Utility to boost wind power...

If the companies' Park City Wind proposal is accepted by the state, it could create up to 350 jobs and almost $400 million in direct revenue in Connecticut over the next decade.

People’s United acquisition of United Financial expected to close Nov. 1

A special meeting of United Financial’s shareholders to vote upon the acquisition and related matters is scheduled to be held tomorrow.

UPDATED: Colin Cooper named state’s chief manufacturing officer

Meanwhile, Arthur House, the state’s chief cybersecurity risk officer, has left that position.

Outgoing First Selectman Peter Tesei: Greenwich is well-positioned as county beacon

Tesei said his chief advice to his successor, who will be chosen on Nov. 5, would be: “Most of all, be patient, be inclusive and be thankful.”

Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra finding few friends in government, banking industry

Invoke the prefix “crypto” to most people, and negative thoughts are likely to follow; after all, dictionary.com defines the term as a noun meaning...

Netflix / ‘Laundromat’ suit filed by Stamford lawyer moved to L.A.

The streaming company maintains that the lawsuit is a “virtually unheard-of prior restraint on speech,” and that its inclusion of real-life characters in the Panama Papers saga "does not depict them as direct participants in criminal activity.”

Stratford’s CDS Displays relocating to Orange

“CDS Displays has experienced tremendous growth over the last few years and the company needed a new location to satisfy its needs, which included both office and warehouse space,” said Colliers International's Tim Johnson.

Sonics & Materials, Ashcroft Inc. inducted into Manufacturing Hall of Fame

In addition to Newtown-based Sonics and Stratford's Ashcroft, inductees included Pratt & Whitney, Medtronic, and Microboard Processing Inc.

Stamford lawyer files defamation suit against Netflix movie ‘The Laundromat’

Filed in Connecticut federal court by Stamford attorney Stephan Seeger on behalf of his clients, Panamanian lawyers Jürgen Mossack and Ramón Fonseca, the suit maintains the pair are portrayed by Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas as "tax evading, money laundering, and otherwise criminal ‘culprits.'”

Stamford Innovation Week sees 163% jump in attendance

“Fueled by the momentum and excitement built this year, we are already busy reimagining our 2020 model,” said SiW founder Jonathan Winkel, adding that “some big announcements” will be coming soon.

Avison Young named leasing agency for new owners of New Canaan...

The site is the former home of Unimin Corp., which operates mining and mineral processing facilities across North America. The company put the building up for sale in 2016 as it merged with an Ohio-based company, Fairmount Santrol.

More details emerge about New Rochelle’s Westchester Place development

A separate project involves the construction of the city's tallest structure, a 48-story residential tower at 11 Lawton St. that will feature 143 condominium units and 453 rental apartments, 60 of which will be designated as affordable.