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Soros, Dalio richest men in Westchester and Fairfield Counties: Forbes

Eleven Westchester and Fairfield County billionaires made the cut tone on Forbes’ list of the 400 wealthiest people in the United States.

Royal Bank of Scotland laying off another 43 in Stamford

With the move, RBS will have laid off some 675 employees over the past two years.

CSCU looking to consolidate 12 community colleges into one system

The changes would most likely take place by July 1, 2019.

Connecticut’s total health insurance enrollment down in 2016

Anthem had Connecticut’s largest market share both in HMO enrollments and Indemnity enrollments by company.

The Davis Cos. finalizes new leases at Norwalk office building

Tenants include the Fairfield County Community Foundation, Potoo and L’Amy Inc.,

Insurlynx relocates HQ from Shelton to Trumbull

A grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held Oct. 19 at 10 a.m.

Gov. Malloy releases ‘lean, no-frills’ budget proposal

The latest proposal eliminates numerous tax increases, cuts additional spending and focuses on structural changes and language that the governor said is necessary to implement the biennial budget.

Norwalk Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering form cancer care partnership

Three MSK experts have joined the Norwalk Hospital staff and will lead its medical oncology, radiation therapy and medical physics cancer services departments.

BOMA hosting discussion of driverless cars, other transportation issues

On the agenda: the economical, environmental, social and land-use aspects of sustainable transportation, including driverless cars, Uber and Lyft.

Greenwich-Stamford partnership acquiring N.H. power plants for $175M

Closing is expected by late December or early 2018.

Conn. joins lawsuit over Trump’s Obamacare exec order

"It is infuriating that these assaults will not stop,” said Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Building a better transportation system in Norwalk

Renovations to the Merritt 7 station, replacement of the 120-year-old Walk Bridge – and possibly building a new station in the Wall Street district – are all part of the plan.

Shelton’s SSI building on 40 years as leading market research firm

Survey Sampling International has more than doubled its annual revenue over the past five years to more than $300 million.

Amid Obamacare uncertainty, AHCT soldiers on

“We are here to remind everyone that the Affordable Care Act is still the law and that Access Health CT is still the only place where they can get financial help,” AHCT CEO Jim Wadleigh said.

Tangoe Inc. moving Orange, Sandy Hook operations to Shelton

Tangoe’s new space was previously home to children’s clothing brand Carter’s, which moved its Connecticut operations to Atlanta.