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Hilfiger and his second wife, Dee Ocleppo, bought their six-bedroom home in 2010 for $31 million.
City officials say Stamford is only a few hundred residents away from becoming the second-largest city in the state.
“His brand is so tied to him as a person that the association is almost impossible to unlink,” says Sacred Heart University Professor David Taylor.
The order retroactively and temporarily increased weekly unemployment benefits to $100 for many Connecticut residents, enabling them to qualify for the federal Lost Wages Assistance Program.
In its third year of operation, the company has outgrown the 12,000 barrel capacity of its brewery headquartered in Connecticut and expanded its capacity by adding 125,000 barrels in its new San Diego facility.
The bill seeks to “construct, maintain and operate electronic tolling systems on Interstate Route 84, Interstate Route 91, Interstate Route 95 and portions of Connecticut Route 15.”
On average, an Uber Green ride will cut carbon emissions by 44% compared to the same trip in a gas-powered car, according to the New York-based firm.
Meanwhile, security is being beefed up around Albany and Hartford in the wake of FBI warnings that more potentially violent protests are in the making in all 50 states.
Malcolm Wilson, currently chief executive officer of XPO Logistics Europe, will become CEO of the spinoff’s global business.
Luxury sales ($3 million and higher) in Greenwich more than doubled in 2020, and every price bracket achieved consistent growth in sales.
Though headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida, many of the company’s founders and employees are from Connecticut and New York.
An employer may exclude those with Covid-19, or symptoms associated with the virus, from the workplace because “their presence would pose a direct threat to the health or safety of others,” according to the latest guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
First County Bank, which typically approves about $140 million in loans per year, processed 1,144 loans for about $125 million during the first round of the Paycheck Protection Program.
“We’re a lot further along in being proactive versus reactive -- and it’s beginning to pay dividends," says Peter Denious, president and CEO of AdvanceCT, the state government’s economic development entity.