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Stamford joins the race to lure Amazon’s second HQ

"We are putting together a competitive application that will be appealing to Amazon," Stamford Mayor David Martin said.

Conn. legislature passes budget; Malloy expected to veto

Malloy's veto is expected to occur sometime today.

Connecticut lost 3,900 jobs in August

Job gains over the year stand at 6,000, according to federal labor statisticians .

CT House budget talks collapse; Senate to convene at noon

Passage of a state budget, now some 10 weeks overdue, would avoid the spending cuts that would take effect on Oct. 1.

Vantage Sports Network building momentum and students’ careers

One Sacred Heart graduate who worked at the network has landed an on-air gig in Minnesota.

A mixed-use ‘ecosystem’ takes shape on Norwalk’s Glover Avenue

“We’re looking to create a multiuse ecosystem that’s comparable to (Stamford’s) Harbor Point, a 24-hour live-work-play dynamic,” says Ted Ferrarone, chief operating officer at Building and Land Technology.

Access Health CT extending open enrollment period

“It’s important to remember that there is still a tax penalty for not having coverage," said AHCT CEO Jim Wadleigh.

CBIA endorses GOP budget proposal ahead of today’s expected vote on...

"Now is the time for working together,” says Connecticut Business & Industry Association President and CEO Joe Brennan.

Stamford Hospital addresses doctor shortage with its residency program

The Association of American Medical Colleges predicts a shortage of as many as 104,900 physicians by 2030.

Anthem, ConnectiCare staying on health exchange

The news comes just one day after Connecticut Insurance Department Commissioner Katharine L. Wade rejected the insurers' proposed revised premium rate increases.

Norwalk’s Cross Street Medical Center sells for $23 million

Tenants at the 71,401-square-foot building at 40 Cross St. include Norwalk Surgery Center/Norwalk Hospital, St. Vincent’s MultiSpecialty Group, and Westmed.

3 Stamford office buildings sell for nearly $7.6 million

The sale involves a total of 52,000 square feet at 992 and 100 High Ridge Road and 1 Bank St.

CT Senate, House GOP issue revised ‘no new taxes’ budget proposal

The revised budget also rejects Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposal to shift teacher pension costs onto towns and cities, which would likely result in increased property taxes.

AHCT opening enrollment centers in Bridgeport, Danbury, Stamford

Exact sites have not been finalized, but Access Health for now is looking at spaces in community health centers, public libraries, and the like.

Developer pleads guilty to fraud scheme that cost investors $69.6M

Various financial institutions and other entities provided millions of dollars in financing to purchase, renovate or construct John DiMenna’s commercial real estate projects.