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Westport’s Intensity Therapeutics optimistic about potential cancer treatment

The targeted treatment is designed to work on breast, colon, pancreatic, liver, lung and other cancers that do not respond to conventional treatments.

Mary Kay Fenton elected board chair of CBIA

Fenton is executive vice president and chief financial officer of Achillion Pharmaceuticals in New Haven.

Hexcel acquiring aerospace and defense business of Oxford Performance Materials

The asset acquisition includes equipment, intellectual property and manufacturing process technology.

Gov. Malloy sounds alarm on dwindling Special Transportation Fund

Numerous transportation projects in towns and cities across Connecticut would be at risk of cancellation or deferral if the state does not take corrective action, the governor said.

Newtown First Selectman Dan Rosenthal says business outreach must improve

Forming a business council and revisiting the commercial prospects of the Fairfield Hills campus are among the newly elected Dan Rosenthal's priorities.

Stamford’s Vineyard Vines gets into the golf cart business

Prices are in the $12,000-13,000 range.

Stamford’s Crane Co. buys currency manufacturer for $800M

Boston's Crane Currency designs and manufactures secure and highly-engineered banknotes for more than 50 central banks in the world.

Rollease Acmeda, Office Evolution move into 750 E. Main in Stamford

The building at 750 E. Main St. is across the street from the BLT Financial Centre at 200 Elm St.

Eversource completes $1.7B acquisition of Aquarion Water

The deal makes Eversource the only U.S.-based electric utility to also own a water utility.

FTC mounts legal challenge to Tronox’s $1.7 billion acquisition

Among other things, the FTC’s administrative complaint charges that the deal would violate antitrust laws.

General Electric cutting 80 jobs in Norwalk

GE is looking to cut 25 percent of its corporate and research center jobs as part of a plan to trim at least $3 billion in expenses over two years.

Tronox clears federal hurdle in $1.7 billion Saudi acquisition

Tronox intends to complete the transaction following the satisfaction of all remaining conditions, including antitrust clearance by the European Commission and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Stamford businessman charged in $2M securities fraud scheme

Thomas Connerton was the founder, president, and CEO of Safety Technologies LLC, a company whose principal place of business at various times was in Stamford, Westport, Simsbury and Madison.

CSCU Regents to consider consolidation plan on Wednesday

If approved, the consolidation would begin in July 2019 and would result in the cutting of about 190 administrative positions – including each institution’s president – by 2021.

OrthoConnecticut holding ribbon-cutting event in Danbury

The 40,000-square-foot facility at 2 Riverview Drive in the Berkshire Corporate Park, which opened earlier this year, consolidated the practice’s three Danbury office locations.