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Odyssey Logistics completes $465M acquisition of AFF Global Logistics

Danbury-based Odyssey has established a multimodal global solutions division to integrate Odyssey and AFF business units that offer complementary modes and services across common global markets.

State senate GOP counsel Michael Cronin fired over financial misdeeds

Michael Cronin has admitted to having misappropriated what was termed “tens of thousands of dollars" from a Senate Republican caucus political action committee.

Stratford’s MED NOW urgent care joins PhysicianOne network

All 17 PhysicianOne locations throughout Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts are open 365 days per year.

Job listings site Indeed to bring another 500 jobs to Stamford

The job site plans to invest $66 million toward its expansion and is exploring real estate options to accommodate the growth.

Bridgeport seeks demolition of Greene Homes complex

The city cited “challenging living conditions” that include recurring violence and damaged elevators that it said prevent many residents, especially those who are disabled, from leaving their homes.

Stone Point Capital completes $340M acquisition of Rialto Investment

Greenwich’s Stone Point Capital has completed the $340 million acquisition of Rialto Investment and Asset Management from Lennar Corp.

New Silver Hill Hospital president finds facility in strong shape

“I’m talking with everyone, first and foremost our staff and our board of trustees, to get a sense of our needs and where we can go about creating a long-term plan to develop new partnerships,” says Dr. Andrew Gerber.

Trumbull bringing the fun with quintet of entertainment-related businesses

Homegrown diversions Kidz Klub, D-BAT Academy and Technique Tigers Baseball Academy will soon exist alongside Trumbull franchises of national entertainment firms SeaQuest and Escapology.

Hexcel acquiring Mass. tech firm ARC for $160 million

Stamford-based Hexcel said the acquisition strengthens its existing advanced materials portfolio in structural composites and thermoplastics and provides new opportunities for growth and market penetration.

67,000-square-foot self-storage facility approved in Stamford

The three-story facility will include 470 self-storage units.

Gridiron Capital sells QSI to Cushman & Wakefield

Wichita-based Quality Solutions Inc. offers facilities maintenance and managed services in over 75 trades to 110,000-plus locations.

Access Health CT adds enrollment fair in Stamford

The Stamford event will take place at the UConn Stamford Auditorium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Dec. 15 – the last day of the open enrollment period for health insurance coverage in 2019.

Fiscal Stability Commission delivers ‘Report 2.0’ to fix CT economy

Among the new recommendations: lowering the state’s deficit by at least $1 billion and installing electronic tolls on major highways.

Stamford investor urges Saks owner to sell off stores

Jonathan Litt, founder and CIO of Stamford’s Land & Buildings Investment Management, is demanding the sale of the Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor brands by the Hudson’s Bay Co., the company that owns them.

People’s United picking up Mass. bank in $327 million deal

Belmont Savings Bank has $3 billion in assets and maintains six branches in the greater Boston area.