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GE cutting nearly 100 jobs in Fairfield

Many of the nearly 800 GE employees in Fairfield will move to Norwalk, with around 200 moving along with the company's headquarters to Boston.

Program to improve energy performance in multifamily buildings announced

Users of programs like Benchmark CT typically save nearly 4 percent on energy in the first year, the platform's software provider says.

What are the hot jobs in Connecticut?

Job growth is expected throughout the health services sector, while the accounting and secretarial categories look to shed positions.

Tesla bill stuck in neutral – for now

The so-called “Tesla bill" would allow the sale of electric vehicles directly to consumers without having to go through franchise dealerships.

Health insurance exchange refocuses efforts on outreach, education

AHCT is now focused on educating consumers on how to derive maximum benefits from their selected insurance plans.

Danbury’s nearly full Lee Farm office space up for sale

The Class A, approximately 215,000-square-foot office building has just 9,700 square feet remains available.

Fairfield County leads Connecticut in new housing permits

The county's 2,598 approved permits were more than twice that of runner-up New Haven County.

Subway revenue down 4.3 percent; net income takes a dive

The chain's revenue dropped 4.3 percent to $1.11 billion last year, with net income down 87 percent to $1.15 million.

IMS Health, Quintiles merge in $9 billion deal

The resultant entity, Quintiles IMS Holdings, expects to maintain dual headquarters in Danbury and North Carolina.

Wilton’s Toluna increases staff by 20 percent

The hires are in its R&D, engineering, programming, and client service departments.

Antares Capital agents investment in West Star Aviation

The $80 million senior secured credit facility is to support the acquisition of West Star Aviation by Norwest Equity Partners.

Mixed picture seen for Fairfield County’s office market this year

Though GE's exit from Fairfield is expected to have adverse effects on the market, residual pent-up demand from 2015 should help raise leasing activity levels this year.

Primark sets opening date for Danbury outlet

The company is hiring now for its Danbury Fair Mall location, which will open on June 10.

Sports Authority ceasing operations, closing stores in Norwalk and Elmsford

Facing $1.1 billion in debt, the chain will close all 463 stores and liquidate its assets in May 16 auction.

Patriot National Bancorp sees 126 percent earnings increase

Loans decreased $14 million from the first quarter of 2015, but the company said deposits have increased by over $10 million since the end of March