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GE posts mixed results for first quarter

The company reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on April 22, but profit in its industrials business declined.

United Healthcare’s exit from Conn. insurance exchange could lead to Obamacare...

While the move may not adversely affect many residents, it could be the first step to a major rethink of the Affordable Care Act.

Buyer of Stamford GE property overbilled clients, Mass. says

State Street Corp. violated Massachusetts law by overcharging customers up to $200 million, according to Mass. Secretary of State William Galvin.

GE officially exits the banking business

The company has completed the sale of GE Capital Bank’s U.S. deposits to Goldman Sachs.

Greenwich Chamber of Commerce sets business showcase for April 28

More than 70 exhibitors and food vendors will present at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center event.

Nonprofit veterans group Homes for the Brave names new CEO

Vincent Santilli, a former banking executive, will lead the organization, which provides safe housing, vocational training, and life skills coaching to homeless people, most of whom are veterans.

Pyramid Healthcare adds second N.C.-based health care facility

The deal is Old Greenwich-based Pyramid’s fifth add-on acquisition under Clearview Capital Fund II’s ownership.

Westchester medical group continues Conn. expansion with Stamford pickup

Orthopaedic Associates of Stamford is joining Westchester County-based Westmed Medical Group as part of the latter’s ongoing expansion into Connecticut.

Troy Insurance acquired by longtime employee

New owner Allison Gagliardi has been with Troy since 1984; the company is also introducing an updated logo and website.

MannKind regains marketing rights to inhaled insulin

The drug went on sale in early 2015, but original and current marketer Sanofi had difficulty in marketing it effectively.

Low prices, big gamble: Irish clothier Primark coming to Danbury

The discount retailer faced a labor dispute in Boston.

Bank of America turns down offer to relocate to Conn.

Conn. lawmakers are hoping to lure North Carolina businesses after that state's passage of a controversial law.

Greenwich industrial building being repurposed for offices

Renovations at 330 Railroad Avenue are expected to be completed by January 2017.

Boehringer, Propeller ally to bring digital health tool to COPD, asthma...

The 12-month monitoring program is scheduled to include 2,500 Respimat inhaler patients.

E-invoicing firm Basware acquires cloud-based service provider

Stamford-based e-invoicing and purchase-to-pay solutions provider Basware has acquired Verian, a cloud-based service provider in the fast-growing purchase-to-pay market, for roughly $36 million, according...