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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...

Westport offering free seminar to promote Connecticut tourism

The event is being held April 7 at 9 a.m. at the Westport Town Hall.

Conn. Advocacy Group: Use $7.2 billion in tax expenditures for deficit

The group recommends public hearings on how to best use the money.

Stamford nonprofits reap $100 million from publisher’s trust

Half of the $100 million trust will benefit Stamford Hospital.

E-invoicing firm Basware acquires cloud-based solution provider

Basware paid approximately $36 million for Verian.

Anbang abruptly quits Starwood talks, clearing way for Marriott takeover

Starwood shareholders vote on the Marriott offer on April 8.

Ex- Labor secretary to Sacred Heart students: “Just get on with...

Chao spoke as part of former WWE executive Linda McMahon's recurring "Women Can Have It All" series.

GE Capital formally asks to shed its ‘too big to fail’...

GE Capital received the SIFI label in 2013, but according to Chairman and CEO Keith Sherin, the label no longer applies.

Stamford bulk cargo shipper lands recapitalization funds

The recapitalization comes less than two years after Eagle Bulk completed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.

Danbury business owner lauded by U.S. Small Business Administration

Dawn Reshen-Doty, president of Danbury-based Benay Enterprises, is the group's “Connecticut Minority-Owned Small Business” for 2016.

Clearview Capital acquires majority interest in synthetic turf firm

Clearview cited Controlled Products' growth potential in field and non-field turf applications.

Fairfield League of Women Voters hosting public info meeting on GE

The meeting will take place on April 2 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the town’s Board of Education offices.

Kleban, Fairfield University unveil ambitious plans for GE property

Plan promises more tax revenue and employment for town — but only if GE agrees to sell.

Day Pitney re-elects executive committee, elects new executive board

Partners at the law firm conducted elections for its three-member executive committee and the four other partners who, with the executive committee, serve on the executive board.

Cultural Alliance names arts award winners

Recipients will be honored at a May 19 breakfast at the Shore and Country Club in Norwalk.