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Phil Hall is a former United Nations-based reporter for Fairchild Broadcast News, the author of eight books (including the upcoming "The Weirdest Movie Ever Made"), the host of the SoundCloud podcast "The Online Movie Show" and a writer with credits in The New York Times, New York Daily News, Hartford Courant, Wired, The Hill's Congress Blog and Profit Confidential.

Norwalk doctor pleads guilty to health care fraud and money laundering

Ramil Mansourov, who racked up nearly $5 million in fraudulent billing to Medicare, was apprehended after he fled to Canada.

Stamford man found guilty in surgical glove investment fraud scheme

Thomas J. Connerton began enticing investors in 2009 to finance his operation, including women he met through an online dating site.

Starwood Energy Group sells interest in Hudson River transmission line

The 7.1-mile electric transmission project connects a New Jersey converter station to a substation in Manhattan.

Brian Nurse named WWE general counsel

Prior to joining WWE, Nurse served legal roles at Nestlé Waters North America and PepsiCo.

Stamford’s Element One multifamily property sells for $78M

"The property is currently 99 percent leased, and we expect that the new ownership will build on this solid base of high occupancy and quality management," said CBRE's Jeffrey Dunne.

Norwalk-based TaxCloud debuts first national advertising campaign

CEO David Campbell said the company launched the campaign because many online sellers "don’t know about our free service."

CT and NY legislators seek to block sale of Plum Island

The congressional lawmakers argued the 840-acre island is a critical habitat for over 200 bird species and "the most important haul-out site for grey and harbor seals in southern New England."

Walker Innovation sets dissolution date

As of June 30, the Stamford-based company had approximately $22.8 million in cash and cash equivalents and 39.5 million shares outstanding on a fully diluted basis.

Ridgefield-based SnoHub in partnership with SnowEx equipment brand

SnoHub is also seeking to partner with 100,000 new independent snow removal contractors across North America for the 2018-19 winter season.

Matthew Corey offers a working-class alternative to Sen. Chris Murphy

Corey, the owner of a window washing service, is the Republican candidate challenging incumbent Chris Murphy to represent Connecticut in the U.S. Senate.

Vinyl Street Café puts a caffeinated spin on LP albums

Vinyl Street Café owner Josh Wright stated that his top-selling LP during the holiday season was Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours."

Suite Talk: Robert Caruso, senior managing director at CBRE

Caruso discusses the commercial real estate market in Fairfield County, both on its own terms and in comparison with Westchester.

National Kidney Registry leases 4,000 SF at 75 Holly Hill Lane...

Joseph Weaver of CBRE said the nonprofit needed a space "supported by redundant power systems to ensure 24/7 uptime for mission-critical kidney shipping and logistics control systems."

Bridgeport slated for $14.8M in state bond funding for construction projects

Projects expected to receive funding include demolition of the Pleasure Beach Bridge, exterior restoration of McLevy Hall and capping of the Seaside Landfill.

Gov. Malloy commits Connecticut to alliance ending coal power plants

“Climate change is the most significant global threat of our lifetime,” said Malloy during the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.