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Phil Hall

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.

Elevate Physical Therapy rubs people the right way

Steve Melchionno, co-founder and co-owner of the start-up Elevate Physical Therapy in Darien, offers outpatient orthopedic treatment for all ages.

The evolving face of the bank board of directors

Changes in regulatory requirements and customer demographics have impacted how boards serve today's banking industry.

World Affairs Forum names Wendy Skratt new executive director

Skratt will replace Kay J. Maxwell, who served as the Stamford-based nonprofit's executive director since 2007.

TOMRA to sponsor all-female research voyage into oceanic plastic pollution

Shelton-based recycling vendor TOMRA has been named as a Title Sponsor for an expedition through an area known as the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch.”

Gov. Malloy signs pay equity bill into law

The Connecticut governor stated that the pursuit of pay equity must remain in focus "every day as we work toward a culture of equality."

Diageo wins 72 awards at 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition

The Norwalk-based company scored three Best in Class distinctions, along with 12 Double Gold medals and 14 Gold medals.

Susan Herbst to step down as UConn president

Susan Herbst, the first woman to serve as president of the University of Connecticut, announced that she will be leaving the job next year.

Greenwich Associates renews HQ lease

Greenwich Associates has renewed the lease for its 41,928-square-foot headquarters in Stamford.

Mario Batali being investigated by NYPD for sexual misconduct

Batali, who co-owns and co-operates the Tarry Lodge and the Tarry Market in Port Chester and the Tarry Lodge Westport, issued a statement saying he "vehemently denied" the charges against him.

Democrats endorse Ned Lamont for governor

Lamont’s choice for lieutenant governor, Susan Bysiewicz, will face a primary challenge in August from Eva Bermudez Zimmerman, a former Newtown legislative council member.

Fujifilm plans lawsuit against Xerox over voided acquisition

Fujifilm President and Chief Operating Officer Kenji Sukeno declared the Norwalk-headquartered Xerox "has no right to scrap the contract unilaterally."

Joe Visconti to launch petition drive for GOP Senate bid

In a Facebook video, Visconti said that his decision was based on messaging from supporters urging him to take on the "too weak" candidates in the upcoming GOP primary election.

Cervitude partner Nicholas Coriano eager to assist aspiring entrepreneurs

While still in law school, Nicholas Coriano began promoting himself on Craigslist as a business plan creator, scoring his first client with a Chicago furniture store.

New partnership serves Fairfield County art collectors

C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich and Rockwell Art & Framing, which has six locations across Fairfield County, have partnered on an in-home framing service for art collectors.

Stamford entrepreneur puts best foot forward with ballet flats line

"Pinterest is where all of these Millennials girls plan their wedding," explained Ingrid Sarver, founder of Stamford-based Talaria Flats.