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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.

Himes: ‘Don’t get too carried away’ on Trump-Deutsche Bank probe

Himes said Americans "will bridle at investigations that seem overtly political."

Ex-Bridgeport attorney sentenced in wire fraud case

Murtha pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in May and was ordered to pay total restitution of $1.9 million.

Gemspring Capital acquires B2B publisher Bobit Business Media

Bobit Business Media focuses on niche verticals covering the fleet, transportation, beauty and law enforcement professions.

GE Capital sells $1.5B health care equipment lease portfolio to TIAA...

The acquired health care portfolio includes loans and leases to approximately 1,100 hospitals and 3,600 doctors' offices and diagnostic and imaging centers.

Bridgeport artist Ruben Marroquin brings weaving into the digital age

Ruben Marroquin encourages his elementary and middle school students to "distance themselves from the computer screens and do something tactile and tangible that you can take home."

Dana Cavalea takes life coaching from the ballpark to the C-Suite

"I start to restore lifestyles and I always tell these guys, 'Look, you have to start thinking about yourself first,'" said Dana Cavalea on his approach to performance and life coaching.

WCSU to offer master’s degree in integrative biological diversity

"Biodiversity is important because most technological advances stem from solutions found in the natural world," said Theodora Pinou, professor of biological and environmental sciences at WCSU.

DOT report: Connecticut can gain $1B annually with tolls

The report said a tolling system would cost $372 million, with $210 million for infrastructure and $162 million for a fiber communications system.

Danbury’s Fosina Marketing Group acquired by Florida firm

"We couldn't be more excited for the future," said Jim Fosina, founder of the Fosina Marketing Group, who will maintain his offices in Danbury.

Xerox receives patent for blockchain-based data revision system

Xerox stated the technology will "allow record owners to recover work that may have been altered or destroyed from more traditional control systems."

Gov. Malloy releases $12.2M from Volkswagen settlement for clean-air projects

The governor said the settlement funds "will go a long way in helping to improve air quality and protect public health in Connecticut."

Sacred Heart University to offer graduate program in I/O psychology

“Any type of organization that has employees can benefit, from a nonprofit to a for-profit business,” said Mary Ignagni, program director and assistant lecturer.

2018 Milli Award winners consider how the future will view millennials

Angie Kim of Purchase College defined Millennials as "change agents and the ones who are really paving the way for a better future."

Henkel debuts Nature Box vegan line of hair and body care...

The products are made with 100 percent cold pressed oil derived from coconuts, avocados, apricots, almonds and macadamia nuts.

CBRE forecasts ‘solid traffic’ for holiday season shopping

CBRE's Brandon Famous said most retailers "have gotten smarter and more efficient with their omnichannel strategies and their programs for attracting and retaining customers.”