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“Connecticut’s economy is impacted by the instability at the Capitol,” said Pete Gioia, CBIA’s economist.
A one-time marketing officer, Campbell switched careers 12 years ago and is now president of the state's mortgage broker trade group.
The new store at 1490 Post Road is the second location for the family-owned and -operated Stamford retailer.
The settlement resolves charges that the automobile manufacturer intentionally allowed defective ignition switches to remain in its vehicles.
Praxair will construct, own and operate a plant that supports GlobalFoundries’ manufacturing processes at its fabrication facility in upstate New York.
The Norwalk-based company's investment in Meituan-Dianping signals an expansion of its Asian operations that began in 2007 with the acquisition of Agoda Co.
The Connecticut Democrat asked the Departments of Justice and Transportation to investigate alleged falsified data and substandard material usage.
The company acquired Strategic Materials Inc., a Houston-based firm founded in 1896, from Willis Stein & Partners and Vision Capital.
Within Fairfield County, Bridgeport, Shelton and Stratford are the localities under consideration for ratings downgrades.
New Rochelle ranked 50th on the list, with 24/7 Wall Street noting the typical household “earns $75,757 a year, far more than the $57,617 the typical American household earns a year.”
OT Kids and Bender Chiropractic and Wellness Center have taken office space on the third floor of the building.
The 233 East Ave. location in Norwalk is the second outlet for the company, which also operates a laundromat in the Bronx.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The campus facility was named in honor of Sacred Heart University President John J. Petillo.
“None of our programs in our gym have contracts,” Lockwood explained. “If you don’t want to be here, I don’t want you here."