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Norwalk-headquartered Xerox stated that the acquisition was part of its strategy to expand in the $20 billion multibrand reseller industry.
Moody's also downgraded its outstanding ratings on the state’s special tax obligation senior and subordinate lien bonds to A1 from Aa3.
Rosemarie Collazo of Yonkers was charged with preparing approximately 150 fraudulent duplicate invoice packages between 2010 and 2016.
State Attorney General George Jepsen did not commit to running for re-election, adding that he would make that decision soon.
Another trend that impacts the workplace is the erosion of corporate loyalty. While that problem took root before millennials were entering the workforce, it has been accelerated by a new wave of graduates for whom job-hopping is the only way to approach a career.
“People think that travel agents don’t exist anymore because they are not on Main Street, like they used to be,” said Erika Richter, ASTA’s director of communications.
During Neil Salonen's stewardship, UB’s enrollment climbed to its current 30-year high of nearly 5,700 students while its revenue more than tripled.
Aon Hewitt, which had been the CRPTF's general investment consultant since 2011, will continue as the investment consultant for the Connecticut Higher Education Trust, the state’s 529 college savings program.
Scarsdale was ranked as the richest town in the U.S., boasting a median household income of $242,782, a median home value of $1.23 million, and a 2.3 percent poverty rate.
The new vendor, Canon, agreed to loan the House the $5 million to pay for the premature cancellation of the Xerox contract.
John O'Brien was charged with defrauding four of his clients to pay off professional debts and to cover personal expenses.
Etouches is the seventh marketing services technology platform that Palo Alto-based HGGC has invested, following AutoAlert, Dealer FX, Integrity, MyWebGrocer, Selligent, and SSI.
The new $38 million development is located adjacent to Stamford Hospital, and its 24,000-square-foot street level will be devoted to medical offices.
As part of its campaign, the AHLA will highlight the powerful influence that Priceline and Expedia have over the travel industry.