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Phil Hall

Phil Hall is a former United Nations-based reporter for Fairchild Broadcast News, the author of nine books (including the upcoming "Moby Dick: The Radio Play"), the host of the SoundCloud podcast "The Online Movie Show," co-host of the WAPJ-FM talk show "Nutmeg Chatter" 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.

Stamford’s rental housing among the nation’s priciest

The median price for a two-bedroom apartment is $2,400.

Knorr named executive director at Atria Darien

Janis Knorr was previously executive director at Atria Briarcliff Manor.

Bridgeport’s Cherry Street Lofts project readied for construction

Mixed-use development to occupy vacant industrial buildings.

Concern over Trump travel ban increases calls to immigration lawyers

Immigration lawyers receive increased inquiries on the effects of the presidential policy.

Acme United of Fairfield pays $7.2M to acquire Spill Magic Inc.

Purchased company offers a line of spill absorbency, hazmat and biohazard clean-up products.

Stratford doctor files lawsuit to stop Darien company from sending faxed...

Darien-based agency accused of violating Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Fairfield First Selectman Tetreau blames state for fiscal uncertainty

Mike Tetreau praises local initiatives, faults "instability at the state level."

Pitney Bowes reports slumping Q4 and 2016 revenue

President/CEO Marc B. Lautenbach: results were "not what we wanted or expected."

Connecticut home sales ended 2016 on a high note

Condo sales at their highest December level since 2007.

Xerox Q4 and YTD revenues down year-over-year

Norwalk-based company also shed 2,400 jobs in 2016.

COWI North America moves regional offices to Bridgeport

Engineering consultancy leases 8,204-square-foot space at 1000 Lafayette Blvd.

PartnerRe relocates to 200 First Stamford Place

Company leaves Greenwich for new 56,700-square-foot full-floor tenancy.

Ex-Jeffries trader found guilty of securities fraud

Jesse C. Litvak also found not guilty on nine additional fraud charges.

New data details Connecticut’s smoking problem

The state spent nothing last year on tobacco reduction and prevention policies.

Q4 sales down in Fairfield County’s residential market

Sales activity within the Fairfield County residential market ended 2016 with something of a whimper, according to new data released by Douglas Elliman Real...