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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.

CT and NY attorneys general unhappy with appeals court ruling on...

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai called the court decision a "big victory for consumers."

Women’s retailer Altar’d State opens in White Plains and sets sights...

Altar’d State was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Val Stalowir out as Reed’s Inc. CEO amid ‘management restructuring’

John Bello, the company’s chairman of the board, was named interim CEO.

Harman teams with Spotify on automotive streaming partnership

Harman's Sandip Ranjhan said the partnership offers "a seamless way to bring Spotify directly into the vehicle."

Bridgeport ranks second nationally for percentage of seniors in workforce

The study found average household income for Bridgeport’s 65-plus residents was $57,488.

Bridgeport Mayor Ganim denounces former ally Trump as ‘unfit’ to serve

In 1994, Ganim brought in Trump to build a $350 million mixed-use development in the city's South End.

Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union gets OK to expand

The credit union can now include members based in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Sullivan Counties.

Greenwich man sentenced in investment fraud scheme

The court also told Pollak to pay $236,049 in restitution to his victim.

Suite Talk: P.J. Prunty, president and CEO of the Greater Danbury...

"If you are familiar with the West Side of Danbury, there seems to be a new restaurant popping up every other day," said Prunty.

Trumbull’s Henry Stern Center receiving $1M from state for renovations

The development is the only Fairfield County location among 13 low-income housing complexes to receive state aid.

Connecticut is sole state to record 2018 poverty rate increase

Despite the uptick, Connecticut’s poverty rate was lower than the 13.1 percent national average.

Is your business prepared for a possible recession?

"Customers will always try to find cheaper replacements if and when a recession hits," said Kelly Campbell at Agency Growth Consultant LLC in Nyack.

Rockland County withdraws from federal fair housing assistance program

"With this step forward we can now better focus on the needs of our diverse residents," County Executive Ed Day said.

Govs. Lamont and Cuomo partner on e-cig and legalized marijuana guidelines

New York has banned flavored e-cigarette sales but Connecticut has not.

Sikorsky gets green light on producing HH-60W combat rescue helicopters

The Air Force program calls for 113 helicopters to replace its predecessor, the Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk.