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Omega Engineering in Stamford has relocated to one of the county’s most popular office space locations, the five-story, 412,000 square-foot commercial building at 800 Connecticut Ave.
Thousands of homes on Fairfield County's shoreline at risk for hurricane storm surge damage estimated at billions in reconstruction costs.
As financial institutions continue to make banking services easier to access remotely, Bank of America is breaking new ground with the cardless ATM machine.
The Sono Collection, a more than 1 million-square-foot proposed retail shopping center to be built in South Norwalk, has received a critical approval from the city's zoning commission and may soon have the final permits necessary to break ground on the highly anticipated commercial hub.
Carlton Cabot of Stamford, former owner and CEO of Cabot Investment Properties LLC (CIP) in Boston, has pleaded guilty to a $17 million securities...
Local and state officials recently joined an extensive partnership of developers and financial backers to celebrate the official groundbreaking of the final phase of the Metro Green affordable housing development in Stamford.
The Connecticut Fund for the Environment has relocated its headquarters within New Haven as part of an expansion.
The third annual CEO Evolution event will feature insights into the secrets of success from three CEOs from high-level national and global companies.
Since 1993 the Bridgeport Regional Aquaculture Science & Technology Center has been stoking the minds of students interested in careers and lines of study relating to the Long Island Sound and the marine life within it.
Highgrove, downtown Stamford’s luxury 18 story high-rise apartment building at 70 Forest St. has been sold to a private investment group led by Stamford-based Steven Wise Associates LLC for $87.5 million.
The latest employment numbers from the Connecticut Department of Labor continues the narrative of sluggish improvements in the labor market with some positive indicators that high-paying jobs are returning.
This past weekend Bounce! Trampoline Sports opened for businesses in Danbury and marked the fourth indoor trampoline park to open in Fairfield County in two years — a testament to the growing business trend of indoor trampoline parks.
On Wednesday Stamford-based Charter Communications Inc. announced the completion of its roughly $60 billion acquisition of Manhattan-based Time Warner Cable Inc., creating a new leviathan...
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is asking commuters to participate in the week-long challenge and find greener alternatives to commute and travel such as carpooling, biking and riding the train to work for at least one day.