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‘A lot of people on the precipice,’ but bankruptcies drop again

Last year in Connecticut, bankruptcy filings dropped to their lowest level since 2007 at the brink of the recession, according to newly published data by the U.S. Courts, even as the Federal Reserve reported household debt nearing an all-time high.

Will replacing Obamacare help or hurt Connecticut businesses?

Some businesspeople here have already come out in favor of the effort, while others suggest it needs tweaking and yet others say passing the bill and President Trump signing it into law would be a mistake.

Will the GOP health care plan be better or worse for...

It's a waiting game for employers and insurance brokers, who see some potential benefits from the GOP health care bill making its way through Congress.

Westchester County legislators skeptical about proposed airport lease

The $140 million plan that would transfer management of the Westchester County Airport to a Los Angeles-based investment firm must be approved by the County Board of Legislators.

Westchester County proposes $140M plan to lease airport to Oaktree Capital

The county expects the 40-year, revenue-sharing deal to improve passenger experience, energize the local economy and strengthen environmental protections without increasing the airport’s footprint.

Ground broken at Cortlandt Crossing

The new development includes a 98,000-square-foot main building and three to four out parcels totaling approximately 32,000 square feet.

Mrs. Green’s closes Illinois, New Jersey locations; facing supply shortages

Mrs. Green’s Natural Market is closing three locations and temporarily shutting down another as the company said it is narrowing its focus to smaller...

Has the election tarnished the Trump brand?

Since Donald Trump declared his candidacy and set forth on his controversial campaign for the presidency, the value associated with the Trump brand has been called into question.

Fairfield office leasing declines sharply in third quarter

Fairfield County's office market experienced a desultory level of leasing activity in the third quarter.

Publisher offers passport to Fairfield dining

Weston's Entrée Nous offers a distinctive passport book to Fairfield's high-end restaurants.

Fairfield County financial executives honored at CFO of the Year Awards

Seven of the county’s top financial executives were honored at the event, which was presented by The Fairfield County Business Journal and RSM.

Home sales rise, listings down in Westchester and Hudson Valley

Third-quarter property sales were up 7 percent year-over-year across the region, with 5,644 residential sales in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Orange counties.

New White Plains Plaza owners invest $30 million in upgrades, boost...

An owner's return to White Plains brings new look and leasing to downtown property.

Security robot makes public debut at Bridgeport tech firm

A+ Technology is the first authorized dealer and integrator of Sharp's autonomous security robot.

Sweeping law secretly combats zombie homes

Even state lawmakers, who wrote the law, have restricted access to data on abandoned properties.