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Unique Trumbull coworking operation signs first two leases

“We’re very encouraged by the growth of this kind of concept," says Robert Miller, senior managing director at leasing agent Colliers International.

Towns, trains and water are the keys to development in Westchester

Westchester has morphed from a sleepy bedroom community that rarely saw any interest from developers outside the county to a vibrant county attracting major developers.

Andi Gray: Combining brands after an acquisition

Merging acquisitions can be a great time to look at your overall brand identity.

Suite Talk: Stelios Stavrianos, founder and CEO of Cylinder Vodka

The Stamford-headquartered entrepreneur sought to bring a smoother tasting vodka to the market.

Stamford Health CEO: Business booming, but general health care landscape concerning

When it comes to mega-mergers, count Stamford out, says CEO Kathleen Silard: “We are driven by a desire to operate in the best interests of our community, which means not taking directions from a big office located somewhere else."

Modest growth forecast for Sikorsky Memorial Airport’s future

Absent from the paper was the possible return of scheduled commercial air flights, which ceased operating at the airport in 1999.

Gov. Ned Lamont to business council crowd: ‘We’re just getting started’

A "major production company" relocating here, a tentative time frame for a special session on tolls and a Woodstock mini-festival upstate are all possibilities, the governor said.

Andi Gray: Get off the roller coaster of entrepreneurship

Success is tied to learning how to limit potentially destructive behavior. Gain skill at saying no.

Westchester County sees economic opportunity in Opportunity Zones

Opportunity Zones are designed to spur economic development and job creation in distressed communities.

Another out-of-state developer enters Stamford with mixed-use project The Smyth

“We believe that Stamford has emerged as a legitimate urban residential mecca,” says LMC Divisional President, New York/Tristate Area Greg Belew.

Susan Hickey: First Lady of Captain’s Cove retail

Hickey's ice cream shop has pop culture-inspired novelties including the Bye Bye Miss America Pie Shake, the Baby Shark Kids’ Sundae and Game of Cones.

Monroe ramps up economic development efforts

Monroe is in some ways still a rural community -- “Our residential districts are all still called ‘residential and farming districts,’” notes First Selectman Ken Kellogg – but one that is determined to restart the competitive process for development.