INDUSTRIES

Everyday Health Group acquires Castle Connolly Medical

Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., with roots in Westchester County, has been acquired by Everyday Health Group. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Westchester County Tourism & Film hires Mower as travel, tourism agency

Mower is among the largest independent marketing, advertising and PR agencies in the U.S.

State Sen. Marilyn Moore to run for Bridgeport mayor

If elected, Moore would become the second woman and first African-American to serve as Bridgeport’s mayor.

Stunning video of the Tappan Zee Bridge demolition

In case you were busy in the office or handling other business just before 11 a.m. on Jan. 15 and missed the explosive demolition of what remained of the eastern section of the old Tappan Zee Bridge, here's a stunning look at the event.

CBIA issues policy priorities for this year’s legislative session

"Connecticut has to build upon our many strengths and not allow bad policy choices to slow us down," says the organization's President and CEO Joe Brennan.

Bridgewater Associates outsourcing nearly 200 jobs in Stamford

The move stems from a new alliance with professional services company Genpact, announced earlier this month.

Greenwich to debut townwide retail sale promotion

First Selectman Peter J. Tesei said the event will help businesses "as they adapt to an electronic commerce challenge."

Stamford industrial flex building sells for $4.875 million

The building is on approximately 1 acre in a light industrial zone in the city’s Springdale section, near the Darien border.

Suite Talk: Chris DiPentima, chairman of the CBIA

"To see the private sector growth we saw in 2018, we’re not concerned about a recession," CBIA Chairman Chris DiPetima said.

Stamford, Greenwich central business districts dominate Fairfield County leasing activity

Tim Rorick at NKF noted an increased demand by smaller tenants for "boutiquey office buildings" Norwalks' SoNo neighborhood.

Westchester’s commercial real estate market transformation gaining momentum

The Westchester County office market moved forward on two fronts during 2018. The first was a continuation of the positive absorption trend. The second was the continued demolition or repurposing of existing buildings.

Ryan Raveis: Lack of inventory, decline in county’s richest locales hurting...

“Wealthier folks are leaving the state, and those who are replacing them don’t have the same level of income," Ryan Raveis Inc. said.