Altus Capital Partners sells thermal transfer ribbon firm IIMAK

Altus Capital's Russell Greenberg noted that IIMAK "made five add-on acquisitions during our investment."

Nestlé Waters seeks 50 percent recycled plastic by 2025

"We want to take the 'single' out of 'single-use' bottles," said company President and CEO Fernando Mercé.

Simone Development buys 104 Corporate Park Drive building for $14 million

The deal is the latest step in Simone's plan to build a pediatric ambulatory care center for Montefiore Medical Center at the 118,000-square-foot building.

Spencer Capital of Rye sued over $4.4M in stock offering fees

Stein and Spencer Management, the complaint states, received at least $4.4 million in performance fees “for doing absolutely nothing.”

State doubles number of medical marijuana dispensaries

The medical marijuana program in Connecticut has grown significantly since the last time new facility licenses were awarded in January of 2016.

Stamford Transportation Center receiving millions from fed, state for upgrades

According to Gov. Dannel Malloy, the investment will ensure the station can operate in a state of good repair for the next 25 years and beyond.

Bridgeport receives $14.6M from state for infrastructure and development

The largest of the projects is a $7 million endeavor aimed at infrastructure improvements within Sikorsky Memorial Airport.

Stew Leonard’s seeks world record with XXL-sized cheese sculpture

More than 500 cows contributed 4,000 gallons of their milk for this cheddar cheese work of art.

B.GOOD Fairfield debuts breakfast menu

B.GOOD Fairfield owner Steve Hourihan promises breakfast seekers "a variety of delicious, clean, local and fresher options."

Doyle Insurance Group buys Fairfield office building for $1.375M

The insurer, which is leasing space in Southport, expects to move to 45 Sherman St. within 60 days.

Richard Brega gets 50 months in prison for school bus repair...

“He cheated his clients, nickel-and-diming them every chance he could,” Benjamin R. Allee and Michael D. Maimin, assistant prosecutors, said in their sentencing memo.

FTC complaint filed against Diageo on Ciroc social media marketing

“It’s time that Diageo starts acting like the responsible corporate citizen it says it is,” said Executive Director Bonnie Patten.