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CT Port Authority unveils maritime strategy, pledges increased attention to county

"We don’t have the luxury of thinking big city versus small town," said Port Authority Board Chairman Scott Bates. "We want to be a champion for the entire state."

CareMount Medical latest provider to offer virtual visits to the doctor

Lewis Kohl, CareMount’s chief medical information officer, stressed that virtual visits are “just a part of patient care, certainly not a replacement for traditional care and face-to-face interaction.”

Investors in defunct casino project sue Louis Cappelli for $3M

The Resort investors contend that Cappelli persuaded them in 1999 to sell their interests in 1,500 acres of land in Sullivan County.

Gambling debt cited in new lawsuit against developer Michael D’Alessio

D’Alessio used his companies “to carry out a massive fraud on numerous investors,” according to the bankruptcy court complaint.

HomeGoods to open in Mount Kisco

The national chain plans to open a 25,000-square-foot store next spring at 3 Main St. in the village, formerly the site of an Annie Sez clothing store.

Moleskine opens pop-up shop at The Westchester

The store will be home to a monogramming station for notebooks and planners, along with an area dedicated to bags and travel essentials.

Connecticut lost 1,200 jobs in July

Pete Gioia, economic adviser for the CBIA, complained, "There’s no consistency or stability month-to-month with our jobs numbers."

Xerox begins IT job layoffs across U.S. and Canada

Positions being eliminated include internal IT operations – software engineers, systems engineers, program managers and support staff – as well as finance managers.

Myx Creative Kitchen keeps it fast, casual and healthy

"We’ve been interacting with the customers to learn what they want from the business and have been adapting to that," said Rey Santos, director of operations.

Cenveo gets green light on Chapter 11 emergence

The Stamford-headquartered company, which will be privately held after emergence, did not offer a timeline on when the process would begin and end.

Tech Air acquires Speed Industrial Supply

The transaction marks the third acquisition by Danbury-based Tech Air this year.

Judge orders Victory Mitsubishi of Larchmont to reimburse jammed customers

Victory Mitsubishi and its affiliated dealership, Victory Suzuki of the Bronx, “repeatedly and persistently engaged in fraud,” Judge Charles D. Wood ruled.