INDUSTRIES

Xerox files patents for blockchain technology solutions

The Norwalk-based company filed its patents in February 2016, with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office only recently making the filings public.

JoyRide cycles its way to fitness studio success

The Westport-based gym has expanded to several other towns and is adding new features and technology.

Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment serves up $30M IPO

The company's Class A Common Stock is approved for listing on the Nasdaq Global Market under the symbol CSSE.

Arooga’s to open first Fairfield County location in Shelton

The establishment will include outdoor dining and more than 100 televisions showing a full gamut of sports programming.

In Norwalk, nation’s standards keepers account for cloud computing

FASB is deliberating on creating accounting standards that apply to how the private sector itemizes the cloud-computing software solution.

Vroom motors into food delivery service

Vroom Service Now averages between 130 and 150 deliveries per day, with the dinner hours as the busiest time and Friday and Saturday as the days with the most activity.

Little-used federal savings plan gets an early retirement

About half of U.S. families have no retirement account savings.

Printhouse apartment developers break ground in New Rochelle

The Printhouse is designed for millennials who are priced out of Manhattan and Brooklyn and who want a quick commute to the city.

United Rentals buys Neff Rental for $1.3 billion

“The acquisition of Neff is a significant opportunity for us to augment long-term returns for our investors, and build value for our customers and employees,” said Michael Kneeland, president and CEO of United Rentals.

Contrafect granted patent for influenza drug technology

The U.S. patent was granted for the biotech company's proprietary technology for use of its nasally inhaled influenza drug in development.

Fairfield U. raises funding target as campus buildings rise

Fairfield Rising has been extended through December 2018, with a new target of $210 million.

Connecticut Insurance Department recovers $4M during first half of 2017

The department’s Market Conduct division levied approximately $1.3 million in fines against carriers.