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Bankruptcy court approves sale of publisher

A White Plains, N.Y., bankruptcy judge approved the sale of Main Street Connect's 41 websites - including 11 in Fairfield County - to its founder and two shareholders for $800,000, after no other bids for the company were received.

DeCicco’s fills market void in Armonk

A family-owned outfit builds a new supermarket; CVS slotted for former A&P.

IBM earns industry kudos

IBM Corp. was named as one of the best data providers by IT analyst firm International Data Corp.

Online publisher files for bankruptcy

Main Street Connect, which publishes The Daily Voice, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week.

Ruby’s mother makes a movie & a company is born

A former fashion executive finds a career and founds a film company in Armonk.

IBM named marketshare leader in middleware software

Gartner Inc., a Stamford-based information technology and research firm, IBM Corp. has been named the overall marketshare leader in the application infrastructure and middleware software market.

Armonk CVS opponents lose legal challenge

On April 4, State Supreme Court Justice Joan Lefkowitz dismissed an Article 78 brought by Concerned Citizens of Armonk who were trying to prevent CVS from coming into their hamlet.

IBM tops list of leaders in enterprise mobility services

IBM was named as one of the key leaders in enterprise mobility services by Forrester Research Inc. earlier this month.

Long Island developer closes on Armonk site

The Engel Burman Group, the Garden City-based developer of assisted living facilities for seniors, has closed on its $5.5 million purchase of 90 Business Park Drive in Armonk from an affiliate of Lashins Development Corp.

Developers pitch mixed-use plan for White Plains

The developers behind the Rivertowns Square project are developing a mixed-use property in White Plains.

After the storm, Samaritans truck

An Armonk woman trucks donated supplies to needy storm victims as New Yorkers generously aid their metropolitan neighbors.

North Castle Planning Board Chairman resigns

Robert Greene, chairman of the North Castle Planning Board, unexpectedly announced his resignation this week.

Study: GE brand in top 6

A back-to-basics ad campaign and sponsorship of the London Olympic games won General Electric Co. the sixth slot on Interbrand’s ranking of global brands.

New Canaan man to oversee state pension

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy appointed New Canaan resident Neil Budnick as chair of the Investment Advisory Council.

Rometty, Nooyi 1-2 on power list

IBM Corp. CEO Ginni Rometty and PepsiCo Inc. CEO Indra Nooyi are the two most powerful women in business, according to Fortune.