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Owners tee up condo project at Brynwood

Stymied a year ago, partners at Brynwood Golf & Country Club are back with scaled-down plans for golf course condos in North Castle.

Priceline ranks high for IT innovators

Norwalk-based Priceline.com Inc. bested IBM Corp. on the InformationWeek 500 list of information technology innovators.

Getting a handle on math and science

The educational publisher It’s About Time, which has grown in size this year and moved from Armonk to Mount Kisco, specializes in hands-on teaching materials in math and science for middle and high school students.

IBM earnings rise

Software revenue was flat, though, and services and systems and technology revenue both fell.

Pitney Bowes recognized for employee health programs

As employers got a better handle on the future of health care in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable...

Swiss Re sells U.S. Admin Re unit

Swiss Re, whose U.S. headquarters are in Armonk, will sell its U.S. Admin Re business, known as the Reassure America Life Insurance Co., to...

Swiss Re sells U.S. Admin Re unit

Jackson National Life Insurance will pay $600M plus $300M in a pre-closing dividend.

Taking a day to give

As much as any company, Deloitte carves out time on the calendar to volunteer.

Developer tees up again

Owners of Brynwood Golf and Country Club in Armonk seek town and community approval for a smaller country club residential development plan.

From sky blue to Big Blue?

As Sikorsky helped launch a major new high-tech incubator in Stamford, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he recently met with IBM.

In brief

News and notes from around Westchester County and New York.

IBM seeds cloud market

IBM saw a fivefold increase in revenue from cloud computing offerings from the first quarter of 2010.

Builder goes platinum

C.W. Brown Inc. in Armonk achieves a first in green building design for New York companies outside New York City.

Malloy to overhaul taxes, government

Governor proposes a radical restructuring of state government.

Business news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Native computer pioneer dies Perhaps Fairfield County’s greatest export to the computer age died on Feb. 6, after Digital Equipment Corp. founder Kenneth H. Olsen...