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Sacred Heart professor to co-edit new book series on Chinese medical...

“The History of Health and Healing in China,” a new book series focused on the history of health and healing in China, is expected to be completed by 2026.

SHU poli-sci prof shines light on how local government works in...

The book is meant to address the situation where people tend to "focus on what’s happening at the national level, less so on the state level, and almost not at all locally," Gary Rose says.

‘Never too early’ to learn about economics, says financial planner and...

"Children are just as smart as adults – they’re just smaller," says Rosanna Guardavaccaro, a financial planner at Shelton's Barnum Financial Group.

Greenwich investment guru Ted Seides on turning podcast into guidebook for...

Ted Seides' "Capital Allocators" podcast experienced audience growth of 100% in 2020 and, as of January, has passed the 5 million-download mark.

The Upside: Written Out Loud

What one Fairfield entrepreneur first envisioned as a local venture has become a global enterprise almost overnight and entirely within the course of the...

COOKING UP A BOOK TO HELP

Susanna Sussman of Meals-on-Wheels, White Plains; Johnny Livanos of Moderne Barn and City Limits; joined Jessica Rosen Klein and created "Westchester Cooks," an online...

Marketing exec Jay Stuck taps his inner author via self-publishing

Stuck admitted that having the cred of a published author has helped break the ice with current and potential clients.

Book publicist Meryl Moss turns the page on 25 years in...

Westport-based Meryl Moss Media encompasses public relations strategies for authors, plus the online literary source BookTrib and a self-publishing advisory business.

Fairfield University professor charts Hillary Clinton’s life in new book

What Clinton has been through "is unlike what any other American politician has experienced," says author Sonya Huber.

Survey: magazines lead online products

A surprising survey by Pitney Bowes suggested more U.S. shoppers purchase magazine subscriptions online than any other product.