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General Electric downsizing Boston HQ plans

GE plans to reimburse Massachusetts for the massive incentive package that helped convince the company to move its headquarters to Boston from Fairfield as it looks to sell its future Fort Point headquarters property and scales back its ambitions.

General Electric dumps CEO John Flannery after 14 months

Flannery’s brief leadership tenure was marked with embarrassments for the company, including a dividend cut last November and the removal of the company from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

GE exec on why they left CT: ‘The airports here suck’

Gov. Dannel Malloy adds that highways are "either a parking lot or a museum."

GE Capital sheds “too big to fail” designation

The company no longer poses risks to U.S. financial stability, per Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew.

GE starts entertaining bids for Fairfield campus

Included in the 66.8-acre property: two Class A office buildings, a 28-room full service hotel and meeting facility; two fitness centers; and a medical center.

GE cutting nearly 100 jobs in Fairfield

Many of the nearly 800 GE employees in Fairfield will move to Norwalk, with around 200 moving along with the company's headquarters to Boston.

GE completes sale of Franchise Finance U.S. hotel business

The deal with Western Alliance Bank is part of General Electric's goal of divesting itself of over $200 billion worth of assets.

Buyer of Stamford GE property overbilled clients, Mass. says

State Street Corp. violated Massachusetts law by overcharging customers up to $200 million, according to Mass. Secretary of State William Galvin.

Low prices, big gamble: Irish clothier Primark coming to Danbury

The discount retailer faced a labor dispute in Boston.

Kleban, Fairfield University unveil ambitious plans for GE property

Plan promises more tax revenue and employment for town — but only if GE agrees to sell.

Malloy pledges full support in wake of bombing

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy pledged to "assist in any way we can" as Boston searches for answers and solace in the wake of the worst bombing to hit U.S. soil since national security was overhauled after Sept. 11, 2001.

White Plains Venue gets planning board approval

The White Plains Planning Board unanimously recommended that the Common Council approve a site plan for The Venue at Bloomingdale Road, a 50,000-square-foot retail and outdoor restaurant project.

Academic deans of distinction

Five area college and university leaders are working to better integrate their schools with the outside world – in one case, a world away

Putting the chichi in stadium chow

Even as CEO Des Hague concocts a leveraged buyout of Centerplate, his chefs are leveraging creativity to the hilt in the Stamford giant’s kitchens.

CBIA: Gov. to introduce energy plan

At a CBIA conference on Oct. 5, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to detail elements of an energy plan he is readying for Connecticut.