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Frontier chief to address Business Council crowd

Maggie Wilderotter is the keynote speaker June 30 at the council's 44th Members' Luncheon in Stamford.

Small businesses seeking Business Council’s resources double

The Business Council's Growth Advisory Services has helped 40 companies in Fairfield County with fundraising, marketing and business strategy development.

Survey: Most businesses in Fairfield optimistic about their industry

The cost of living and a need for talent were cited as challenges in the county.

Connecticut state leaders discuss hot topics in gubernatorial election year

Protecting the transportation fund, managing property taxes and encouraging economic growth are the focus in this year’s race, according to the Business Council of Fairfield County’s Joe McGee.

New chairman at business council

Chairman of First County Bank fills the slot.

Fed’s Rosen bolsters optimism

National economic recovery gains momentum.

Forum: Immigrants key to economic future

Immigration forum pushes for national reform.

Malloy opens legislation for review

Governor touts business-oriented initiatives.

Taxman shows responsive nature

DRS sheds inefficiencies.

Commercializing brain sciences

Greenwich startup thinks big.

To grow, perchance to prosper

Efforts to boost businesses are paying off.

Information central

Business Council wrangles data, greases gears

Fairfield County Newsmakers 9.2.2013

Fairfield County Newsmakers from the Sept. 2, 2013 edition of The Fairfield County Business Journal.

Dudley cautions on Fed taper

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William C. Dudley said July 1 that the central bank may start to slow its bond-buying sooner than expected.

Council’s focus on small business, job growth

Reviewing their efforts to strengthen the greater Fairfield County community and bolster businesses, Business Council members convened at the Stamford Marriott Hotel June 10 to discuss the organization’s pronounced year of growth.