The time has come for Fairfield County to rely on the innovation within its own borders rather than outside the state, business leaders say.
While Rep. Jim Himes (CT-D) and Republican challenger Steve Obsitnik were keen on touting their individual commitments to bipartisanship, both candidates were quick to attack one another at a fourth congressional district debate held in Norwalk Oct. 18.
Five people were assigned as DOT advisors on the Stamford Transportation Station’s parking garage deliberations.
The University of Connecticut and the Business Council of Fairfield County are working to create the state’s first federal immigrant investor program to promote economic growth in Connecticut.
Advocates and investors say that for the first time since before 2008, there is a strong interest among the Westchester and Fairfield County, Conn., business communities in supporting startups and early stage companies.p
With innovation hub funds awarded in Stamford and New Haven, the question is whether Connecticut can build a self-sustaining engine of startup growth
A new report by Ernst & Young paints an unusual picture of Connecticut’s state and local business taxes.
The governor’s special advisor on health reform updated the Business Council of Fairfield County July 16 about the state’s progress on its health care reform plans.
Health and insurance news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.