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Blyth sells Sterno

Blyth announced the sale of its Sterno business famed for its portable, canned fuel for buffets.

Italian co. in Stamford with $9.5m

An Italian business intelligence software company now lists its U.S. headquarters in Stamford, after reporting $9.5 million in new financing.

Conn. lures another West Coast co.

An Oregon company called Emme is moving its headquarters to Bristol, with its CEO formerly with Shelton-based Emhart.

Recruit acquires Indeed.com

Japan giant Recruit Co. Ltd. acquired Indeed.com.

K2 sold to Franklin Templeton

Franklin Templeton is acquiring a majority stake in the “fund of hedge funds” K2 Advisors.

Report: Trader Joe’s sights Stamford

Trader Joe’s is reportedly opening its first Stamford store.

Indeed.com expands in Texas

Indeed.com plans to hire 90 people or more in Austin, Texas.

Conn. foreclosure increase leads U.S.

RealtyTrac said Connecticut had the largest year-over-year increase in foreclosure actions in the nation.

NASA kindles Curiosity on Mars

NASA’s newest Mars rover is powered by a system produced by United Technologies Corp.

Rotor tech startup wins Sikorsky challenge

The Stamford Innovation Center will house a startup working with Sikorsky Aircraft on rotor technology.

Starwood Capital buys Westfield malls

Starwood Capital is buying Westfield Group malls and is creating a new retail division.

Conn. names health insurance exchange CEO

The CEO of Connecticut’s planned health insurance exchange previously marketed Massachusetts’ landmark health reform plans.

Tesla opens in Westchester with Model S warmed up

Tesla Motors, with its new Model S sedan ready to begin deliveries this month, has expanded its retail network to The Westchester, the first...

Stamford firm may go public

Since its 2004 launch, Indeed Inc. has helped people near and far find jobs. In the process, it has become a significant employer in its...

Report: Restoration Hardware to take USPS building

After renovations, Restoration Hardware will move into the neoclassical U.S. Post Office building in Greenwich.