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America’s First Network Credit Union moving HQ out of Trumbull for...

The credit union, which has 4,939 members and $35.5 million in total assets, also has a branch in Fairfield University’s Gonzaga Hall, as well as one in Danbury that is limited only to employees of global relocation firm Cartus.

Three tons of food for the hungry

Employees of Cartus, a relocation services enterprise in Danbury, provided 6,817 food items to local organizations for distribution.

Cartus appoints Wiggetman as director

Danbury-based Cartus Corp., a global relocation services provider, has named Michelle Wiggetman as director, strategic business solutions. Wiggetman joins Cartus with more than 25...

Survey: Boomers and millennials at odds on housing

A survey says the top features millennials seek in their next home are an upgraded kitchen, smart home technology and a home that's ecologically friendly.

Cartus notches 60 years of helping employees relocate

The Danbury company began as a home-finding service; it now employs 2,900.

DEEP recognizes green businesses in Connecticut

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection recognizes 16 businesses and individuals for their efforts to protect the environment.

Cartus plans to expand Danbury headquarters, add jobs

The state will provide Cartus with a $6.5 million loan, which would be forgiven if the company creates 200 jobs within the next five years.

Cartus: 38K visits to on-site clinic

Since opening an on-site health clinic at its Danbury headquarters nine years ago, Cartus Corp. has accommodated 38,000 visits from employees.

In the field

Connecticut extracted merger concessions from Northeast Utilities, and other news affecting Fairfield County businesses.

Home sales tied to jobs – and oil

Pending home sales dropped in February, a bad sign for workers looking to relocate.

Relocation in brief

Relocation news and notes from around Fairfield County

Health care and insurance in brief

Health and insurance news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Training wheels in motion?

Training budgets were flat in 2010 but could be rebounding.