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Xerox ends talks with printing firm RR Donnelley

Xerox and Donnelley both remain on track to split themselves up in the future.

Xerox said to be in talks to acquire RR Donnelley &...

Chicago-based commercial printing firm Donnelley reported $11.3 billion in revenue during its 2015 fiscal year.

XPO takes on Turbo Logistics

For $50 million, XPO Logistics acquired a freight-brokerage unit.

Big Apple build-out tops $30B

New York City construction will have topped the $30 billion mark for the first time since 2008, but bidding activity is slowing.

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

River of dreams

Will the architectural path through the 21st century wind along New Canaan’s glass “River?”

Durata gets $2.3m in Branford move

Connecticut awarded $2.3 million in grants for Durata Therapeutics Inc. to establish an office in Branford.

Report: ‘modest’ boost in holiday shopping

Deloitte is forecasting an increase in this year's retail holiday sales of between 3.5 percent and 4 percent.

NJ biotech to establish Branford site

Durata Therapeutics Inc. is leasing nearly 18,000 square feet of space in Branford for research, clinical and regulatory functions.

Inside headhunting

Author Russell Reynolds, Jr. shares tips on career advancement from his new book about the world inside headhunting.

GE to split energy unit into three

General Electric is splitting GE Energy into three divisions reporting directly to CEO Jeff Immelt.

Cimbali takes Fairfield lease

Espresso machine maker Cimbali is taking a new lease in Fairfield.

Starwood Capital buys Westfield malls

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

Hedge fund hires Fed vet

A Greenwich hedge fund hired a former governor of the Federal Reserve.

GE Transportation moving HQ

GE Transportation is relocating its headquarters operation to Chicago from Erie, Pa.