Lorri Baldwin has become the new general manager of Bloomingdale’s White Plains as the company celebrates its 150th anniversary nationwide.
Altman Lighting Inc., which was founded in 1953 and grew to become a major manufacturer of lighting equipment for theaters, television and the movies...
Connecticut reportedly is one of more than 20 states teaming up to solicit bids on vehicles that run on compressed natural gas.
A University of Connecticut-led team of geneticists won a $9.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Even as CEO Des Hague concocts a leveraged buyout of Centerplate, his chefs are leveraging creativity to the hilt in the Stamford giant’s kitchens.
Connecticut increased its support for UConn 6 percent between 2002 and 2010, the second biggest increase among Northeast states after New York.
United Technologies Corp. completed its $16.5 billion acquisition of Goodrich Corp. this week, after striking a deal to sell off a trio of Hamilton Sundstrand units for $3.5 billion.
For Jeffrey Mayer, the dawn of Soluxe Solar arrived with the departure of a New Hampshire company from his Westport house, following the installation...
GE reportedly is delaying construction of a solar technology factory in Colorado.
As a result of the merger, a unit of Zayo wil be able to provide communications services to Boston, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.
Peppers & Rogers acquired marketing analytics provider iKnowtion L.L.C. , based in Massachusetts.
The Malloy administration is fighting a bill that would allow municipal development bonds to be backed by income tax collections.
After vetting the securities formed from bad mortgages, Clayton Holdings is now helping banks – and the federal government – work through those loans.
IBM is a major supporter of Startup America.