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Pace University’s James Sterngold distances school from college admissions scandal

James Sterngold said the silver lining in what he described as “the dark cloud” of the scandal was that it emphasized that a college degree is more important than ever before.

Xerox names Anne Marie Squeo chief communications and brand officer

Squeo was part of the Wall Street Journal reporting team that won the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.

Chris Salem points out highs, lows on road to business success

"When people say affirmations but don’t support it with actions, the affirmations are often meaningless," said the Danbury-based business coach.

Realtor Craig Oshrin takes a sociable approach to social media

Craig Oshrin, a Realtor in the Darien office of Coldwell Banker, discusses his approach to social media messaging.

Connecticut seeks RFPs for alternative radio access network

The state is asking the RFP bidders to offer strategies that will not require the allocation of state funds for the alternative radio access network’s creation and maintenance.

Greenwich’s Hope Hicks reportedly named White House communications director

Unlike the front-and-center Anthony Scaramucci, who lasted for a volatile 10 days on the job, Hope Hicks has mostly been a behind-the-scenes presence at the White House.

Ex-Navy SEAL Carl Higbie prepares politicians and companies for their close-ups

Greenwich-based Carl Higbie is at home on both sides of the camera.

New marketing director at Maritime Aquarium

Former Media Storm managing director joins the staff of the Norwalk nonprofit.

“What all of us do every day”

An Avon, Conn., writer opines corporate communications is not exactly the picture of health.

Somers business runs in the family

Mirinet Communications Corp. dials a new direction for the Mancinis.

Verizon strike impact downplayed … for now

A lengthy stoppage at Verizon would likely have an impact on service.

Bridge to serve a Time Warner data link

Authority should reap a profit after four years

Making ‘social’ money

The new year will be about how to make money off social media.

Pitney Bowes goes postal over patents

Pitney Bowes sues over a web site allowing homeowners to view images of mail.

Wireless franchise opens in Bridgeport

Middletown-based Wireless Zone has opened operations in Bridgeport.