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Stamford Hospital only county acute care facility to avoid readmissions penalty

Twenty-six of 29 Connecticut hospitals received penalties, while on a national level, 83% of hospitals evaluated by the program were penalized by an average of 0.7%.

Danbury financial planner brings first Singularity University chapter to region

Reby is also looking to attract interest from Litchfield County and Hartford.

Lamont forms transit-oriented development task force in Fairfield County

Norwalk Chief of Economic and Community Development Jessica Casey is co-chairing the effort, with Christie Stewart, director of the Fairfield County Center for Housing Opportunity, providing support.

Forever 21 files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy; fate of stores unknown

“This does NOT mean that we are going out of business," the clothing retailer insists in a letter to its customers.

Suite Talk: P.J. Prunty, president and CEO of the Greater Danbury...

"If you are familiar with the West Side of Danbury, there seems to be a new restaurant popping up every other day," said Prunty.

Danbury author examines how robots can be our friends in new...

John Patrick’s book details advances made utilizing robots and AI in a host of industries, from agriculture, manufacturing and in the home to banking, insurance and health care.

Suite Talk: Daniel E. Casagrande, partner at Cramer & Anderson LLP

"There are too many graduates out there now chasing too few jobs," said Casagrande.

Post-merger, Engraved Products LLC returns to area, poised for aggressive growth

“We should be able to double our size in terms of revenue in about two years," says owner Graves Kiely. "And if it goes faster than that, that’s great.”

Groups in 14 county municipalities approved for Neighborhood Assistance Act grants

The program is structured so that businesses that make charitable contributions to a qualified program are eligible to receive a credit, valued at 60% to 100% of the amount contributed, on their state corporate income tax.

$1M study to determine feasibility of reopening Danbury-to-Southeast rail line

The Maybrook Line began rail service in 1892 and ended service in 1974.

CSCU college consolidation plan still facing plenty of opposition

“There is always going to be a reaction to substantial change,” says newly installed CSCU regional president Thomas Coley, whose oversight includes Bridgeport's Housatonic and Norwalk Community College, “which is what you’re witnessing now. It takes time and conversation.”

Forever 21 reportedly latest retail chain to consider bankruptcy

If true, Forever 21’s bankruptcy would follow in the recent footsteps of a number of high-profile stores like Payless, Toys R Us and Charlotte Russe.

Ethan Allen to open more Design Centers in U.S., abroad

During fiscal 2020, the Danbury company plans to open Design Centers in Houston; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; McLean, Virginia; Rancho Mirage, California; and Tyson's Corner, Virginia, as well as several yet-to-be-named international sites.

Lord & Taylor chain sold for $100 million

Purchaser Le Tote said it expects to extend employment offers to “the vast majority” of L&T employees, including those in such locations as Danbury, Stamford, Scarsdale and Yonkers.

Danbury seniors community Lakeview part of $346.6M portfolio sale

The acquired portfolio covers 5,230 developed sites and more than 460 expansion sites for development.