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Danbury’s FuellCell Energy makes deal with U.K. power company

Drax Power Station is the largest single-site renewable power generator in the U.K.

CSCU passes budget; financial hit for colleges less than expected

According to revised estimates from the state comptroller’s office, the cost of fringe benefits will be less than expected, though the precise impact on such community colleges as Norwalk and Housatonic is uncertain.

Motion PT Group acquires therapy practices in Fairfield, Westchester counties

Motion PT Group’s portfolio now consists of more than 100 locations in nine states.

United Technologies-Raytheon merger impact on CT uncertain

Nearly all of UTC’s 19,000 employees are expected to remain in Connecticut, but parallels to GE's leaving Fairfield for Boston are easy for some to make.

Fairfield County a big draw for entry-level homebuyers

“Right now, the condo market is very strong," said Douglas Elliman’s Scott Elwell.

Monroe’s Veracious Brewing: Steady growth in face of legislative threats

Veracious’ output of 1,000 barrels a year is a far cry from the approximately 60,000 that Stratford brewing behemoth Two Roads puts out annually, but then that kind of production has never been the Szamatulskis’ plan.

Key to Savings Bank of Danbury’s 170 years: Community

On its first day, the bank took in eight deposits totaling $15; today it has assets under management of over $1 billion.

$15 minimum wage could dampen business climate, some observers say

“Our business is growing – but I’m not sure if it’s going to continue to do so in Connecticut," says one Danbury business owner.

FuelCell Energy completes $35.4 million acquisition; still faces financial troubles

Nasdaq has threatened to delist FuelCell Energy if its stock price fails to reach $1 and stay there for 10 consecutive days by May 28.

Interim CEOs named at Norwalk Community College, three others

Meanwhile, faculty at five community colleges and two state universities have delivered votes of no confidence in a plan to consolidate the state's 12 community colleges into one system.

Union Savings Bank elects four new corporators

"They will serve as ambassadors and liaisons for the bank, allowing us to ensure we are providing the best possible service to our customers," says bank president and CEO Cynthia Merkle.

Malls facing an uncertain future – even before SoNo Collection arrives

Even as the area anxiously awaits the much-hyped opening of the SoNo Collection megamall in Norwalk, there are conflicting signs about just how healthy the shopping mall sector is.

Newtown Savings Bank making ‘Power of Local’ rebrand more than just...

Newtown Savings Bank’s new tagline — “The Power of Local” — comes with what President Ken Weinstein says is a twist: They really mean it.

Danbury ascendant: Booming on nearly all fronts, but will state measures...

Mayor Mark Boughton credits a solid budget, the addition of 900 new businesses last year, and no tax increase as reasons to be cheerful; the nine-term mayor's November opponent maintains that "we need a new vision going forward.”

Danbury’s FuelCell Energy cuts 135 jobs as losses continue to mount

The swooning company's stock stood at 99 cents on Oct. 16 and closed last night at 28 cents; it has until May 28 to attain and hold at $1 or risk delisting from the Nasdaq.