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Nominations sought for new Best Companies in Fairfield County competition

The winners will be honored at a special awards event during the week of April 27.

Print journalism: Because it still matters

Our new tagline – ‘Print journalism: Because it still matters’ – seems particularly prescient in light of the recent decision by Verizon to end its arrangement with the Rye Brook-based Regional News Network (RNN) to produce local news channels for Fios cable TV.

Fairfield County Business Journal announces 2019 40 Under 40 winners

The winners will be honored at an awards reception on June 11 at 5:30 p.m. at LaKota Oaks in Norwalk.

CPAs honored at Beyond the Bottom Line event

Professionals who hold businesses accountable were honored at the awards ceremony honoring CPAs on Nov. 10 at the Whitby Castle.

Galt, Synchrony and Walmart CEOs share insights at CEO Evolution

Current and past executives from Walmart, Synchrony Financial and Galt & Co. shared their business expertise across a broad range of topics at the recent 2016 CEO Evolution panel.

Doctors of Distinction honor patients, mentors and family in moving tribute

The recent 2016 Fairfield County Doctors of Distinction awards was a heartfelt evening honoring medical professionals from throughout the region for their tireless efforts and dedication to the communities and patients they serve.

All in the family

Family-Owned Business Awards ceremony Oct. 10.

CFO spotlight: The power of numbers

Westfair Communications Inc., hosts with sponsors TD Bank and McGladrey, the second annual CFO of Year Awards Oct. 2 at Hotel Zero Degrees in Norwalk.

Welcome to the Winners Circle

The Fairfield County Business Journal is introducing a biweekly feature called Winners Circle that will take a look at the top women business executives and top attorneys, men and women, in the region.

After 40 years

The convergence of the 40th anniversary of Title IX and the 40 Under 40 awards was not lost on one prominent observer.