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Conn. car dealers renewing battle against ‘Tesla Bill’

As written, HB 7097 would “allow the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles to issue a new or used car dealer’s license to an electric vehicle manufacturer,” not just Tesla.

Sena Studios brings Dobbs Ferry woman’s vision to the big screen

Natalie Sena formed her film production company, Sena Studios, in 2016. The company produced two short films in 2016 and is now raising money to develop its first feature film in 2017.

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.

White Plains takes another swing at establishing an IDA

The city council has passed similar legislation, called a home rule request, to start up a White Plains Industrial Development Agency in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Is the IRS targeting small businesses for audits?

Some experts argue cash intensive businesses are being singled out for special attention.

Former Fleishmann distillery complex in Peekskill sold for $15M

Converted for mixed commercial uses more than a quarter-century ago, the property on Peekskill's Charles Point opened as a gin distillery in 1901.

Norwalk insulation company sold to Daytona Beach firm

According to buyer TopBuild, Mr. Insulfoam had annual revenues of approximately $2 million.

Frontier’s revenue down in fourth quarter

Fourth-quarter revenues were less than the third quarter's, but were a 70.5 percent rise on a year-over-year basis thanks largely to its $10.5 billion acquisition of Verizon's business in three states.

CT delegation to rebuke Trump policies with special guests for tonight’s...

The guests of the lawmakers were chosen to represent Muslim immigration, health care and gun control.

7Sisters Project to host summit at Manhattanville College

Conversation topics range from body image and bullying to fashion and relationships. The conversations also invite participation from audience members.

Conn. is nation’s 12th ‘best state,’ says U.S. News

According to a new survey, the state finished No. 2 for gender equality, No. 3 for educational attainment, No. 3 for college readiness, No. 3 for state integrity and No. 7 for public safety.

Zodiac Industries of Port Chester files for bankruptcy

Company President Frank Pasqualini said in an affidavit that financial troubles stem from a dispute with Local 38 of the Sheet Metal Workers International Association.

Dr. Mary Beth Walsh will retire as Burke CEO after 22...

Dr. Walsh, who ends her 37-year tenure at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital on April 1, will be succeeded by Montefiore Health System's Jeffrey Menkes.

Dick’s Sporting Goods announces opening events for Norwalk store

New York Giants running back Paul Perkins will make a guest appearance at the store on March 18.

State seeks bidders, speeds up timeline for $150 million Woodbury infrastructure...

The plan is to expand the Route 32 corridor, replace the Route 32 bridge over Route 17 and reconfigure the ramp leading to I-87.