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The Dowling Group names Ryan as managing partner

W. Joseph Ryan will also be chief investment officer for the Greenwich-based firm.

State-led credit finance fund announced for New York business

A $200 million investment has helped create the New York Credit Small Business Investment Company Fund, which will deliver returns to the state pension fund.

Over 40 Females to host finance talk

Minetto's in Stamford is the venue; AXA executive to speak.

Female executives discuss work-life balance

Three successful female leaders in finance share stories of leadership development and work-life balance.

Column: Overhead is over my head

Is overhead dragging your business down?

Public-private solar leasing program expands

Connecticut, in partnership with U.S. Bancorp and a consortium of lenders, has amassed nearly $60 million in financing to help expand a 2008 solar leasing program that has already facilitated more than 850 home solar system leases.

Column: Time for a midyear checkup on finances

As long as your company needs to borrow money, think of the bank as a partner that needs to be kept informed.

MasterCard increases cash return to shareholders

MasterCard recently announced increased cash dividends for shareholders and a new share repurchase program.

Area banks offer financial forgiveness to storm victims

Apple Bank and M&T Bank are offering fee waivers and leniency to those who have fallen on hard times due to Hurricane Sandy.

Report: Murphy faced foreclosure action

Chase initiated foreclosure proceedings on a Cheshire home of U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy in 2007, according to the Hartford Courant.

Hiring numbers disappoint as unemployment drops to 8.1 percent

Hiring slowed in August as U.S. employers added 96,000 jobs, according to a report released this morning by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, with the gains falling far below projections.

No more write-offs

Going into an agreement, it’s important to be clear about what things cost. Unexpected expenses can easily lead to a shortfall in payments.

Bankers see looser credit in 2012

A panel of bankers says there is always money available for strong companies and alternatives for troubled ones.

Hotline offers free tax advice

The annual Tax Hotline Day is set for Feb. 11, with some two dozen CPAs from the Westchester chapter of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants staffing phones to answer tax-filing questions from the public.

Prepare for the unexpected

The first quarter can always be tricky. Preparing for unexpected bumps can pay a lot of dividends.