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CareCentrix to open Stamford office

First Five company expands beyond agreement.

With $27M package, Pitney Bowes to stay in Stamford

Mail giant latest First Five company.

Navigators docks into Stamford

The company is the 10th selected under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s First Five and Next Five initiatives.

Bridgewater HQ anchors in Stamford

The $750 million headquarters will include new public waterfront access.

Report: Charter mulling Time Warner deal

Charter Communications Inc. is said to be involved in merger talks between media mogul John C. Malone and Time Warner Cable.

Alexion breaks ground on New Haven headquarters

The roughly $100 million project is seen as central to the Downtown Crossing/Route 34 East urban revitalization project, which seeks to bridge New Haven's downtown with its medical district.

Insurance group to relocate HQ to Stamford

The Navigators Group Inc. has been offered state incentives through Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's "Next Five" economic development program, which provides taxpayer assistance to companies that pledge to create at least 200 jobs in Connecticut.

Legislators spar over Malloy policies

State legislators were quick to critique Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s economic development polices at a legislative panel March 19 hosted by the Business Council of Fairfield County.

GE to sell NBC stake for $16.7B

Three years and change after announcing plans to reduce its stake in NBCUniversal in a deal with Comcast Corp., General Electric Co. has agreed to sell its remaining 49 percent stake to the cable provider for $16.7 billion.

Malloy addresses state of the state

Outlining a dozen of the state’s different programs and initiatives aimed at job growth, business leaders and state representative met Nov. 20 at Fairfield University to discuss the “State of the State.”

Do the math

With the Next Five incentive program moving full steam ahead, is it time for Connecticut to re-examine its investment strategy?

Cigna announces 4 percent global staff reduction

Bloomfield-based Cigna is cutting approximately 1,300 employees, including 200 in Connecticut, as part of a global “realignment and efficiency plan” detailed during the company’s third quarter earnings release conference call.

WWE wants to be in ‘Next Five’

WWE became the first company to publicly lobby for tax incentives under Connecticut’s “Next Five” program.

Malloy addresses Stamford businesses

Ringing in the Stamford Chamber of Commerce’s 25th anniversary, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy addressed members and state politicians Sept. 27, touting the state’s economic recovery since the recession.

Connecticut unfurls new ad campaign

After focusing the initial phase of Connecticut’s new “Still Revolutionary” advertising campaign on tourism, the next phase features cutting-edge companies here.