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Mount Kisco HomeGoods property sells for $6.8M, but in a unique...

Involved in bringing about the HomeGoods sale was New York City-based real estate investment brokerage firm B+E. It has developed a transactional platform on the internet specializing in the sale of net lease commercial properties occupied by a single tenant and 1031 exchanges.

CT and NY attorneys general join multistate antitrust probe of Google

New York Attorney General Letitia James also launched a separate antitrust probe of Facebook.

In search of the right SEO agency

"If a company can’t show you their results, it is because they’re not doing it the right way," said Develomark's Ruan Marinho.

Google says CT reaped $5.43B in economic activity from its search...

Connecticut ranked 15th for total economic impact driven by Google's services.

Michael Guberti: Four ways to get more positive reviews for your...

Reviews can be a powerful marketing tool for businesses as 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.

DIY web building? Not for Scott Lipow

Lipow, president of Fairfield-based Six7 Marketing, explains the basic tenets of successful website design and SEO strategies.

Google says it pumped $2.7 billion into CT economy last year

Nationwide, Google said its tools helped generate $222 billion of economic activity for 1.5 million businesses, website publishers, and nonprofits in 2016.

Social media still yields no pot of gold for advertisers

New focus spurred by Facebook's independent audit of advertising metrics.

Self-driving cars could crash personal auto insurance sector

A KPMG executive used the term “significant turmoil” to describe the future, with “business models flipped upside down.”

Small-business web push in Naugatuck Valley

Chamber battles a small-business Internet gap.

The rise of Google Plus

What is the second most popular social network after Facebook? No, it’s not Twitter or LinkedIn. I admit it; I was also surprised to discover it’s Google+.

Conn. AG announces $7M settlement with Google

Connecticut has reached a $7 million, multi-state settlement with Google Inc. over claims that the search engine giant collected data from unsecured wireless networks through its Street View vehicles.

As smartphones proliferate, so does patent law

The explosion of smartphones has caused an increase in patent litigation and the visibility of patent law.

How private is your email? Not at all, experts say

The Gen. Petraeus scandal helped shine the spotlight on email and Internet messaging privacy regulations. Many people weren’t and still aren’t fully aware of how accessible their information online really is.

SOS? Not with SEO

If you're not applying search engine optimization (SEO) best practices to your website, it’s likely no one will find it through a simple Google search.