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Sacred Heart University debuts undergraduate program in hospitality, resort and tourism...

John Chalykoff, dean of the university’s Jack Welch College of Business, stated, "There is a lot of demand and a variety of opportunities in hospitality, which is why we developed this program."

New Canaan’s Roger Sherman Inn reinvents itself again

First built in the 18th century as a minister's residence, the 17-room Roger Sherman Inn is undergoing a new transformation emphasizing the fine dining experience.

Business travel drives Fairfield and Westchester counties’ still lagging hotel market

Many hotels in Fairfield and Westchester attract corporate guests attending conferences in the region or meetings with companies headquartered here.

The Granola Bar plans new outlets in Stamford and Rye

Eatery chain teams with Trilynx Partners on expansion.

Sikorsky engineer moves from Black Hawks to tabouli

Mahmoud Karanouh, owner of Fairfield's Zazi Mediterranean Grill, mixes old classics with healthy new ingredients.

NY adds almost 6,000 jobs, unemployment rate in HV increases

New York state's job market continues to improve, though unemployment in the Hudson Valley increased year to year.

Icon to set Chelsea’s Table

The founder of Stonyfield Yogurt is opening a café, restaurant and catering operation at Chelsea Piers.

Legal briefs

XL sued a defunct Greenwich hedge fund, and other law news in Fairfield County.

In the field

Connecticut extracted merger concessions from Northeast Utilities, and other news affecting Fairfield County businesses.

In the field

For a brief moment in time, UTC’s workforce dipped below the 200,000 mark, and other news on Fairfield County business.

Gold coastal property

A Paris retailer is opening a Greenwich store, and other real estate news in Fairfield County.

Hot growth for Starwood

Starwood Hotels increased its U.S. workforce more than 17 percent in 2011.

Hotel tax could be ‘tough sell’ in Albany

Several municipalities in Westchester want to enact local hotel-room taxes that might not have support from state lawmakers in Albany.

Empire City state’s highest-grossing racetrack casino in 2011

A new report from the New York Gaming Association shows the state’s nine racetrack casinos contributed nearly $2 billion in economic activity last year.

In the field

The SEC is stepping up scrutiny of private equity firms, and other news impacting Fairfield County businesses.