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Stamford’s Taylor Design: Local focus, international reach

Hospitals, universities, air freight companies, and even fish farms, are growth sectors for the graphic design firm.

Small businesses pilot Peekskill’s future on the Hudson

With arts, entrepreneurs and waterfront parkland, Peekskill reinvents itself as a postindustrial river city

After Sandy, how smart is ‘smart growth?’

Waterfront developers might revisit their design and construction plans in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Conn. reopens highways

Connecticut reopened its highways Tuesday in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, but Metro-North Railroad remained closed.

Lending growth resumes – sort of

While overall lending is up in Connecticut, small business credit remains flat.

Presstek takes private equity offer

American Industrial Partners is acquiring Presstek, which has reeled off several years of beleaguered results.

A walkway runs through it

Great developments start with a focal point – in many cases, something has simple as a picturesque walkway

After March frost, SBA extends loans

SBA is extending “economic injury” loans to businesses in western Connecticut impacted by frosts that struck New York farms in March.

In the field

Pat Callahan is wrapping up a 30-year career at Pepperidge Farm, and other Fairfield County business news.

Exodus at Presstek

The CEO of Presstek left for a job with Xerox Corp., with two other executives also exiting.

Business briefs

Fairfield County business news in brief.

IBM on board with Startup America

IBM is a major supporter of Startup America.

Looking for loans

Project financing remains difficult in this economy.