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Danbury financial planner brings first Singularity University chapter to region

Reby is also looking to attract interest from Litchfield County and Hartford.

Israel offers U.S. companies great economic opportunities, says former Ambassador Daniel...

Shapiro also noted potential partnerships exist for U.S. companies in the Palestinian Territories.

IBM’s Watson moves out of Yorktown

IBM Corp.'s new business unit will develop Watson-powered business solution in New York City's East Village.

Column: Will competitors blindside you too?

Stay relevant and recognize that, yes, you do have competition out there.

Cuomo charts course for economic growth

Gov. Andrew Cuomo will rely on regional economic development councils and academic and private sector partners in his 2013 plan for economic growth and high-tech enterprise.

Global innovation drives new Pace dean

Amar Gupta, new dean at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, envisions global knowledge factories and vending machines dispensing prescription drugs.

‘Innovation Ecosystem’ hatches

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy formally launched Connecticut’s new “Innovation Ecosystem.”

The Socratic method

With innovation hub funds awarded in Stamford and New Haven, the question is whether Connecticut can build a self-sustaining engine of startup growth

Innovation summit coming to New Haven in November

The annual Northeast Innovation Summit is scheduled for Nov. 1 in New Haven.

Arts for elders program honored

The Wartburg Adult Care Community in Mount Vernon is awarded for its innovative creative arts program for senior citizens.

Startup programs accelerate

Connecticut Innovations is accepting applications through Aug. 15 from entrepreneurial teams interested in participating in the fall TechStart accelerator program. Separately, late last month, the...

Fairfield gears up for mobile app possibilities

Imagine that instead of a clipboard, your doctor is holding all your medical records, X-rays and prescriptions on a tablet. In today’s mobile market, the...

Keith Reynolds Interview

In an “Online” interview, Reynolds talked about “IP,” or Internet protocol, radiation security and why it’s all relevant to business.

Va. biotech to build ACL startup in Connecticut

Soft Tissue Regeneration is relocating from Charlottesville, Va., to Connecticut.

The rethought privy

Royal Restrooms’ upscale portable-toilets make hitting the throne on the road a near-regal experience.