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Connecticut is 4th most unionized state in nation

The Nutmeg State trailed only New York, Hawaii and Alaska in 2016; bringing up the rear was South Carolina.

Ex-Jeffries trader found guilty of securities fraud

Jesse C. Litvak also found not guilty on nine additional fraud charges.

Feds indict Rockland man for fake school bus repairs and bribery

Richard Brega allegedly created fraudulent invoices and billed the agency for $86,000 for preventative maintenance on buses that were never brought in for service.

Iona College plans North Avenue restaurant, gourmet market

The New Rochelle college's proposed SAGE Cafe would occupy the ground floor of a seven-story residence hall that opened last year.

New data details Connecticut’s smoking problem

The state spent nothing last year on tobacco reduction and prevention policies.

Housing sales in lower Hudson Valley show strength despite inventory shortage

Fourth-quarter property sales were up 2.2 percent year-over-year across the region, with 4,536 residential sales of single-family houses, condominiums, cooperatives and two- to four-family buildings in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Orange counties.

Stamford design firm MKDA moving to Shippan Landing

The move coincides with MKDA Stamford's 10th anniversary.

Q4 sales down in Fairfield County’s residential market

Sales activity within the Fairfield County residential market ended 2016 with something of a whimper, according to new data released by Douglas Elliman Real...

Ex-pro wrestler takes new approach to pain elimination therapy

Chris Kalisz combines personal training, massage and physical therapy into The Mobility Project.

Westchester Medical Center to use Philips’ genomics for personalized care

Westchester Medical Center will use genomic technology from the Dutch tech company Royal Philips to tailor personalized cancer treatments to patients in its 10-hospital network.

Crowdfunding takes aim at commercial real estate

But investment activity in Westchester and Fairfield Counties is, to date, minimal.

CompHealth moves from Norwalk to Trumbull

Health care staffing firm CompHealth, a subsidiary of CHG Healthcare in Salt Lake City, is relocating its headquarters from Norwalk to Trumbull. CompHealth, which...

Greenwich Hospital completes emergency department renovations

Last year, the hospital handled more than 40,000 emergency visits -- about 110 patients a day.

Diageo posts solid results, driven by U.S. spirits sales

North American whiskey net sales were up 15 percent, led by Crown Royal and Bulleit bourbon.

Sarah Lawrence College names Cristle Collins Judd new president

Judd will replace Karen R. Lawrence, who will step down in July. She will be the 11th president in the school's 91-year history.