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Broadway producers, Conn. co. hoodwinked

Authorities arrested a Long Island man and charged him with defrauding a Connecticut real estate company of $750,000 – and cheating producers of a Broadway show as well.

Report: Stamford ferry under study

The city of Stamford reportedly has hired a Hartford consultant to again assess the viability of a Manhattan commuter ferry.

Report: Cohens give $5m for Stamford park

The Steven A. and Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation reportedly is donating $5 million to the Mill River Collaborative.

New Canaan resident named PwC leader

After working for PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P. for more than 20 years, New Canaan resident Paula Loop has been named the New York metro region assurance leader

In People’s archipelago, no Ocean State

At a recent investor conference, People’s United Bank’s CEO addressed the question of why the company has not included Rhode Island in its recent expansion

UPenn researchers propose new high-speed rail route

Researchers have proposed an alternate route for high-speed rail that would sidestep western Connecticut and Westchester County in favor of a tunnel across the Long Island Sound from New Haven.

Millstone back to capacity

Millstone Power Station is operating again at regular capacity.

Shutdown at Waterford nuclear power plant

Warm waters in the Long Island Sound forced a shutdown of a Millstone nuclear unit in Waterford.

Counties’ future depends on youth

Realtors from Westchester and Fairfield counties gathered July 24 to discuss ideas and ways to attract growth in a sluggish market and stagnant area.

Forget bears and bulls, it’s a lobster market

If you’re dining table does not quite conjure up the setting of Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough in Noank or other seafood shacks heading up the New England coast, you’ll never get a better deal on a “staycation-style” lobster roll.

People’s United expands on L.I.

People’s United Financial Inc. completed a deal to take over RBS Citizens bank branches in Stop & Shop supermarkets on Long Island.

Virtual office suites gain ground

With virtual and flex offices long an option for home-based entrepreneurs, a Denver company has made it an opportunity as well, offering virtual office...

Fairfield County traffic: 5th worst

A new study finds Fairfield County has among the five worst traffic jams in the country.

Private business a powerful engine for economic growth

Private business as good neighbors, but not global competitors? Not true, says the head of a local business group.

CEO puts know-how to the test in N.Y.

After absorbing $111 million in charge offs on Long Island, People’s United is expanding again in New York.