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MGM touts entertainment as key to turning Empire City into major...

“What we can do for Yonkers, for Westchester, can be achieved if we get live gaming and full-scale gaming, in terms of sports betting, in terms of live table games, providing more entertainment whether it’s in terms of theatrical or sports entertainment,” says MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren.

Utiliz expands service offering to Maryland market

“Energy deregulation has the potential to empower millions of consumers to make better, more affordable and more sustainable energy choices,” said Utiliz CEO Cami Boehme.

BI pays $95M in whistleblower case

Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. is paying $95 million to settle federal allegations it improperly marketed multiple drugs and paid kickbacks to doctors.

Conn. debuts green building tax credit

Connecticut is readying to award tax credits for “green” buildings.

PE fundraising doubles in Q2

As Greenfield Partners readied a new fund, a report found that private equity capital raising more than doubled in the second quarter.

Pitney Bowes sales down

As it nears the launch of Volly, Pitney Bowes saw overall sales drop for its mainstay mail business.

M&A primed for rebound, survey finds

Multiple sources expect an increase in mergers and acquisitions after a first-quarter lull.

Lonza not long for Norwalk

Six months after acquiring Arch Chemicals, Lonza is leaving Norwalk.

‘Get this done’

Connecticut still has a chance to make real education reform a reality, says a CBIA lobbyist.

In the field

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

Don’t rock the boat, baby

Forget Dramamine – a Shelton company has moved onto a far more debilitating peril on the open seas.

In brief

News and notes from around Fairfield County.