A Pennsylvania company unveiled its plans for an $800 million casino in western Mass. where Mohegan Sun hopes to build.
Connecticut has $121 million in new federal funding to support construction of a high-speed rail commuter line.
Northeast Utilities’ embattled former CEO got a 17 percent pay boost thanks to the NStar merger.
Pepperidge Farm’s new 34,000-square-foot innovation center reflects the company’s strategy to drive business growth.
Only a handful of Fairfield County restaurants signed on for “Farm-to-Chef Week” in Connecticut.
Jim Calhoun is retiring as coach of the University of Connecticut’s men’s basketball team.
Green Beacon Solutions, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management solutions (CRM) company headquartered in Newton, Mass., opened a new office this week outside of Hartford.
Like many Connecticut inclusions on this year’s Inc. 500 list, Inspira Marketing has proven adept at finding the nuanced nugget that generates big growth.
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.
Alere Inc. acquired the remaining shares of Standing Stone Inc. it did not already own.
Mohegan Sun will take over operation of the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J.
Kayak Software Corp. quietly took a lease on a new headquarters in Stamford’s Harbor Point district.
Stamford investor Warren Kanders is acquiring the Safariland business he once ran.
Great developments start with a focal point – in many cases, something has simple as a picturesque walkway
Kayak priced its long-awaited IPO, expected for next week.