Bank of England and other lenders are experimenting anew with the “correspondent” business model.
In a stunning development, the U.S. Coast Guard reported the sinking of the tall ship HMS Bounty.
Starwood Capital Group is acquiring InTown Suites, an extended-stay hotel chain with nearly 140 properties totaling 18,000 rooms.
Maplewood Senior Living has finished construction on its two senior living communities in East Norwalk and Darien.
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.
Webster Financial Corp. hired a BNY Mellon and Goldman Sachs veteran to lead its private banking operations.
Panelists from Westchester and Fairfield counties spoke as part of the event “Out of the Box,” hosted Sept. 27 by the Business Journals.
Even as CEO Des Hague concocts a leveraged buyout of Centerplate, his chefs are leveraging creativity to the hilt in the Stamford giant’s kitchens.
In lower Fairfield County, more than 3,000 people now work at least one day a week from home compared five years earlier.
The Greenwich 2012 Food+Wine Festival peaks on Saturday, Oct. 6, featuring local chefs and a performance by The Greg Allman Band.
A back-to-basics ad campaign and sponsorship of the London Olympic games won General Electric Co. the sixth slot on Interbrand’s ranking of global brands.
Charter Communications is advertising for dozens of new corporate jobs in Stamford, with its new CEO a Fairfield County resident.
Stamford – and by extension perhaps, Bridgeport – won a spot on a list of “nine cities you wouldn’t think are hubs for tech startups” run by Entrepreneur Magazine.
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi is among the 10 best-paid woman executives in the United States, according to Fortune.
Backed by Olympus Partners, Centerplate CEO Des Hague is organizing a management-led buyout of the concessions giant.