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Renaissance Westchester Hotel closing permanently; sale negotiations reported

The Renaissance Westchester Hotel at 80 West Red Oak Lane in West Harrison, which had announced a temporary closing during the Covid-19 outbreak, will...

Nestlé selling Stamford-based bottled water business for $4.3 billion

The deal includes such brands as Poland Spring, Deer Park, Ozarka, Arrowhead, Ice Mountain and Pure Life.

Nestlé Waters North America taps Mercé as president/CEO

Fernando Mercé is replacing Tim Brown, who resigned in early March to become president/chief operating officer of Greek yogurt company Chobani.

Harvest Hill Beverage Co. acquiring Nutrament from Nestlé

When completed, Stamford-based Harvest Hill will have acquired 47 brands from 18 different corporate sellers.

Nestlé hosts two wind turbines at bottling plant

Nestlé Waters North America, based in Stamford, announced last month that it will be hosting its first two wind turbines at its bottling plant in Cabazon, Calif.

New owners plan ‘edgy’ look for former Nestle HQ

New owners are planning a major facelift for a Bloomingdale Road office building in White Plains.

Nestle Waters North America CEO to retire

Kim Jeffery, president and CEO of Nestle Waters North America Inc., will step down Feb. 1, 2013, following a distinguished career with the Stamford beverage company.

Nestle to donate 5.4 million bottles of water

Nestle Waters North America plans to donate more than 5.4 million bottles of water to New York and New Jersey communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

Study: GE brand in top 6

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.

Manhattan fund moving to Stamford

Tweedy Browne Co. L.L.C. is moving its headquarters from New York City to Stamford.

Nestle Waters leads with HQ

The Connecticut Green Building Council gave Nestle Waters its top award.

On every shelf – but not for sale

Salad dressing makers, it turns out, benefited in the recession as diners restocked their refrigerators rather than going out to eat.   With the biggest companies...

Location is never just about incentives

No fiscally sound company makes a choice based solely on incentives. Can incentives provide a “tipping point” in the decision process or allow a new company to reach profitability sooner? Yes, and those are the best uses for incentives.

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