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Dillman joins Gateway as president

Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Headshot of Dillman and Photo of Gateway Terminal New Haven In BJ100719 – Fairfield – Artwork) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx James Dillman, who has more than 30 years of experience in...

Sweeten brings client/contractor matchmaking service to area

The seven-year-old company has nearly $900 million in construction projects in the pipeline.

Danbury security/surveillance company acquired by branch of private equity firm

ComNet manufactures and distributes fiber optic, copper and wireless video and data transmission equipment for security and surveillance purposes.

Stamford Innovation Center broadens its tech reach beyond the city

Via its first Stamford Technology Week and inaugural Northeast Hackathon, the Center is aiming to bring the area's tech community closer together.

Connecticut Port Authority chair touring coastal towns to develop maritime strategy

Port Authority Board Chairman Scott Bates indicates that the county will be the subject of "intense focus."

US Coast Guard: HMS Bounty lost

In a stunning development, the U.S. Coast Guard reported the sinking of the tall ship HMS Bounty.

Port study cites Bridgeport issues

A consultant determined Connecticut should invest more money in New Haven’s and New London’s port facilities than those in Bridgeport.

McMahon to make good on debt

Linda McMahon and husband Vince McMahon will pay in full all creditors listed in a 1976 bankruptcy filing by the couple.

Yale, UConn, Fairfield U. stand out in rankings

Yale University, the University of Connecticut, and Fairfield University earned top spots in U.S. News and World Report’s latest installment of national college rankings. (Updated)

A walkway runs through it

Great developments start with a focal point – in many cases, something has simple as a picturesque walkway

Two get Small Business Express funding

Two Fairfield County companies are in line for grants under Connecticut’s Small Business Express program.

Taking the measure of reform

In Connecticut and elsewhere, businesses and other groups spoke as loudly as teachers in the debate over school reform.