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In Norwalk, nation’s standards keepers account for cloud computing

FASB is deliberating on creating accounting standards that apply to how the private sector itemizes the cloud-computing software solution.

Godavari, a South Indian restaurant chain, to open in Norwalk

This is the second Godavari restaurant in Connecticut, following the September 2016 opening of an eatery in East Hartford.

Bobby Q’s Cue & Co. reopens in Norwalk

The restaurant’s owners also operate Bobby Q's Pit Stop in Riverside.

MyEyeDr signs 10-year lease in Norwalk’s Rainbow Plaza

The optometry/eye care center chain operates over 300 offices nationwide.

Priceline Group posts 21 percent revenue rise in 2nd quarter

The Norwalk firm booked 170 million room nights in the quarter, up 21 percent over the same period last year.

Frontier Communications takes a beating in second quarter

Total revenue was down 11.7 percent hit year-over-year to $2.3 billion.

Diageo posts higher earnings; names ex-Xerox chief to board

Diageo PLC reported its operating profit, excluding one-time items, climbed 20 percent to $4.73 billion for the fiscal year ended June 30.

Emcor posts second-quarter results

Results were slightly down for the second quarter, but up for the six-month period.

CONECT hosts vigil for Norwalk retailer ordered to be deported by...

According to a Facebook statement issued by the nonprofit Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut (CONECT), Jung Courville has been in the U.S. since 1999 and has been married to Richard Courville, a U.S. citizen, since 2003.

Connecticut Senate narrowly approves $1.57B union concessions deal

Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman cast the tie-breaking vote in a Senate divided on the deal along party lines.

Saltwater, SoNo’s newest restaurant, to open Wednesday

The new Washington Street seafood restaurant is owned by Hector Correa and Carlos Lopez.

Fairfield County community colleges offering in-state tuition rates for out-of-state residents

Norwalk Community College, Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, and the Danbury campus of Waterbury-based Naugatuck Valley Community College are instituting the policy in time for fall registration.

Movies on the marquee, risotto on the menu at Bow Tie...

The Ridgefield-based chain is joining the trend of offering large reclining seats and full food and adult beverage menus to the moviegoing experience.

Nonprofit STAR Inc. opening New Canaan office

The organization anticipates renovations to be completed no later than Oct. 1 and hopes to start moving computers, supplies and furnishings in late September.

Stew Leonard’s recalls hot dogs

The recall does not include Stew Leonard’s Naked brand of grass-fed hot dogs.