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Norwalk’s Triax Technologies uses high-tech to mitigate construction site risk

Company chief executive Peter Schermerhorn believed Triax was "in a unique position to make Connecticut a favorable place for us to do business."

Impact Fairfield County delivers $100K grants to pair of nonprofits

The Center for Family Justice’s Pro Bono Civil Legal Center for Victims of Domestic Violence and Kids in Crisis’ KidTalk program were selected from 38 applicants.

Pinstripes bowling and bocce concept bistro coming to SoNo Collection

The Norwalk location is currently hiring for a number of positions, including sous chef and front of house manager.

Diageo’s Smirnoff brand debuts Zero Sugar Infusions

The product is being introduced in television commercials featuring Ted Danson and Cecily Strong.

Norwalk multifamily portfolio receives $53.5M for refinancing

The portfolio consists of Berkeley at Waypointe at 500 West Ave. and Quincy Lofts at 30 Orchard St.

Frontier Communications shed 734 jobs since January; at least another 280...

"We have substantial work ahead,” said the Norwalk firm’s president and CEO Dan McCarthy.

Carol and George Bauer donate $15M for Norwalk Hospital’s new patient...

The donation was made by longtime supporters and benefactors Carol and George Bauer of Wilton.

Residence Inn by Marriott set to open next month in South...

Located at 45 S. Main St., the hotel will feature 102 extended-stay suites, each with full kitchens.

Teresa S. Polley steps down as chief executive at Financial Accounting...

Polley became the foundation’s president in 2008 and CEO in 2010.

May 1 nursing home strike called off as talks continue

At issue are wages – SEIU is seeking raises of 4 percent in 2019 and another 4 percent in 2020 – and inadequate staffing ratios at nursing homes.

Norwalk, Shelton affordable housing projects receive Fed tax credits

The projects are among seven in the state that will collectively create 439 rental units: 348 designated as affordable and 91 as market rate.

Xerox names Naresh Shanker as new chief technology officer

Shanker replaces Steve Hoover, who was named CEO of the Palo Alto Research Center, a Xerox company.

Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation launches investment fund

The new $50 million fund will be a self-sustaining entity.

With nursing home strike looming, CT Health Dept. announces contingency plans

The department will oversee the credentials of all replacement workers and conduct unannounced daily site visits to ensure that quality standards for safety and patient care are being upheld.

Workers at 20 nursing homes threaten May 1 strike

Union members have already voted overwhelmingly 1,449-78 to authorize a strike if their demands are not met.