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Navigating the pandemic-era funding options

Business lines of credit offer the most flexibility in terms of liquidity.

Stamford’s ISG to study retailers’ post-pandemic digital strategies

The results will be published in June in two reports.

Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County presses forward in pandemic-era...

Most of the organization's projects have been based in Bridgeport.

Survey: Small retail businesses fear layoffs and closures from weak holiday...

One in five retailers said their Black Friday weekend sales fell short of expectations.

Report: Nursing homes lost 220,000 jobs since pandemic began

As a result, 58% of nursing homes said they are limiting new admissions and 78% of nursing homes and 61% of assisted living communities feared their workforce challenges might force them to close.

Church Hill Classics marks 30 years of framing achievements

The company unexpectedly saw a spike in business during the pandemic.

Survey: Americans spend $2,000 per year on delivery services

29% of respondents admitted to spending more than they could afford on delivery services.

CT Comptroller Lembo updates projection to a $306.9M general fund surplus

Lembo warned that declining affordable homeownership opportunities could drive younger residents out of state.

Suite Talk: Joseph D. Roberto, chairman, president and CEO of PCSB

"We don't have a lot of red tape to go through," said Roberto.

Bridgeport’s Rose Sisters Chips takes unlikely family recipe into national small...

Marcus said that he intended to grow his business within Bridgeport.

Fairfield Chamber of Commerce moves beyond pandemic for 75th anniversary

The chamber will host a new golf tournament at the Brooklyn Country Club on Sept. 27.

Suite Talk: Tetsuya Iwasaki, president of Fujifilm Holdings America Corp. and...

"We are deeply committed corporate citizens in Westchester County," said Iwasaki.

Johnson sisters bring franchise into second-generation ownership

The siblings are advocating for emergency preparedness among their client base.

2020 was a very, very good year for Bross Chingas Bross

Doug Bross is confident that numbers can climb into 2022.

Volunteers fueled regional nonprofits throughout the pandemic

The Fairfield County chapter of SCORE was moving to virtual platforms before the crisis.