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R.S. Evans retires as chairman of Crane Co. after 36 years

Evans has also enjoyed a second career as a thoroughbred race horse owner and breeder.

A dean’s farewell: John Chalykoff on leaving the Welch College of...

"The next person is going to have exciting opportunities," said the retiring dean.

Pentegra targets millennials with financial wellness advice

Richard W. Rausser said it takes education, not badgering, to help millennials get on the right financial path leading to a secure retirement.

Steven Safyer retiring as CEO of Montefiore Medicine

Steven Safyer was appointed president and CEO of Montefiore in 2008.

Thomas J. Schwarz looks back on his time as president of...

Thomas J. Schwarz was praised for increasing the college’s endowment from approximately $35 million to more than $90 million and creating new revenue streams.

Charles R. Cumello Jr.: How to prepare for retirement in the...

There are many advantages to living in Fairfield and Westchester counties. Close access to major cities, waterfront views, proximity to ski resorts, major airports, a full spectrum of seasons and the country’s best pizza.

Westport money manager launches Center for Retirement and Investment Planning

Vern Hayden, who specializes in working with people near or in retirement, was with Hayden Wealth Management for 30 years.

Jackson, Grant Investment Advisers debuts 401(k) Champion Awards

"The best time to invest for retirement is when you are young," said Julie Jason, founder of Jackson, Grant Investment Advisers.

Poll: CT residents optimistic on economy, pessimistic on personal finances

Fifty-nine percent of respondents said they were concerned about being able to afford health insurance, while 18 percent said they were not.

Peter C. Sutton to retire as Bruce Museum exec director

The Greenwich museum’s board of trustees has formed a transition committee to conduct a national search for a replacement.

Bridgeport ranked second-to-worst among U.S. cities for retirement

Only Newark, New Jersey, was considered by WalletHub as a less inviting retirement location.

New study ranks New York and Connecticut low for retirement locations

A new survey released by Bankrate named New York as the worst state for retirement, while Connecticut ranked in 35th place.

Norman Grill: Tips for retiring early

Do you dream of retiring early to pursue activities other than work, such as volunteering, traveling or spending more time on your hobbies?

Andi Gray: Next gen takeover requires discussions

Have open and frank conversations with your siblings about what each is and is not prepared to commit to. Decide if you need help negotiating details between generations.

U.S. Rep. Esty announces she will not seek re-election

The Connecticut Democrat faced growing criticism from within her party on how she handled harassment accusations leveled against her former chief of staff.