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Plans call for the construction of a five-story mixed-use building featuring 75 apartments and retail, pending Planning & Zoning Commission approval.
Harry's Inc. issued a statement insisting it "would have prevailed in litigation."
The FTC accused Edgewell of trying to "short-circuit competition by buying up its newer rival."
Next week’s expected vote on tolls has been canceled by Democrat legislators, leaving its future in doubt. But those same leaders have apparently decided they...
The General Assembly is expected to vote on the tolls bill early next week, following a public hearing scheduled for tomorrow.
Before starting his own firm in 1981, Kosowsky was a principal with Ernst & Young and COO and CFO at two privately corporations.
BIC's Steve Burkhart warned that "low-quality non-compliant imported lighters are rampant in the U.S. market."
Developer Howard Saffan says “a combination of Murphy’s Law and the weather" delayed the venue's opening by more than a year -- and that its original $15 million budget has been exceeded "dramatically."
Vidal/Wettenstein represented the tenant and property owner in the transaction.
During Microphase’s first year in business, it designed a diplexer for Lockheed Martin.
“They’re like a fine liquor – it takes time to make a really good, premium cigar,” says Bill Webb. "I consider them to be jewels."
The company is consolidating operations from three Danbury buildings into their new space.
The Shelton firm's commitment to veterans is now formalized by its participation in “U.S. Military on the Move,” a program offered by participating brokerages of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World that offers rebates or credits on a home sale or purchase to eligible service members.