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Can fast-food restaurants successfully offer healthier meals?

During a recent investors’ conference, Starbucks President and CEO Kevin Johnson noted that Frappuccino sales were down 3 percent in the company’s U.S. stores since 2015. The reason, he explained, was a consumer shift away from sugary and high-calorie drinks.

Starbucks opens at Boyce Thompson Center in Yonkers

The $35 million center is now more than 90 percent leased, according to its Simone Development Cos.

Development a high priority for Vicki Tesoro, Trumbull’s new first selectman

Although the town is focusing on filling vacant space, the 253,000-square-foot former United Healthcare complex on Monroe Turnpike still looms large.

R.D. Scinto keeps momentum going with Shelton, Trumbull projects

A variety of restaurants, medical tenants and possibly a huge shopping center are all coming to Shelton.

Tea time is up for Teavana, the Starbucks subsidiary

Owner Starbucks will close all 379 Teavana stores, including ones in Yonkers, Stamford and Trumbull, by next spring.

Health care, retail debut in remade Boyce Thompson Center in Yonkers

The $35 million, 85,000-square-foot mixed-use development at 1086 N. Broadway is set to be unveiled to the public on May 23.

Column: Vision attracts the best people

Having a vision for your company will help attract the best customers, employees and stockholders to your company.

Startup, but with big plans

Cai and Jeff Pandolfino are aiming to plant their Green & Tonic in markets nationally.

Want to be favorably remembered?

The best brands strike a deep nerve or reveal a timeless truth. To create such appeal, organizations must identify the most appropriate and effective single archetype to market their brand to.