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Littlejohn & Co. sells fluid power distributor SunSource Holdings

The Greenwich-based private investment firm acquired SunSource in 2011 and tried unsuccessfully to sell the company in 2014.

Pitney Bowes in internet of things collaboration with Arrow Electronics

With the increase of connected devices – from mobile devices to transactions to sensors – the internet of things is generating data that can be used to produce valuable insights about cities, how they operate and where they can improve.

Sacred Heart University debuts computer engineering degree

The Fairfield-based school also announced partnerships with Rochester Polytechnic Institute and Columbia University to provide a dual-degree opportunity.

Priceline CEO: Blockchain tech is not a priority for us

Speaking at the Skift Global Forum in New York City, Glenn Fogel said that Priceline is not putting any priority in exploring the potential of blockchain technology, which offers a digitized and decentralized ledger of chronological transactions.

Xerox sets sights on small and midsize businesses

“There are probably less than one percent of companies on the planet that are using technology to its maximum effectiveness,” Dezvane commented.

Xerox joins Innovation Lab in health care technology partnership

The companies said they will collaborate on exploring medical technology, engineering and robotics solutions to improve the quality of health care.

Xerox files patents for blockchain technology solutions

The Norwalk-based company filed its patents in February 2016, with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office only recently making the filings public.

From NBA finals to NYC transit, Purchase-based ANC is on the...

Purchase-based ANC has LED scoreboards, screens and banners in sports arenas, baseball stadiums and transit hubs nationwide.

Norwalk-based etouches acquired by Steve Young’s private equity firm

Etouches is the seventh marketing services technology platform that Palo Alto-based HGGC has invested, following AutoAlert, Dealer FX, Integrity, MyWebGrocer, Selligent, and SSI.

Xerox eyeballs Iowa market with Laser Resources acquisition

The Global Imaging Systems division bought the multibrand printing systems and managed services provider.

Lower Fairfield County earns dismal scores in STEM job survey

New data analysis finds the region tied in last place for quality engineering universities.

White Plains STEM educator The Digital Arts Experience adds adult courses

Courses, which started Sept. 20, include DSLR photography, website building, programming with Python, 3-D printing, video editing and more.

Grant enables Sacred Heart STEM majors to consider teaching

Education grant will assist undergraduate science, technology, engineering and math students who want to pursue teaching in those fields.

T5 Data Centers expands to Briarcliff Manor

T5 Data Centers opens first Northeast operations facility in Westchester.

Thinking outside the box

A CEO must separate him or herself from the tactical, day-to-day duties in order to spend more time on strategic activities.