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Charter order to pay $7B to family of Texas woman killed...

The Stamford-based company said it would appeal the verdict.

Fairfield University plans Austin outpost for nursing school

This is the first national expansion for the school.

Cuomo imposes new rules for bars, restaurants

All bars and restaurants in New York state will have to comply with new regulations as a result of instances in which people were...

J.C. Penney permanently closing Poughkeepsie Galleria store

The J.C. Penney store in Poughkeepsie’s Galleria shopping mall will be permanently closing on Sept. 27, according to a notice filed with the New...

University of Bridgeport president leaving for Texas job

Trombley took the helm at Bridgeport in July 2018.

Xerox pays $235.9M to settle Medicaid fraud case

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the settlement is the largest by the state for Medicaid-related claims.

Texas Supreme Court upholds $1B Medicaid dental fraud decision against Xerox

Xerox subsidiary Texas Medicaid and Healthcare Partnership was faulted for mismanagement of payments for Medicaid dental services between 2003 and 2010.

Great Rock Capital hires managing director for Texas expansion

The Westport-headquartered commercial finance company, which specializes in middle market lending, has hired Jared Grabow as managing director of originations.

First Reserve sells Texas American Resources I LLC

First Reserve, a Stamford-based private equity investment firm focused on the energy industry, is selling the assets of Texas American Resources I LLC to an affiliate of Venado Oil & Gas LLC.

Donation to hurricane first responders

Approximately $10,000 was sent to Texas to assist in disaster recovery.

Nestlé Waters North America donates 1.3 million bottles of water to...

"We are committed to delivering critical supplies of clean water to impacted individuals, families and communities in the wake of this disaster," said Fernando Mercé, president and CEO of Nestlé Waters North America

Perry courts Conn. businesses, touting tax, regulatory policies

In between pitching Texas' tax and regulatory policies to Connecticut businesses, Gov. Rick Perry called for a return to the open political climate of President Reagan and Tip O'Neill during a brief stop in Stamford Monday evening.

Texas governor to court Conn., N.Y. businesses

Texas Gov. Rick Perry will travel to the tristate region next week to pitch Connecticut and New York businesses on the Lone Star State, with a $1 million television ad campaign launching earlier this week in advance of the trip.

Recruit acquires Indeed.com

Japan giant Recruit Co. Ltd. acquired Indeed.com.

Priceline numbers add up for Fortune

Priceline.com Inc. ranked 14th on Fortune’s list of fast-growth corporations.