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Stamford posts strong 2019 economic performance in latest report

The city’s labor force grew by over 800 people in 2019, and is the largest in the state with 71,758 workers.

Thomson Reuters moves Stamford office to 677 Washington Blvd.

Thomson Reuters will be joining WWE, KPMG and Perkins Eastman at the 12-acre, 700,000-square foot property.

Thomson Reuters to close Valhalla office

After declining to renew its Westchester office lease, Manhattan-based media and information firm Thomson Reuters Corp. will close its Valhalla office next March, according to...

High-speed trades had a head start

New York gets agreement with Thomson Reuters to stop select data release.

Inpatient hospital prices grow sharply in county

Inpatient hospital costs grew at a faster rate from 2008 to 2010 in lower Fairfield County than in nearly any other metropolitan area of the U.S., according to a recent report.

Terex earnings slip, missing estimates

Losses widened for Westport-based Terex Corp., which saw net sales decline 13.3 percent to $1.7 billion in the fourth quarter of 2012 from $1.96 billion a year prior.

Mid-market mergers and acquisitions expected to rise in 2013

Corporate dealmakers are forecasting a strong 2013 for prospective buyers and sellers of mid-sized companies after mergers and acquisitions picked up at the end of last year.

VC activity keeps pace despite economy, regulatory delays

Venture capital activity in Connecticut has been relatively strong in 2012 despite the economy and a longer-than-expected wait for new federal regulations that will make it easier for private companies to raise capital, analysts say.

Indicators point to slowdown in small business lending activity

Small business lending activity across the U.S. hit its lowest level in 14 months in September, according to a Nov. 1 report issued by Thomson Reuters and PayNet Inc.

‘The decline … is firmly in place’

Even as Connecticut launched programs to promote startups, PwC warned of declining venture capital investment nationally.

Regeneron sales boom with drug launch

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals in Greenburgh raised its 2012 sales forecast for its year-old drug Eylea by $90 million to $115 million over its earlier forecast.

IBM 3Q net earnings dip

IBM Corp., based in Armonk, reported a third quarter profit of $3.82 billion, down 0.4 percent from a third quarter 2011 profit of $3.84 billion.

Darien P.E. executive takes life

Robert B. McKeon, founder of Veritas Capital, reportedly committed suicide Sept. 10 at his Darien home.

Conn. pries SBD “captive” from Vt.

Connecticut captured its first “captive” insurance entity that is currently based in Vermont.

Kayak earnings nearly double, revenue up 36 percent

In its first earnings report since an initial public offering in July, Kayak Software Corp. reported net income nearly doubled and revenue increased 36 percent in the company's fiscal second quarter.