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Dow drops on coronavirus fears; Rockland resident recounts virus concerns during...

Stock watchers generally attribute Monday's sharp drop on Wall Street to concerns that the coronavirus outbreak may become more serious with the weekend's reports...

Norwalk’s Peaches Southern Pub migrating to Manhattan

According to owner and Norwalk resident Greer Fredericks, the move is part of a plan to potentially open a chain of Peaches throughout New York City.

Houlihan Lawrence 4Q commercial report sees strength and weakness

There was strength in Westchester’s multifamily and industrial real estate sectors in the fourth quarter of 2019 while some leasing weakness was evident in...

N.Y. strengthens laws used to prosecute certain corporate misconduct

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has signed into law legislation that restores the statute of limitations for bringing prosecutions which rely on those aspects of the law to six years.

Comptroller projects a $197.7M budget deficit for Connecticut

“Ultimately, Connecticut’s overall budget results are largely dependent upon the performance of the national and state economies,” the comptroller said.

Local business leaders stress confidence despite Dow Jones’ plunge

Fairfield County-based business leaders were not concerned that the Dow Jones' 1,175-point drop on Feb. 5 was the harbinger of bad tidings.

Building a better transportation system in Norwalk

Renovations to the Merritt 7 station, replacement of the 120-year-old Walk Bridge – and possibly building a new station in the Wall Street district – are all part of the plan.

Priceline takeover rumors help bump up TripAdvisor shares

However, stories on a potential acquisition have been bubbling for two years.

A trajectory gone amok finds its bearings

I have been asked to give my opinion on the current state of the local commercial real estate market and compare it with the rollercoaster ride that has been the last decade.

Globe Theatre redevelopment plans revived

Plans to re-open the Globe Theatre in Norwalk have been resuscitated by a former stage hand who has proposed to turn the Globe into a digitally equipped center for the performing arts.

Wall Street bonuses, profits up in 2012

Cash bonuses and profits rose on Wall Street in 2012, according to a a report by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

2012 job numbers sluggish

The job numbers in 2012 saw only minute growth, with job market analysts blaming the recession, collapse of private sector jobs and Wall Street layoffs for the numbers.

From the trading room to the classroom

Two former Wall Streeters take their talents to academia, to educate the community about personal finance and help students start careers.

Dodd-Frank regs swamp financial professionals

A number of bankers, consultants and other financial services representatives working in Westchester County said the flood of new rules has been overwhelming.

New BNC chief sees Dodd-Frank burden

In September, Peyton Patterson becomes CEO of BNC Financial Group Inc., which owns Bank of New Canaan, Bank of Fairfield and Stamford First Bank....