Job search firm Indeed continued its much-anticipated expansion in downtown Stamford in the third quarter, according to an economic development report from the city, taking 24,000 more square feet at 107 Elm St. as it plans to grow its staff to 1,700.
NBT Bank Connecticut Regional President Andreas Kapetanopoulos announced that M. Kate Van Valkenburg has joined the bank as it moves into the Connecticut market.
Bridgeport will be the home of ships and workers who service a planned, 804-megawatt offshore wind farm under a proposal accepted by the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection yesterday.
A Darien man charged with killing a hotel worker he says attacked his family on the Caribbean island of Anguilla has been sued by the worker’s estate in a U.S. court.
Thompson Reuters plans to relocate its Stamford offices after signing a 24,457-square-foot lease for new space in a prominent downtown building.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker has died at age 92.
The nation’s business economists expect U.S. economic growth to decelerate this year and next but for the economy to avoid stumbling into recession, extending a record-breaking expansion already in its 11th year.
Connecticut treasurer’s plan would require banks and investment companies to describe their gun policies in any responses to requests for proposals from the Connecticut treasurer’s office.
A well-known army/navy store is moving from Orange to West Haven now that it has secured a new home.