William Pitt Real Estate has leased 1,100 square feet of office space in Madison for a training center.
A division of Brunswick Marine Inc. has leased a freestanding warehouse building in Norwich.
The Foxwoods Resort Casino is reporting a 10 percent decline in slot-machine revenue for October as it feels effects of competition including the new MGM Springfield casino across the state line in western Massachusetts.
Outdoors apparel retailer L.L. Bean will close its Orange store in mid-January.
Three multifamily investment properties in Watertown, Hebron and Bridgeport totaling 76 housing units have been sold for nearly $5 million.
An industrial property on Quirk Road in Milford has been sold for $470,000.
Two senior vice presidents, both former employees of Farmington Bank, have been hired by Naugatuck-based Ion Bank in the cash management and commercial lending departments.
A group of local stakeholders is launching the first credit union in the country to lend exclusively to farmers and food entrepreneurs. Maine Harvest Credit Union is seeking a state charter in order to provide specialized loans and mortgages to boost Maine’s growing agricultural economy, which consists of over 8,000 farms, $3.8 billion in sales and 24,000 jobs.
The state’s largest business lobbying group has elected a new board of directors.
Despite similar demand for financing, veteran-owned small business applicants were more likely than non-veteran-owned small business applicants to experience “financing shortfalls,” where they received less than the amount of credit they sought.
Michael Uszakiewicz, 52, of Prospect, was sentenced last week by U.S. District Judge Alvin W. Thompson in Hartford to 16 months of imprisonment, followed by one year of supervised release, for his role in a bribery scheme.
A federal grand jury in New Haven indicted five officials from the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Corp. with theft of funds related to a series of lavish taxpayer-funded junkets.
The Capital Region Development Authority is seeking a consultant to help the Connecticut Convention Center stay competitive amid rising competition.
Fairfield County’s large office park has been recognized by a landscaping group for its environmentally sustainable practices.
Starwood Property Trust Inc. (STWD) on Friday reported third-quarter net income of $84.5 million.
The longtime Fairfield jewelry story J. Albert Johnson Jewelers is going out of business. In a Facebook post, owners David and Judy Kiselstein stated they will retire and close the business.
Elizabeth Post-Marner designs corporate interiors to help companies maximize their efficiency, but on the home front she’s finding ways to squeeze the most efficiencies out of energy consumption. The longtime Westchester County resident is using Passive House strategies to design a new home in Stamford for her own family.
A 14,111-square-foot building in Southbury, previously the home of Southbury Food Center and most recently Labonnes Epicure Market, will become a Planet Fitness following a complete renovation.
A 220-unit retirement community in Cromwell is slated to add another 54 units under a proposed $48 million expansion.
The company that owns Papa Gino’s pizza parlor and D’Angelo sandwich shop chains announced Monday it has closed about 95 locations throughout New England, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and reached an agreement to sell the business.