Three men have been indicted by a New Haven grand jury for operating a scheme that defrauded an Illinois-based company of more than $1.5 million.
The Geentry Group’s William Clark has been recognized by a real estate group once again for leading the region in brokerage of commercial transactions.
A citizen of India residing in Fairfield was sentenced yesterday in New Haven federal court to three years of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release for defrauding the state of Connecticut of more than $5.8 million in taxes due on tobacco products imported into the state.
A Westport office park that was recently converted into medical offices has been acquired by an Arizona investor for $18.75 million.
A pair of properties have been sold to the town of Newtown for a new police headquarters.
A citizen of India has been charged by federal criminal complaint with fraud offenses stemming from an alleged “provisional credit” scheme.
People have always joked that there is no such thing as bad publicity, but the saying may prove to be true for the banking industry.
For the second time within the last year, the group behind Laurel Road Bank is seeking to change the bank’s name.
In his first earnings call as new CEO of Berkshire Bank, Richard Marotta stuck to the numbers, kept on point and spoke very little of the leadership transition that saw longtime CEO Michael Daly leave under controversial circumstances.
Strong commercial lending and a surge of new health savings accounts helped drive growth at the parent company of Webster Bank.
Naugatuck-based Ion Bank has a new leader.
KeyCorp’s recent acquisition of the digital lending platform of Laurel Road Bank raised questions on the bank’s recent earnings call.
The Connecticut Insurance Department says it recovered nearly $8 million for policyholders and taxpayers in 2018 by helping individuals, families and employers with their claims and complaints.
A TV journalist known for confronting would-be child predators has been snared himself in a police investigation alleging he wrote bad checks for $13,000 worth of marketing materials.
A Moodus children’s campground announced that it won’t open this summer for campers due to financial difficulties and is considering renting out the property.
People’s United Financial Inc. on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $132.9 million.
Spending in the athletic division at the University of Connecticut outpaced revenue by more than $40 million in 2018, the school reported Thursday.
The leader of Connecticut’s state college and university system has directed schools to suspend tuition payments for students impacted by the federal shutdown.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Northern New England has leased 200,000 square feet for a new build-to-suit warehouse and distribution center in South Windsor.
The state government will partner with private banks in order to assist federal workers impacted by the shutdown.