Barbara Dalio bought a better easel when her youngest son left the nest and planned to devote herself to her painting, but then she discovered a new passion: education.
Average office rents in Fairfield County declined $1.57 to $32.21 per square foot over the past 12 months, according to a report released this week by Cushman & Wakefield.
Greenwich is one of the most popular homes of millionaires and demi-billionaires, according to a Coldwell Banker Real Estate and Coldwell Banker Global Luxury survey called “Millionaires vs. Demi-Billionaires: Wealth in 2018.”
A Connecticut pizzeria owner has pleaded guilty to withholding more than $100,000 in taxes to the IRS.
A grand jury in New Haven earlier this month indicted Leonid Pollak, also known as “Lenny,” 58, of Greenwich, on federal charges related to an investment fraud scheme.
American consumers racked up $29.8 billion in credit card debt in the second quarter of this year, according to WalletHub’s new Credit Card Debt Study.
Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. on Friday reported a key measure of profitability in its fiscal third quarter.
The race for governor has given rise to a heated debate over taxes, with the two major party candidates offering competing plans to either eliminate the state’s personal income tax or reduce local property taxes.
Eagle Point Credit Co. on Tuesday reported second-quarter earnings of $9.5 million, with earnings at 34 cents per share adjusted for investment gains.
Starwood Property Trust Inc. on Wednesday reported second-quarter net income of $109.2 million.
While Fairfield County’s office availability rate remained unchanged at 24 percent in the second quarter, activity in high-rent Greenwich pushed down the availability rate there into single digits for the first time in a decade.
The Greenwich neighborhood of Riverside is Connecticut’s wealthiest ZIP code and the nation’s 17th overall, according to a Bloomberg survey.
Four Connecticut communities are in good shape when it comes to managing credit card debt.
All 230 of Greenwich’s Town Meeting seats are up for election on Tuesday, Nov. 7, and local real estate agent/blogger Christopher Fountain is urging his readers not to vote for any female candidates.
The Savings Bank of Danbury is beefing up its presence in Waterbury, while also looking to expand the bank’s loan presence to Stamford and Greenwich.
As Connecticut struggles with a budget stalemate and the departure of major companies, one of its wealthiest communities wants to make it known to the wider world that all is well in Greenwich.
Police are on the lookout for a robber who struck the same bank twice in a span of less than two days and hit a nearby gas station.
The First County Bank Foundation has awarded 11 Greenwich-based nonprofit groups a total of $45,500 and four Darien-based nonprofits a total of $17,500 as part of a charitable giving campaign celebrating the foundation’s 15th anniversary.