W.R. Berkley sees jump in net income

W.R. Berkley, Greenwich-based insurance holding company, reported net income for the first quarter of $170 million, or $1.25 per share, compared with $117 million or 83 cents per share for the same

United Rentals joins the Campbell Institute as charter member

United Rentals, Stamford-based equipment rental company, been named a charter member of the Campbell Institute, the environmental, health and safety center of excellence of the National Safety

Stamford mayor to meet with Pitney Bowes CFO

Stamford’s Mayor David Martin is slated to meet with Pitney Bowes CFO Michael Monahan on Friday, according to his weekly schedule released Tuesday. The subject of the meeting, which will take place at

American Express leases space at First Stamford Place

American Express will move this summer from 400 Atlantic St. to First Stamford Place, a building owned and managed by Empire State Realty Trust, a REIT managed by the Malkin family. In a press release
Lionell L. Nowell III, 59, of Cos Cob

Cos Cob man re-elected to power company board

Lionel L. Nowell III, of Cos Cob, was re-elected to the board of directors for American Electric Power, the publicly traded company based in Columbus, Ohio. Nowell, a 59-year-old former senior vice

Frontier expands into rural Pennsylvania

Frontier, a telecommunications company based in Stamford, on Tuesday announced that the company had invested $75.2 million in its effort over the last three years to expand into eastern Pennsylvania.
Chef Marceio Carvalho, Restaurateur Ramze Zakka, owner Adam Zakka, Greenwich United Way Campaign Co-chair Brook Urban, and Manager Christopher Vaughn.

Greenwich Ave restaurants raising funds for United Way

The Greenwich United Way announced Monday that, from next Monday, April 28,  to Sunday, May 4, the Greenwich Avenue restaurants Terra and Mediterraneo will be raising money by hosting what they’re
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Connecticut not among highest on cannabis list

Connecticut may have legalized medical marijuana, but the Nutmeg State isn’t very high on the list of top visitors to online cannabis resource Leafly.com. With the arrival of April 20 — or “420,” or