John Cena answers a question during a news conference before the WWE Wrestlemania 29 wrestling event, Sunday, April 7, 2013, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

WWE to announce live from Las Vegas tomorrow

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WWE will make a “groundbreaking” announcement live on WWE.com at 9:30 p.m. tomorrow, according to a press release. Vince McMahon, chairman and CEO of the Stamford-based company, will be joined by chief revenue and marketing officer Michelle Wilson, chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon, executive vice president of talent and live events, Paul “Triple H®” Levesque, […] [Read More]
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The 10 most stressful jobs of 2014

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Careercast, a job-search website, has come out with its annual list of the 10 most stressful jobs of 2014. The list doesn’t really yield any surprises–enlisted military personnel ranks highest–but all the same, such scorecards make for interesting water cooler talk. Looking for a job that entails the least amount stress? Try becoming an audiologist. […] [Read More]
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RBS slapped with $50M fine in Conn.

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A federal judge in Connecticut this week sentenced the Royal Bank of Scotland with paying $50 million as part of a plea agreement following charges that its Japanese subsidiary manipulated interest rates. Altogether, RBS accumulated $612 million in penalties for the actions of 20 traders found to have been rigging the Japanese Yen London Interbank […] [Read More]
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Westport-based consignment brand opens third NYC store

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Roundabout, a Westport-based resale and discount couture brand, will open another New York City location on the Upper East Side in March. The company has leased space at 1100 Madison Ave., between 82nd and 83rd Streets, currently occupied by the Lumas gallery. Roundabout made its first foray into the Manhattan market in 2008, with its […] [Read More]
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New Stamford downtown luxury rental tries to lure wine lovers

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In Stamford, it’s hard to miss 75 Tresser, the new apartment building on one of the city’s most visible corners–the intersection of Washington and Tresser boulevards. Among veteran news reporters and long-time residents, the roughly 3-acre site is still wistfully referred to as the “The Advocate site,” where the paper once had its headquarters. But […] [Read More]

Steelworkers target United Rentals Chairwoman in Stamford

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As part of a broader protest against Crown Holdings, a manufacturer of beverage cans and other packaging, United Steelworkers has launched a letter-writing campaign against several board of directors of the company. The union claims that despite record profits, the company forced its members to strike in September with its demands for wage cuts. In […] [Read More]

Vote for NY Fed’s Credit Film Fest finalists…

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The Golden Globes are Sunday, the Oscars are around the corner, but you can vote for Best Picture today in the New York Fed’s annual “Savvy Credit Video Festival.” There are 20 nominees produced by students at 11 different colleges and universities in the New York Fed’s region. Following public input, a “celebrity panel” will […] [Read More]
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Tech Air acquires two Georgia companies

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Tech Air, a Danbury-based packager and distributor of industrial, medical and specialty gases and related welding supplies, has acquired Compressed Gases of Augusta, Ga., and A-L Welding Supply Inc., of Gainesville, Ga. Tech Air is owned by CI Capital Partners and the company’s management. “CGA and ALWS serve as strategic entry points into the highly […] [Read More]
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