U.S. Attorneys get 8,000 percent return on annual budget

Here’s one performance Wall Street will have trouble matching: U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara says his office returned 8,000 percent of its annual budget last year. “It is fair to say the taxpayers have

Empire State Realty conference call scheduled

Empire State Realty Trust, the publicly traded basket of commercial properties including the Empire State Building and a half-dozen Fairfield County sites, will release its fourth quarter financial
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Arianna Huffington to speak at Center for HOPE luncheon

News junkies, take note: Arianna Huffington, editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, will be the featured speaker at the Center for HOPE’s annual luncheon on April 23. The event will be held at 11

Charter pushes new board for Time Warner as part of takeover bid

As part of its effort to force a merger, Charter Communications this morning announced a new slate of candidates for Time Warner Cable Inc.’s board. All 13 members of Time Warner Cable’s board are up

CBIA urges cooperation to boost state’s economic ranking

Connecticut’s largest business organization has urged lawmakers to work together and use the 2014 General Assembly session as a foundation for boosting the state’s national economic rankings. In

Revolution Lighting predicts strong growth

Revolution Lighting Technologies Inc., Stamford-based provider of LED lighting technology, is starting 2014 with a robust pipeline of close to $200 million in anticipated projects during the next 12

Wealth management firm announces move to downtown Stamford

Liberty Wealth Advisors, a wealth management firm, issued a press release today announcing its move to Summer Street in downtown Stamford. According to the press release, the move “stems from Liberty

Webster Bank garners two awards

Webster Bank, the Waterbury-based regional bank, has won two Greenwich Associates Excellence Awards in Middle Market Banking, the bank announced Monday. The awards came for “distinctive overall