Report: $20 billion GE Capital IPO to begin in next couple of months

General Electric has hired Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase to lead its initial public offering of GE Capital, which could be the country’s biggest IPO since Facebook went public for $16.1 billion in
Two Amur tigers, Booskin (left), a male, and Naka, a female, have been slowly getting to know each other since being introduced into the same pen at Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo, in Bridgeport, Conn., seen here on Thrs. Feb. 11th, 2010. Zoo officials hope the two tigers will breed. Amur tigers are an endangered species. Photo: Ned Gerard

Lions, Tigers and Bullish thoughts? Networking at Beardsley Zoo

It can be a jungle out there, trying to turn a profit. If you’re looking to get closer to your animal roots, then you might check out Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo’s networking, food and cocktails event

Frontier Communications joins effort to hire long-term unemployed

Frontier Communications, Stamford-based provider of broadband, voice, satellite video, wireless Internet data access and data security solutions in 27 states, said it will join other U.S. companies in

Praxair to supply steel plant in Brazil

Praxair Inc., international producer, seller and distributor of industrial gases, has signed a long-term contract to supply industrial gases to a new steel mill being built near the Port of Pecém in

Sonitor opens main office in Stamford

Sonitor opens main office in Stamford Sonitor Technologies Inc., technology provider in real time locating systems in health care, announced it will expand its sales and service operations in the

Business Council applauds employers for health initiatives

The Business Council of Fairfield County will host their sixth annual Healthy Workplace Employer Recognition Program on Friday, February 14 at the Sheraton Stamford Hotel. Presented by The Business

Charlie Rose grills Ray Dalio on CBS

These days, Greenwich resident and multibillionaire Ray Dalio seems to be everywhere. The founder, president and CIO of Bridgewater Associates — the world’s largest hedge fund, with some $150 billion
students recylcing

Stamford non-profit names winners of national “Recycle Bowl”

Why read another article about the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks when you can read this one about the Foothill Elementary Golden Eagles? The students of that Pittsburg, Calif., school probably