Quinnipiac business students lend a helping hand with taxes

Like it or not, tax season will soon be upon us once again, but this year, Quinnipiac University will be there to help. A team of IRS-certified student volunteers will be offering free tax preparation

Stone Point, Hellman sell Sedgewick in $2.4 billion deal

KKR and management of Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc., a provider of claims and productivity management technology, have signed an agreement to acquire majority ownership of Sedgwick for

For ‘what it’s worth,’ the NYT discovers Greenwich’s Christopher Fountain

In case you missed it, the Times’ Business Day Section this weekend ran a profile of Greenwich’s gadfly and famed blogger and real estate broker, Christopher Fountain. Fountain’s blog For What It’s

Purdue Pharma names new CEO

The board of directors at Purdue Pharma in Stamford has appointed Mark Timney, most recently president of Merck US, as president and CEO. “We found a proven leader in Mark Timney,” said Dr. Raymond

Malloy to unveil plan to help unemployed

Gov. Malloy is scheduled to speak in New Britain today at noon on yet another jobs plan, part of an ongoing string of efforts to boost the state’s employment. According to the press release, the news

CBIA promotes employee health effort

The Connecticut Business and Industry Association is releasing an interactive tool kit to help small businesses jump-start employee awareness of basic health and wellness issues. The program,

Fairfield U. Business Plan Competition heating up…

Fairfield University’s third-annual business plan competition at the Dolan School of Business is heating up. The spring “Welcome Day and Kickoff” took place last Wednesday. The team formation deadline
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Conillin Chocolates get starring role in Sunday’s Grammys

Presenters and performers at the 56th annual Grammy Awards went home last night with gift bags full of Conillin Chocolates, manufactured by a Seymour-based company. Conillin’s chocolates are handmade