Terry Lautz, PhD

source: http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/moynihan/kpac/Faculty_Affiliates/

UConn-Stamford hosting event on China

A professor from Syracuse University will be speaking about China’s economic and political strategies at an event in Stamford on Wednesday, Feb. 12. Terry Lautz, PhD, will be offering a lectured
Source: Bolt Technology's website

Norwalk’s Bolt Tech reports big earnings jump

Bolt Technology, the Norwalk-based seismic-data company whose products look for offshore oil and natural gas, reported higher earnings for the quarter that ended Dec. 31, as sales of underwater

United Rentals reports strong fourth quarter

United Rentals Inc., Stamford-based equipment rental company with 832 rental locations in 49 states and 10 Canadian provinces, reported net income of $140 million, or $1.31 per diluted share for the

Withers Bergman to host talk with “Mr. Condiment” Nick Loeb

Entrepreneur Nick Loeb will be guest speaker at the next “Inside the Entrepreneurial Mind” series, hosted by law firm Withers Bergman. The event will be held from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28 at
Kapil Mohindra, co-founder, Skystream Markets; source: Sustainablebrands.com

Stamford tech firm gets $4 million investment, big board appointee

Skystream Markets, an upstart Stamford firm that facilitates trading in the renewable-energy and environmental markets, on Tuesday announced a $4 million Series A investment. The company has also

Starwood Capital Group acquires U.K. portfolio

Starwood Capital Group acquires U.K. portfolio Starwood Capital Group, a Greenwich-based global private investment firm, has acquired, through an affiliate, a portfolio of United Kingdom properties

Norwalk’s Insight Media collaborates on 2014 tech market report

Norwalk-based Insight Media, a display technology research firm, has teamed with PMA Research for the joint release of the 2014 Mobile Solid State Projector Report. The report includes forecast for
Salim, two, at a refugee settlement near the Syrian border. * all names have been changed to protect identity. Syria's children are in desperate need of help, both inside their country and in neighbouring countries where thousands have fled. Our teams are working inside Syria right now distributing essential life-saving items from warm coats, to blankets to food. Syria's children are in desperate need of help. In Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq hundreds of thousands of refugee children face a bitter winter of sub-zero temperatures. Many live in flimsy tents or in buildings with no heating, electricity or hot water and have little or no winter clothing. Save the Children is helping children recover from their experiences within Syria and across the region, to make sure they can access education and to ensure that families have the basic necessities they need to survive â including healthcare, warm clothes, nutritious food and winter shelter materials.

Save the Children, UN, others urge Syrian sides to help kids

Westport-based global non-profit Save the Children published an open letter Monday calling on all parties in the Syrian civil war that are meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, to urgently focus on the