Alexander Soule, The Middletown Press

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The Middletown Press

Norwalk, CT, United States

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Past articles by Alexander:

Electric Boat to build Australia sub fleet with U.K. shipyard

Electric Boat will contribute to a fleet of between three and five attack submarines for the Australian navy as part of the new AUKUS security pact. → Read More

Stew Leonard's places family member in senior exec position: 'That's how he learned'

Stew Leonard's promoted a grandson of the supermarket chain's namesake founder to chief operating officer, as it moves ahead under continued family ownership. → Read More

CT home sales are down dramatically from last year. What's causing that?

There have been historically low numbers of Connecticut homeowners testing the real estate market by listing their properties for sale so far this year. → Read More

CT railroad operator saw multiple derailments in home state last year

As railroad scrutiny intensifies, Darien-based Genesee & Wyoming has had several derailments in Connecticut and nationally of late on its short-line railroads. → Read More

Employers added 8,700 jobs in Connecticut in January, DOL estimates

Connecticut's January unemployment rate dropped to levels not seen since the outbreak of the pandemic, according to estimates by the state Department of Labor. → Read More

After Electric Boat tour, Australia to purchase attack submarines

Australia committed to buying nuclear-powered attack submarines, with Electric Boat's Connecticut and Rhode Island shipyards expected to benefit. → Read More

Report: Subway sale draws bids from at least 3 companies

Bain, Goldman Sachs and TPG are among the buyout firms that have submitted formal statements of interest in acquiring Subway, which is seeking a buyer. → Read More

Sikorsky at 100 years: How the CT company changed the helicopter industry

From experiments with helicopters in czarist Russia, Igor Sikorsky built a business that has endured 100 years. Now its Connecticut future is an open question. → Read More

Subway unveils its new second headquarters location in Florida

Four years into the tenure of CEO John Chidsey, Subway opened a second headquarters office in Miami where Chidsey lives, with a new office in Shelton as well. → Read More

Uno Foods frozen pizza line bought by Connecticut company

Brynwood Partners now owns two major pizza lines in Uno Foods and Great Kitchens, which sells "take and bake" pies in a number of large supermarket chains. → Read More

CT-based Electric Boat expects to hire 4-5K per year: 'I don't see any real letup'

The president of Electric Boat is already eyeing today's second graders in Connecticut and Rhode Island as the foundation of the shipyard a decade from now. → Read More

CT startup promises waste haulers 'everything but the driver' to go electric

A Stamford startup has proposed an "everything but the driver" service to help waste haulers ditch diesel in favor of electric trucks coming on the market. → Read More

Frontier says fiber buildout is winning back customers

As Frontier races Altice USA and others to build out fiber, both say they are winning business as households switch from cable and copper. → Read More

CT gun manufacturer faces lawsuit tied to Buffalo grocery store shooting

Amid new gun control legislation efforts in Connecticut and federal lawsuits in New York, Ruger is readying a fresh wave of promotions to boost sales. → Read More

Many CT farmers looking to add solar arrays to working fields

A survey of more than 175 Connecticut farmers found a majority favor solar arrays in their fields — if positioned to allow them to grow crops and forage below. → Read More

Eversource doubles pay for CEO as 'skyrocketing' electric bills hit customers

In his first full year as Eversource CEO, Joe Nolan Jr. got a big increase over what his predecessor made in his own rookie year, even as customers pay more. → Read More

CT lawmakers scrutinize utilities: 'Your profits are my costs'

Connecticut lawmakers again grilled Eversource executives Tuesday as they weighed legislation to bring down rates for beleaguered customers. → Read More

Eversource reports record profits as many customers absorb higher electric bills

Eversource tacked on $184 million more in profits in 2022 from 2021, when it paid an $86 million settlement over its storm response. → Read More

Gov. Lamont wants more CT options to buy power: 'A clear public need'

With Connecticut now profiting from a nuclear power purchase agreement, Gov. Ned Lamont wants the legislature to authorize more similar deals with power plants. → Read More

On eve of Super Bowl, Norwalk store beefs up buffets, platters

From deli platters to dry-age beef for the discerning palate, the newly reimagined Grade A Market in Norwalk is ready in time for the Super Bowl. → Read More