Paul Schott, Greenwich Time

Paul Schott

Greenwich Time

Stamford, CT, United States

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Recent:
  • Greenwich Time
  • TheHourNews
  • New Haven Register
  • The Middletown Press
  • Register Citizen
  • The News-Times
  • Stamford Advocate
Past:
  • Connecticut Post
  • kcranews
  • Inside Scoop SF
  • mySA

Recent articles by Paul:

Global Atlantic Financial Group is growing in downtown Hartford despite industry headwinds

Global Atlantic plans to add about 100 Hartford-based employees during the next few years, but the employment outlook is cloudier for other insurers. → Read More

CT-based company set to expand, add 130 jobs

After opening its Greenwich offices in 2021, fintech firm iCapital plans to further expand its local team, which includes about 130 employees. → Read More

CT loses 1,600 jobs in December but posts gain for 2022; jobless rate unchanged

Connecticut lost 1,600 jobs in December, while the unemployment rate held steady. The state finished 2022 with a total jobs gain of more than 32,000. → Read More

Crypto conglomerate Digital Currency Group to shut down a CT business

Cryptocurrency conglomerate Digital Currency Group is shutting down its Stamford-based wealth management business, which employs about 30 people. → Read More

Why CT officials are not cheering recent decline in layoffs: 'They need to be contextualized'

The number of layoffs reported last year in Connecticut was about 15 percent of the 2020 total, but public officials are reluctant to celebrate that decline. → Read More

Report: WWE's Vince McMahon settles with former wrestling referee who alleged rape

WWE Executive Chairman Vince McMahon has reportedly reached a multimillion-dollar settlement with a woman who accused him of raping her in the 1980s. → Read More

Greenwich-based Interactive Brokers adds customers, but 'we can do better,' founder says

Amid a dismal period for investors, Greenwich-based Interactive Brokers Group managed to increase its customer base by 25 percent in the past quarter. → Read More

What's next for WWE as Vince McMahon returns?: 'Nothing significant happens without his permission'

Vince McMahon's return to WWE highlights the power he has long wielded at the sports-entertainment powerhouse, which could be put up for sale. → Read More

Stamford-based NBC Sports' reels in nearly 20 million viewers for Sunday night NFL games

Stamford-based NBC Sports' 'Sunday Night Football' is on track to finish as the most-watched prime-time show for a record 12th-straight year. → Read More

Stephanie McMahon announces resignation from WWE, Vince McMahon elected executive chairman

Stephanie McMahon's resignation as CEO and chairwoman of WWE follows the announcement by her father, Vince McMahon, that he would return to the company's board. → Read More

Embattled CT company Sema4 announces name change as it cuts jobs

Stamford-based genomic testing firm Sema4 is changing its name, the latest of many recent changes, which also include layoffs and lab closings in Connecticut. → Read More

CT insurance company to expand Hartford offices, add 100 jobs

Backed by a state grant, insurer Global Atlantic Financial Group is expanding its offices in Hartford, with plans to hire about 100 additional employees there. → Read More

There is optimism about CT malls' prospects in 2023: 'The U.S. customer is resilient'

Even as the pandemic and high inflation persist, many shoppers are still spending at Connecticut malls. Upcoming openings aim to bring in even more customers. → Read More

Report: Vince McMahon seeks return to WWE, eyes sale of business

Former WWE CEO Vince McMahon seeks to return to the Stamford-based company, as he wants to pursue a sale of the business, according to The Wall Street Journal. → Read More

Banana Republic to close store at Stamford mall in late January

Banana Republic is shutting down its store at Stamford Town Center mall, about a year and a half after its parent company closed a Gap store. → Read More

CT senator takes aim at Stamford-based company over medical credit cards

Companies including Stamford-based Synchrony are under pressure from senators including Chris Murphy over their medical credit card businesses. → Read More

Stamford-based biotech firm SpringWorks seeks FDA approval of drug for rare tumors

Stamford-based biotech firm SpringWorks Therapeutics is seeking FDA approval for a drug that treats rare "desmoid" tumors. → Read More

CT apartment complex sells for $49 million: 'Significant interest in the offering'

Reserve41, a 164-unit apartment complex near U.S. Route 1, has been sold to a New Jersey firm that owns other apartment complexes in Connecticut. → Read More

Asian Americans in CT fight discrimination, move beyond 'model minority myth'

Discrimination is a barrier to Asian Americans' career advancement and highlights the 'model minority myth.' New initiatives in CT aim to tackle the problem. → Read More

Southwest Airlines canceled flight woes hit Bradley International Airport

Bradley International Airport grappled Tuesday with a couple-dozen flight cancellations, most of them affecting Southwest Airlines flights. → Read More