Purdue Pharma has removed the signs bearing its name outside its downtown headquarters, a move that could hint at the controversial OxyContin maker trying to reduce the visibility of a building increasingly targeted by protesters. For years, Purdue’s ringed-and-underlined logo had adorned the front entrance and sidewalk markers around the One Stamford Forum building at 201 Tresser Blvd., where it has been based since 2000. But all those company-branded markers have come down in the past few weeks, and the firm has not said whether it would replace them. Learn More