Connecticut start-ups awarded $5 million
Connecticut’s “Innovation Ecosystem,” a program launched last year by Gov. Dannel Malloy to invest in emerging Connecticut businesses, is awarding $5 million to start-ups in an effort to support entrepreneurship in the state. The funds will come from the $626 million jobs bill approved by the state legislature in 2011. The money will be divided »
Obesity plagues Elm City
Obesity and diabetes are more prevalent in low-income New Haven neighborhoods, according to a report by DataHaven.
Elm City disparities persist
New Haven continues to face severe racial and income disparities in quality of health and educational achievement, according to a report released by DataHaven.
Unused state bonds stir debate
According to a report released Wednesday, the state has approximately $6 billion tied up in authorized but unissued bonds.
YEI launches new adviser program
The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute is weeks away from launching a new advising system that will benefit students involved in its Venture Creation program.