Egidio DiBenedetto
Yale spinoff accuses Apple of stealing invention

The technology behind the popular Mac features Spotlight and Time Machine may have been invented not in Silicon Valley, but in New Haven — and […]

Yale, federal officials investigate cause of deadly accident

Yale and federal officials were still searching Tuesday for the cause of Monday’s construction accident that left three injured and one dead. The construction company […]

1 dead, 3 injured in Science Park construction accident

One construction worker died and three others were injured after a steel beam collapsed at a Yale construction site in Science Park on Monday morning. […]

Four injured by fallen beam at Science Park construction site

A vertical steel frame of a building collapsed this morning at a Science Park construction site, injuring four workers, one of whom was pinned to […]

American Apparel struggles with debt, falling stock

American Apparel’s future may be uncertain, but the company says it has no plans to close its New Haven branch. The Los Angeles-based clothing chain […]

Downtown food co-op opening delayed

The opening of a food co-op at 360 State St. in downtown New Haven has been delayed three months until March 2011. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”6508″ ] […]

Jones ’11 continues to push living wage hike

It was standing-room only in the Aldermanic Chambers of New Haven City Hall Wednesday evening, as Yale community members and New Haven residents gathered to […]

Econ. prof Shiller says beware the ‘double dip’

If you thought the U.S. was out of the woods from the so-called Great Recession, think again, says Yale economics professor Robert Shiller. Shiller, who […]

Utilities work bogs down Prospect bridge construction

Some morning classes will start five minutes earlier. Shuttles to Science Hill will be diverted. And the renovation of the Prospect Street bridge has been […]

Rudy’s to reopen on Chapel

Rudy’s Bar and Grill, the popular 76-year-old watering hole that left its spot on Elm Street this summer, will move to its new location on […]

Yale pitches in to save tournament

This year’s Pilot Pen Tennis Tournament comes to an end tomorrow night, but the rally to keep it in Connecticut for future years is heating […]