Jiahui Hu
Staff Reporter
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DOJ investigates Alexion for bribery

The U.S. Department of Justice targeted Alexion — a pharmaceutical company relocating to New Haven in January — for bribery investigations last month, continuing the government’s yearslong trend of looking into pharmaceutical companies for overseas bribery.

Buyer makes Church St. South offer

Preservation of Affordable Housing — a national nonprofit that renovates and redevelops affordable housing — offered to purchase Church Street South last week from current owner Northland Investment Corporation.

Victory by 17 votes

Sarah Eidelson ’12 won a third term as Ward 1 alder Tuesday by 17 votes — the narrowest margin in Ward 1 history.

City supports high-end housing

Mayor Toni Harp cut the ribbon in front of College & Crown: A Centerplace Thursday, welcoming another high-end development to the Elm City.

Jordan’s Furniture to open in New Haven

Zip lines, a 45-foot fountain and the world’s largest indoor adventure rope course will all come to New Haven in time for Christmas, bundled inside a 200,000-square-foot furniture store.

Arvinas grows office space

Roughly two weeks ago, Arvinas — one of the city’s most successful biotech companies — grew its New Haven office by 5,000 square feet, aided by city officials who feared the company would otherwise relocate.

Church Street South lawsuit to be filed

Residents of Church Street South — a debilitated housing complex on track for demolition — have complained about their living conditions for nearly a decade. Recently, their cause was taken up by distinguished Elm City attorney David Rosen LAW ’69, who filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of the residents.

State grants millions in housing funds

Two Elm City affordable housing projects will see an influx in funding of up to $7.75 million from the Connecticut Department of Housing, Gov. Dannel Malloy announced Monday.

City ousts campus food trucks

Two weeks after the New Haven Building Department stepped up its enforcement of food vendor ordinances, the College Street landscape has drastically changed. After a […]

Gaga, Yale take on emotional intelligence

Hundreds crowded into the Yale School of Management Saturday to listen to Lady Gaga — but they were not there to hear her sing.

Entrepreneurship groups focus on social engagement

Yale’s entrepreneurs are increasingly seeking to do good while turning a profit.