Samuel Breidbart
Shiller sages grim future for real estate

  On a night when exit polls for the Pennsylvania presidential primaries showed that many voters already lacked confidence in the economy, Yale economics professor […]

Elis rev up for summer campaign jobs

While the long presidential primary has left some Yale politicos with more experience than they ever could have expected, Jacob Koch ’10 has many of […]

Rell apologizes for rail-facility expenses

In the face of mounting frustration among state legislators over unexpected price increases for the planned New Haven Rail Maintenance Facility, Gov. M. Jodi Rell […]

N.Y. governor says no to Broadwater

Two energy companies’ bid to construct a liquefied-natural-gas terminal in the Long Island Sound effectively died Thursday as New York Gov. David Paterson announced he […]

Conn. AG threatens to sue NY over gas pipeline

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 on Monday threatened New York with legal if the state decides to go ahead with construction of a […]

State money may fill hole in city budget

City leaders breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday after a state legislative panel passed a new economic aid package that would provide $102.7 million for […]

Three Yale grad schools top U.S. News

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Yale placed first in three sets of rankings in U.S. News & World […]

Mayors hope to raise sales tax

United in their fear of an impending financial crisis, the mayors of New Haven, Stamford and Bridgeport went before the General Assembly on Monday to […]

Feds approve gas terminal for Sound

The Federal Energy Regulation Commission voted 5-0 last Friday to approve the Broadwater Energy liquefied-natural-gas terminal, overriding the protests from a group of local public […]

Pepper: History lends lessons for business, victory

John Pepper ’60, former CEO of Procter & Gamble, spoke with the News about his career at Yale and his rise to the top of […]

Campus Cash may premiere in fall ’08

When members of the Yale College Council first proposed their “Campus Cash” program in October 2006, they hoped students would be able to sign up […]