Steven Siegel
Hospital unionization dispute escalates

The divide between Yale-New Haven Hospital and the union seeking to organize 1,800 of its employees continues to grow, as union and hospital officials show […]

Classes server makers fight Blackboard patent

The makers of the software behind Yale’s Classes*v2 server are taking legal steps to challenge a patent they say is too broad and may ultimately […]

Univ. alters accounting for grants

  Faculty members have started to feel the effects of the federal government’s ongoing investigation into the University’s grant administration. The investigation has prompted Yale […]

Investors are top earners

The University’s top investments officers are some of the best-paid among their peers at other schools, according to tax filings, despite a perennial debate over […]

Libraries increase security

Two months after an antique map dealer was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in federal prison for stealing millions of dollars worth of rare maps, including […]

Local unions call again for Univ. to increase retirees’ pension sums

Labor leaders renewed their calls for the University to pay some of its older retirees a fair pension Tuesday night. Locals 34 and 35 held […]

ITS steps up spam war

Information Technology Services will soon deploy its latest weapon in the ongoing battle against spam. ITS administrators said they plan to change the settings on […]

Univ. announces new labor relations jobs

In the latest development in an ongoing effort to improve labor-management relations at Yale, two openings for “best practices” facilitators were announced on Wednesday. The […]

UHS faces problems due to overcrowding

The Yale Health Plan lost 40 subscribers in the latest open enrollment period that ended Sunday, but administrators said they are concerned that the number […]

Hedge funds are a mixed bag

Recent movements within the hedge fund industry are sending mixed messages about the health of a financial sector that has been critical to the recent […]

Levin’s visit to China to boost Univ. profile

University President Richard Levin will meet with students in both Beijing and Shanghai next week in the latest of his many visits to China. Levin […]