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Seattle Times, September 6, 2015
What: Hotspot, an app for finding happy hours and buying discounted drinks...

Yale Daily News, August 28, 2015
A series of recent and upcoming business openings in downtown New Haven are diversifying the food options near campus...

Yale Alumni Magazine, May 1, 2015
Like many Yale graduate students, Forestry and Environmental Studies student Mary Rogalski ’09MES, ’15PhD, was putting the final touches on grant applications in late 2012. ..

Forbes, April 14, 2015
For a multitude of reasons, going to a sporting event, concert or any other event with a large group seems to create a more vivid, memorable experience. .., March 19, 2015
For the last seven years, Yale PhD student Staff Sheehan has been working on splitting water...

Wired, February 24, 2015
In the No Child Left Behind era, the quality of a school became inextricably tied to test scores—so much so that, in some school districts, test scores and attendance have become some of the only metrics that principals and superintendents keep track of today...

Bustle, January 8, 2015
If you know me, you know I’m kind of obsessed with TV characters’ style — I’ve written pages upon pages about the style on Pretty Little Liars, I could pick a Mindy Lahiri outfit out of a lineup any day, and I’d just about die for an ounce of Jessica Day’s ModCloth street cred. ..

GigaOm, December 29, 2014
Computer vision has seen some major advances over the past couple of years, and a New York-based startup called Dextro wants to take the field to a new level by making it easier to quantify what the computers are seeing. ..

Yale Daily News, December 4, 2014
Residents in cities and suburbs throughout the country could soon find an easier way to make it to a sporting event or music concert. ..

Businessweek, November 24, 2014
Siheun Song and Numaan Akram think a lot about taking the bus...

Washington Post, October 15, 2014
For all the talk about how video games may rot our kids’ brains (they’ve been linked to lower academic performance in college students and a lack of empathy in teens), there’s evidence that they can be used for good...

TechCrunch, August 26, 2014
Panorama Education, the Y-Combinator education startup backed by the likes of Mark and Priscilla Zuckerberg’s Startup:Education, Google Ventures and other notable investors, is today announcing a partnership with Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education that speaks to how the startup is evolving its core business model. ..

SciBX, August 7, 2014
Although there is widespread agreement on the need for a better way to diagnose preeclampsia, few companies have pursued new tests because finding specific markers has been difficult. ..

Gamasutra, July 30, 2014
A new study, based around an iPad game that teaches about the risks of HIV, has found that video games can be used in "new and exciting ways" to teach young kids real-world knowledge. ..

Information Week, July 22, 2014
Has the consolidation of the big data market already begun? Teradata's twin acquisitions of Hadapt and Revelytix, announced Tuesday, would suggest that it has...

Yale Medicine, June 23, 2014
As inventions go, Yale biomedical engineer Rong Fan’s entry into the innovation sweepstakes is not much to look at...

NationSwell, March 19, 2014
When you close your eyes and picture a scientist, what comes to mind? ..

NationSwell, March 19, 2014
When you close your eyes and picture a scientist, what comes to mind? ..

Connecticut Magazine, February 18, 2014
eartburn sufferers: Some Ivy League relief is on the way...

New Haven Register, February 17, 2014
Over the weekend, a local startup company called Eli Nutrition put a small batch of its new antacid, Tummyzen, up for sale on Amazon. ..

YaleNews, January 28, 2014
Both parents and health care providers wonder: What is the best way to get through to adolescents about the dangers of risky sexual behavior?..

New Haven Register, January 16, 2014
Yale University entrepreneurs figure prominently in the latest Forbes magazine list of game changers under the age of 30...

Yale Alumni Magazine, January 14, 2014
From time to time we write about people who are counted as Yalies although they never completed their Yale educations. ..

Hartford Business Journal, December 3, 2013
Branford medical technology startup Ancera Inc. is well on its way to raising $1.5 million from accredited investors, according to its financial filing...

Silicon Angle, November 4, 2013
Harnessing the power of Big Data is no small feat, requiring organizational commitment, substantial investments in infrastructure and talent and clear project objectives...

New Haven Register, October 29, 2013
Before taking the business world by storm and hobnobbing with the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, the founders of Panorama Education were simply three guys waiting to pitch their idea at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute’s Demo Day...

Yale Daily News, October 21, 2013
Panorama Education, a technology startup founded by several recent Yale graduates, is gaining attention in Silicon Valley...

TechCrunch, October 21, 2013
Panorama Education, a fast-growing startup that crafts and administers surveys for schools to help teachers and administrators get better insight into how they are performing in areas like learning and social inclusion, is today announcing a $4 million round of seed funding, which it will be using to take its big data approach to education deeper into the U.S. market and global...

FOX Business, October 21, 2013
On Monday, Cambridge-based startup Panorama Education announced it received the first public investment by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. ..

NetNewsCheck, September 25, 2013
Digital First Media today announced a partnership with advertising tech company PaperG that will allow DFM’s nearly 1,000 sales reps to build custom cross-platform advertising campaigns...

Silicon Angle, September 24, 2013
Breaking down data silos is a challenge enterprises have been trying to overcome for years...

Yale Alumni Magazine, September 9, 2013
Back in the spring of 2012, when Diana Lovett ’01 sold Whole Foods on her new product line, she had recipes, samples, and a poster-board presentation—but no actual products...

Boston Business Journal, September 9, 2013
The Boston Business Journal on Monday announced the 2013 class of 40 under 40 honorees — business and civic leaders who collectively represent the next wave of talent and commitment in the Boston economy...

TechCrunch, August 20, 2013
Convenience tech, developer assistance, and services for senior citizens were the big trends amongst the 45 startups that pitched on the record today at Y Combinator‘s Summer 2013 Demo Day. ..

TechCrunch, August 15, 2013
New Haven-based startup and current Y Combinator Summer 2013 participant Panorama Education is looking to address a major pain point for educators, students and parents around school with its polling app targeted at K-12 students. ..

Boston Globe, August 7, 2013
We’ve all heard a million explanations of how big data is going to impact our lives, but here’s my new favorite, courtesy of Hadapt chief executive Justin Borgman: “The world will get better without you knowing why.”..

PSFK, August 6, 2013
Looking for an alternative to the not-too-shabby pieces from IKEA?.., July 31, 2013
PaperG (, the leader in digital display advertising that automates the entire ad campaign from creation to distribution, announced its new multi-part panel event, The Madison&Main Series, which explores the intersection of Madison Avenue and Main Street and how ad technology is changing local advertising...

Yahoo! Small Business Advisor, July 30, 2013
No one should be surprised that Michael Inwald has sold $5 million worth of grilled cheese sandwiches by age 32. His path to becoming founder and president of Cheeseboy, the country’s first quick-service grilled cheese franchise chain, was short and direct...

Mother Nature Network, July 29, 2013
Kindly step aside “zonkey” ... today, here's a non-zoological portmanteau that combines flat-packed furniture with the traditional Japanese art of paper folding...

Afro, July 24, 2013
Black businesses and social causes may no longer be looking to sites such as Kickstarter and GoFundMe as crowdfunding platforms to raise start-up capital...

Boston Globe, July 15, 2013
It’s a case of high excitement at Cheeseboy --- the Boston-based chain with nine locations said that it has recently surpassed the one million mark in grilled cheese sandwich sales since its launch in 2009. ..

MIT Technology Review, June 25, 2013
In a small office near Central Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts, just across from Starbucks, is a small startup with a big idea for balancing biodiversity with business. SilviaTerra has developed better ways to identify and quantify the trees in forests, using smartphones and satellite imagery. ..

New Haven Register, June 15, 2013
Yale entrepreneurs are upgrading the way scientists monitor the body’s immune system, using the unique protein signature of the human cell itself. ..

Connecticut Business News Journal, June 10, 2013
Necessity is the mother of invention, so goes the familiar saying. ..

Boston Globe, May 20, 2013
Could this be a culinary first for the Hub? A brick-and-mortar restaurant devoted to the grilled cheese sandwich? ..

The Washington Post, May 6, 2013
Crowdfunding has opened up a world of opportunity to people searching for capital, but that doesn’t mean those opportunities extend equally to all segments of the population. BlackStartup debuted a crowdfunding platform today that features projects and ideas benefitting the African-American community. ..

Boston Globe, April 26, 2013
Michael Inwald claims to have no idea why April has been designated as National Grilled Cheese Month, but as the founder of the Cheeseboy chain, he is not about to pass up a homage to fromage. ..

QSR, April 17, 2013
In honor of National Grilled Cheese Month, Cheeseboy: Grilled Cheese To Go, America’s first quick-service grilled cheese franchise concept, announces its plans to identify and reward 10,000 individuals demonstrating acts of kindness throughout the Northeast in April. ..

Boston Business Journal, April 12, 2013
Michael Inwald used to give away grilled cheese sandwiches all day long at his Cheeseboy restaurants, for one day in the year. But now, he’s giving them away all month long. ..

Richmond Times Dispatch, April 7, 2013
The groom can return his tux, so why must the bride buy a pricey dress that will likely end up in a box under her bed? ..

Boston Herald, April 1, 2013
Grilled cheese retailer Cheeseboy said today it will reward 10,000 individuals who demonstrate acts of kindness throughout the Northeast with free grilled cheese sandwich vouchers in honor of National Grilled Cheese Month. ..

New Haven Register, March 29, 2013
HubSpot, a Cambridge, Mass.-based marketing software company, has closed on its deal to purchase PrepWork, an early-stage technology company from New Haven that was founded by a Yale University student studying for his master’s degree in business administration. ..

TechCrunch, March 28, 2013
Marketing software company HubSpot is announcing that it has acquired two small startups — Chime and PrepWork. ..

New Haven Register, March 12, 2013
Connecticut’s quasi-public technology investment agency has invested $950,000 in a half dozen New Haven-area technology start-up companies. ..

PR, December 30, 2012
The theater review website StageGrade emerged on the scene in 2010 to fill a glaring need: an objective report card revealing the critical consensus for every play and musical in New York City...

Bloomberg Businessweek, December 25, 2012
Here’s some bad news for those making New Year’s resolutions now: January is the worst month to try to change your life, according to data from StickK, one of several websites designed to help people achieve personal goals. .., December 19, 2012
Roammeo is a web and mobile search engine made for the moments when people know that something good must be going on in their area, but they don’t know what that “something” is. ..

Inc., December 12, 2012
Amid the war for technical talent in Silicon Valley, entrepreneurs sometimes complain about the shortage of capable engineers in the Bay Area. Now, one San Francisco-based advertising start-up is circumventing the problem by avoiding it entirely. ..

Business Insider, December 11, 2012
PaperG, a startup dedicated to giving small and medium-sized businesses a self-serve platform to create full-blown web and mobile banner campaigns in seconds, has opened an office in Seattle simply to poach talent that's bailing out of Microsoft Advertising, CEO Victor Wong tells us...

Business Insider, December 11, 2012
PaperG, a startup dedicated to giving small and medium-sized businesses a self-serve platform to create full-blown web and mobile banner campaigns in seconds, has opened an office in Seattle simply to poach talent that's bailing out of Microsoft Advertising, CEO Victor Wong tells us. ..

Entrepreneur, December 10, 2012
People who overturn the apple cart don't ask for permission. But it takes more than audacity for a 26-year-old to challenge an entire industry...

Yale News, December 5, 2012
In 2008 two Yale students wanted to find a way to recycle cell phones and other electronics so that they would not end up in landfills...

Hartford Courant, December 4, 2012
YouRenew, a New Haven company that buys back and resells used cellphones, computers and tablets, was acquired by Clover Wireless, a Chicago-based electronics buy-back and trade-in provider, the companies announced Monday. .., November 27, 2012
Justin Borgman, chief executive of Hadapt, explains how his company is helping launch the big data revolution, making Hadoop more accessible while breaking new ground in data science. ..

StreetFight, November 26, 2012
As 2012 draws to a close, mobile advertising remains somewhere between here and there. Inventory continues to explode, but lag on the demand-side drives down prices, making targeting — and specifically location targeting — a key differentiator...

Stamford Advocate, November 20, 2012
Online consumers who lean "green" in their shopping habits now have a day for themselves with the launch of "Green Tuesday" in the final week of November...

Boston Business Journal, November 19, 2012
Apache Hadoop, the open-source database platform popular with developers, has largely remained a "cool toy for people to experiment with" and mostly goes unused within the enterprise, says Justin Borgman, co-founder and CEO of Cambridge startup Hadapt. ..

New Haven Independent, November 13, 2012
With a few taps on an iPad, a New Haven principal may soon determine if her teachers are reaching 9th-grade C-student girls as well as 10th-grade boys who get As. ..

Boston Business Journal, November 8, 2012
Hadapt, a Cambridge-based database technology startup, has added $6.75 million in new funding, according to an SEC filing Thursday. ..

Forbes, October 25, 2012
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proclamation of the NYC Data Week, as Tim O’Reilly noted at the Startup Showcase, opens with the old adage, “In God we trust, all others bring data.” The 14 finalists at the event, one of about 100 public events this week in New York, brought not only data but also top data science skills and enterprising ideas, hoping that competition judges Tim O’Reilly and Fred Wilson will select them as standing “apart from the rest.”..

Boston Business Journal, October 19, 2012
Cheeseboy is looking to open its first brick-and-mortar location in Downtown Crossing, although nothing is official yet, according to the chain. .., October 17, 2012
If you, like me, sometimes wish you had an assistant to help organize your day, PrepWork is a free service worth checking out. ..

eWeek, October 16, 2012
Hadapt, provider of a big data analytics solution, has announced version 2.0 of its Adaptive Analytical Platform. ..

StreetFight, October 16, 2012
A new survey released by local advertising technology company PaperG highlights the clear, continuing indication that mobile advertising is becoming increasingly important to media buyers. ..

StreetFight, October 16, 2012
A new survey released by local advertising technology company PaperG highlights the clear, continuing indication that mobile advertising is becoming increasingly important to media buyers. ..

New Haven Independent, October 11, 2012
Ethan Carlson passed up Wall Street to help a New Haven company develop a “magic black box” that purifies wastewater while generating electricity—and to be the first of a fleet of idealistic young people headed here to work with start-ups. ..

QSR, October 2, 2012
Grilled cheese sandwiches have traditionally been made at home or at full-service diners. ..

MedCityNews, September 27, 2012
As pharmaceutical companies try to figure out new ways to improve adherence, some are researching the feasibility of developing innovative incentives with a behavioral economics firm. ..

NetNewsCheck, September 27, 2012
PaperG has formed a partnership with the New York State Broadcasters Association that will give the association’s 300-plus television and radio station members access to the ad tech company’s PlaceLocal ad platform. ..

TechCrunch, September 26, 2012
When Desmos launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC last year, the startup was on a mission to create platform-agnostic software that would allow users to build and share their own educational content...

New Haven Independent, September 14, 2012
A popular New Haven cheese restaurant is looking to place ambitious new items on the menu: fluorescent lamps and electronically commutated motors...

GSM Nation, September 13, 2012
We are very proud to announce that GSM Nation has been included in the Empact100 List by Empact, an organization that focuses on making entrepreneurship a viable career option for everyone around the world...

Beye Network, September 11, 2012
This BeyeNETWORK Spotlight features Ron Powell's interview with Justin Borgman, Co-Founder and CEO of Hadapt. Justin explains how Hadapt integrates SQL and Hadoop in a single unified platform – no connectors, complexities, or rigid structure, and he shares the resultant benefits of that approach...

PaperG, September 10, 2012
Today we are proud to announce that PaperG has been included in the Empact100, a list of the United States’ “Top 100 Companies Started by Young Entrepreneurs.”..

New Haven Independent, September 6, 2012
When Zach Rotholz started selling recycled-cardboard chairs on York Street last year, people thought: Interesting...

Entrepreneur, August 28, 2012
In the fall of 2004, when 18-year-old Pakistani squash champion Ahmed Khattak arrived at Yale to play for the university and take advantage of a full academic scholarship, his first priority was to buy a cell phone to call his family back home...

Forbes, August 28, 2012
Mingsheng Hong is Chief Data Scientist at Hadapt, a Boston-based startup that offers an analytical platform that integrates structured and unstructured data in one cloud-optimized system. ..

Connecticut Law Tribune, August 24, 2012
A guy walks into a bar ready to sing some songs in Spanish and Mandarin, and he's greeted by servers dressed as superheroes. ..

Inc. Magazine, August 22, 2012
Last year, I received a call from the National Science Foundation, inviting me to teach entrepreneurship to a group of scientists in a new program called the Innovation Corps...

Red Eye Chicago, August 6, 2012
The latest food truck to join Chicago’s growing street food scene doles out healthy salads courtesy of two recent Yale graduates who have already set up successful storefronts in New Haven, Conn...

GigaOm, July 18, 2012
In Silicon Valley, we idolize those who work longer hours and make more sacrifices for their startup. That lifestyle didn’t interest Desmos founder and CEO Eli Luberoff. ..

Forbes, July 17, 2012
As Leonard Bernstein wrote, “To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan and not quite enough time.”.., July 5, 2012
When Zack Parisa decided to become a forester at age 13, one incentive was avoiding a desk job like the one held by his father, a NASA rocket scientist...

GigaOm, June 25, 2012
Virtual operators are sprouting up like weeds in a garden – except these weeds are starting to look a lot more attractive than the rose beds they’re enveloping. ..

BusinessWeek, June 18, 2012
GSM Nation has spent the past two years selling unlocked smartphones through its online retail portal, and in the process it has steered tens of thousands of customers toward contract-free voice and data plans offered by the newly emerging class of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs). ..

CNN, May 28, 2012
You might want to lose weight, but the noticeable benefits seem so far off in the future that you continually procrastinate. ..

U.S News & World Report, May 11, 2012
Are you considering sending your child to the United States for high school? For an international student who's ready to handle the transition, it can be a way to help ensure they're academically and socially prepared before entering a U.S. college, some experts say. .., May 10, 2012
Hadapt, whose data analytics framework natively integrates Apache Hadoop with any relational database, joined forces May 10 with Hadoop interface provider Cloudera to produce an advanced big data-type tool for enterprises. ..

WNPR, May 7, 2012
Most people wait till adulthood to discover their knack for business. But others tap into their entrepreneurial spirit before they even hold a drivers license...

Audobon Magazine, May 7, 2012
Every year more than two million U.S. couples walk down the aisle-to the tune of about $26,000 per wedding...

Hartford Courant, May 7, 2012
When I got married, a green wedding meant attendants in mint-colored dresses or guests tossing bird seed instead of confetti at the happy couple...

Earth Techling, April 10, 2012
For the longest time it has been playing catch-up, but New York City may at last be taking a forward role in the development of green technology. .. ( News from the Blue Room), April 9, 2012
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today announced that New York City has tripled its production of solar power by completing the installation of solar panels on city-owned buildings across all five boroughs. ..

The Boston Globe, April 7, 2012
Let’s say you want to adopt some healthier habits: start biking to work, give up the 300-calorie Starbucks Frappuccinos, quit smoking once and for all. All it takes is a little willpower, right? ..

Wall Street Journal, March 28, 2012
Education, long a favorite cause among Bay Area philanthropists, is also starting to attract technologists who want to make money in it...

Forbes, March 20, 2012
Ahmed Khattak knows how to grow a business–fast...

Hartford Courant, March 6, 2012
Connecticut Innovations will pay nine nascent companies $25,000 each, and provide mentoring for them, as part of the technology investment agency's "TechStart accelerator"...

Inc., March 4, 2012
For Yale University students Jerry Choinski and Etkin Tekin, the dreaded “freshman 15” came two years late. The juniors were living in off-campus housing for the first time. And without the campus housing meal plan, they resorted to the fatty, unhealthy foods typical of college living...

Yale Daily News, February 21, 2012
Roughly four years after two Yale professors and a student in the Yale School of Management launched, a website that lets people impose monetary penalties on themselves if they fail to keep their promises, the service has more than 150,000 users, including upwards of 300 affiliated with the University...

Hartford Courant, February 20, 2012
As Zach Rotholz waited for customers in one of the 54 hours a week he spends at his Chairigami store, a middle-aged man walked in...

Fox CT, February 20, 2012
Ahmed Khattak talks about his CT based wireless company, and being named one of Bloomberg's Best Young Entrepeneurs...

The New Journal, February 17, 2012
Cheeseboy is a young and rapidly expanding company that operates “quick-service restaurants” specializing in grilled cheese. It is also the nickname of the company’s cheese-crazy founder and president, Michael Inwald SOM ’10...

TIME Ideas, February 15, 2012
They aim to “disrupt” education in productive ways, to introduce tools that will transform the way we learn just as other technologies have transformed the way we work, the way we communicate and the way we entertain ourselves...

TechCrunch, February 14, 2012
Back in May, a startup named Desmos launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC with the hope of addressing the fragmentation inherent to education by way of platform-agnostic software that allows users to build and share their own rich educational content...

Splice Today, January 20, 2012
Moving out of your college dorm at the end of the semester would be a lot easier if you knew you could just chuck all the furniture out the window and drive back to Minnesota..

New Haven Independent, January 3, 2012
Daniel Abadi’s new Science Park company snagged $9.5 million to start hiring people fast—in Cambridge. ..

Boston Business Journal, December 30, 2011
Capitalizing on people’s love of gooey grilled cheese sandwiches was not Michael Inwald’s passion in college...

Channel 3 Eyewitness News, December 1, 2011

Yale Daily News, October 26, 2011
When The Little Salad Shop opened its doors this fall at 45 High St. — joining the stretch of the street between Chapel and Crown that includes Starbucks, Y Haircutting and Ibiza — the store became the fifth business to operate from the location in the past decade..., October 21, 2011
Need to find a needle in a haystack — or a crucial piece of business information that could be sitting in any one of a hundred different far-flung databases? That's the challenge that the rapidly-growing "big data" sector tries to address...

Yale Daily News, October 5, 2011
Some Yalies dream of starting their own company, but others, like Eli Luberoff ’09, actually do so...

Bloomberg Businessweek, September 15, 2011
Aware that educational software compatibility plagues students and teachers, longtime tutor Eli Luberoff took a year off from Yale to work on software to help people collaborate remotely. ..

Bloomberg Businessweek, September 15, 2011
During a year off spent working in London, Yale student Ahmed Khattak saw that Europeans commonly used cell phones free of contracts with wireless carriers...

Yale Daily News, September 8, 2011
Two groups of Yalies are trying to save students money on textbook purchases in two very different ways...

New Haven Independent, September 8, 2011
An itinerant minister from Minnesota needed a light-weight fold-up altar. A deejay was looking for a portable stand for wedding sign-ins...

Yale Daily News, September 7, 2011
Students in search of course books this semester have few options in New Haven, but ever more online...

Yale Daily News, September 2, 2011
Watch out, Ikea. Zach Rotholz ’11, the founder and owner of Chairigami, a company that sells furniture made with only cardboard, is challenging people to rethink furniture, one chair at a time...

WTNH TV, September 1, 2011
Ancera is a rapid diagnostics device company. We are in the business of rapid pathogen detection in the food pathogen testing market, clinical diagnostics market and research market...

Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science News, August 26, 2011
After spending the summer at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute developing a business plan based on his senior project, 2011 Yale Engineering graduate Zachary Rotholz will open a retail business in New Haven on September 1...

Hartford Courant, August 25, 2011
Returning Yale University students have a new healthy takeout spot near campus - and they have three of their classmates to thank for it. Seniors Jerry Choinski, Etkin Tekin and Tiffany Ho are the owners of Little Salad Shop, serving made-to-order salads, smoothies and other snacks...

New Haven Independent, August 24, 2011
On its first full day of business, a newly opened salad shop on High Street received positive reviews from a successful restaurateur and a caution about pricing from a recovering carnivore...

Yale Daily News, August 21, 2011
A new, student-run health food shop is set to open this week as summer-soaked Yalies flock back to the Elm City...

Wired Campus (The Chronicle of Higher Education), August 20, 2011
Traditionally, students shopping for textbooks have faced a simple choice: buy new or buy used?..

Boldfacers, August 2, 2011
Although he was an average testosterone-kooky teen, all Michael Inwald could think about on his 16th birthday was cheese. Munster! So silky. ..

TechCrunch, June 24, 2011
One of my favorite demos at Disrupt NYC was from an education startup called Desmos that is reinventing the whiteboard to make it browser-based and interactive (watch their Disrupt video below)...

Bloomberg Businessweek, June 21, 2011
When Robert Casey first learned that the average lifespan of a cell phone is only 15 months, the then-Yale undergrad imagined that refurbishing working phones could keep them out of landfills—and be more profitable than recycling them for metal and parts. With less than 20 percent of electronic waste recycled, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, "We’re competing against the trash can," says Casey, now 23...

Nation's Restaurant News, June 15, 2011
Grilled cheese sandwiches, like so much comfort food these days, are running wild in restaurants from fast casual to fine dining...