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Levin to leave Yale

Yale University President Richard Levin will step down at the end of the current academic year.

Feds back Bike-Share in Bridgeport, traffic projects in Greenwich and Norwalk

Bridgeport won $1.6 million in funding from the Federal Highway Administration to roll out a Bike-Share program.

Datto in Inc. top 40 for growth

Datto Inc. was named the fastest growing company in Connecticut by Inc. magazine.

Kraft to sell majority stake in Back to Nature

Brynwood Partners of Greenwich, Conn., will buy a controlling stake in Kraft Foods’ Back to Nature natural food business through a joint venture with Kraft, which will continue to hold a substantial minority stake.

First Reserve acquires Texas chemical co.

Alongside SK Capital Partners, First Reserve Corp. is acquiring chemicals company TPC Group Inc.

Inside headhunting

Author Russell Reynolds, Jr. shares tips on career advancement from his new book about the world inside headhunting.

RSR Partners to relocate within Greenwich

Headhunting firm RSR Partners will be the lead tenant in the newly renovated waterfront property at 600 Steamboat Road in Greenwich.

Gridiron Capital completes second fund

Gridiron Capital L.L.C. closed fundraising on its second investment fund with $425 million in capital commitments.

Blyth to sell ViSalus shares in IPO

Blyth Inc. filed to sell off minority stakes in ViSalus in an initial public offering of stock.

Cervalis to construct 168,000-sq-ft Norwalk data center

Cervalis, an IT infrastructure provider, is building a data and disaster recovery center in Norwalk.

The J House eyes franchise model

A new contemporary hotel opening in Greenwich could become the basis for an international franchise.

Bridgewater to Stamford in First Five deal

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy made the hedge fund titan Bridgewater Associates the newest company in Connecticut’s “First Five” program.

A rush on the season for giving

Top income earners are scrambling to take advantage of estate and gift tax rates before the Bush-era tax cuts end and the Affordable Care Act income tax increases take effect.

Thomson Reuters is first Conn. ‘captive’

Four years after Connecticut created a new law authorizing “captive” insurance companies here, Thomson Reuters became the first to establish one here

Kimco buys into Fairfield County market

Kimco, led by a onetime GE Capital executive, snapped up a retail district in Wilton Center.