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UMass makes
deal for Bayside

The University of Massachusetts Boston has reached an agreement to acquire the troubled Bayside Exposition Center at Columbia Point in what would mark a major expansion by the school into neighboring waterfront property. (By Milton J. Valencia and Casey Ross, Globe Staff)

Top bank taps CEO from Mass.

Wellesley executive Brian T. Moynihan completed his meteoric rise through Bank of America Corp. yesterday when he was tapped to be chief executive of the nation’s largest bank. (By Andrew Caffrey and Todd Wallack, Globe Staff)

Rail stimulus funds to bypass Northeast

The railroad tracks from Boston to Washington have been virtually shut out of $8 billion worth of federal stimulus money set aside for high-speed rail projects because of a strict environmental review required by the Obama administration. (By Alan Wirzbicki, Globe Correspondent)

Brown hopes issues give him an opening

On paper, the special US Senate election next month between Republican Scott Brown and Democrat Martha Coakley should be another walkover for the Democrats. Yet the race will play out in a noxious political environment, providing a rare glint of hope for the state’s GOP. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)

State tax revenue on the
rebound, officials now say

State tax revenues appear to be bouncing back and will begin to grow next year, providing a long-awaited glimmer of good news after two years of falling tax collections, according to state officials and economic specialists. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)


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