April 6, 2011

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Deal elusive for
averting a shutdown

A White House push for a budget deal yesterday devolved into an exchange of accusations over spending priorities and political gamesmanship, increasing the odds of a partial government shutdown on Friday.
(By Theo Emery and Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)

US Democrats seek to delay primary

State party officials are being asked to delay the Massachusetts presidential primary, arguing in part that allowing the most Republican states to dominate early voting would bolster the chances of a more conservative candidate clinching the GOP nomination.
(By Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)

New stage for a seasoned performer

Mayor Thomas M. Menino promoted his choice of a longtime political player to head the Boston’s powerful planning agency, insisting that Peter Meade’s knowledge of Boston trumps his lack of professional planning experience. (By Noah Bierman and Casey Ross, Globe Staff)

Retailers push for e-commerce sales tax

The days of tax-free shopping at Amazon could be coming to an end — at least if merchants in Massachusetts and other states have their way. (By Jenn Abelson, Globe Staff)

Harvard helps retired
leaders find new purpose

Harvard University’s Advanced Leadership Initiative is a yearlong fellowship for people with 20 or more years of leadership experience who, instead of retiring, want to spend the next phase of their lives starting socially conscious ventures. (By Katie Johnston Chase, Globe Staff)


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