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George Kimball was truly one of a kind
By Bob Ryan, Globe Columnist George Kimball, who died Wednesday at age 67, was an undeniably great writer, and I do not use that adjective...
DC group raises money, enlists volunteers to help Elizabeth Warren in possible Senate bid
The Washington–based group trying to draft Elizabeth Warren to run for US Senate said today that it had raised $100,000, including $75,000 that would be available in cash should the former Obama adviser decide to enter the Democratic primary to challenge Republican Scott Brown.
YT: Budget BluesPatrick signs law changing labor union role in health care plans for cities and towns
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After deliberating less than four hours, a federal jury acquitted ex-Boston firefighter Albert Arroyo of fraud charges, which were brought after he participated in bodybuilding competitions and other strenuous activity while on disability leave. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)
Google said that it will pay $12.5 billion for cellphone maker Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc., the biggest acquisition in the Internet search giant’s history and one designed to make it a more formidable competitor to Apple Inc. and its iPhone. (By Hiawatha Bray, Globe Staff)
Sovereign Bank is formally moving its headquarters to Boston, the bank confirmed yesterday, making it the largest retail bank based in Massachusetts and ending a long streak of corporate headquarters leaving the region. (By Todd Wallack, Globe Staff)
Over-the-counter diet pills and tea that were banned from the market nearly two years ago because of contamination with dangerous chemicals remain widely available in Greater Boston and popular among Brazilian women seeking to shed pounds, according to a new study by Harvard Medical School researchers. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)
The MFA is charging $200 for the chance to view the first complete Boston presentation by artist Christian Marclay of “The Clock,” a 24-hour film installation made up of hundreds of movie and television clips with references synched to real time. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)
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