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By Robert Preer
Globe Correspondent / October 31, 2008

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As the global financial crisis starts to hit the local economy, Boston and the region can draw strength from a reservoir of intellectual talent and history of innovation, attendees at the fourth annual Ideas Boston conference were told yesterday. (Full article: 420 words)

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