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DiMasi's friend resigns from firm

Cofounder aided ticket brokers, gave speaker loan

By Andrea Estes and Stephen Kurkjian
Globe Correspondent / May 15, 2008

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Richard D. Vitale resigned yesterday from the large Charlestown accounting firm he cofounded 30 years ago, Vitale, Caturano & Co., after the recent disclosure that he helped Massachusetts ticket brokers push legislation on Beacon Hill while failing to register as a lobbyist. (Full article: 841 words)

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