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INNOVATION ECONOMY

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Economy slows;
a 2d slump is feared

Ben S. Bernanke, the Federal Reserve chairman, said yesterday that he is prepared to act to prop up the economy, following a government report that economic growth in the second quarter was much slower than previously estimated. (By Erin Ailworth, Boston Globe)

Salvation Army cuts ties with United Way

A simmering battle between two leading nonprofit organizations erupted publicly yesterday when the Salvation Army of Massachusetts abruptly severed ties with United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, ending a 70-year relationship.
(By Megan Woolhouse, Boston Globe)

Running hard against
the Scott Brown effect

Democratic US Representative James McGovern faces a tough reelection bid in the Third District, which voted overwhelmingly for Scott Brown in January.
(By Donovan Slack, Boston Globe)

Fridays, fabulous — and free

A Newton-based foundation has made good times in a tough economy a lot easier to afford by underwriting the price of admission at museums and other venues throughout the summer. (By David Abel, Boston Globe)

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