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Suffolk leader
suddenly retires

Suffolk University president David Sargent, whose unusually high compensation and abrupt contract extension sparked a campus outcry last year, will retire immediately, university officials said last night. (By Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)
THE GOVERNOR’S RACE | ON THE TRAIL

Cahill brushes off critics, odds

Despite poor poll numbers, independent gubernatorial candidate Timothy P. Cahill puts in 13-hour days and insists he is in it to win. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)

Strip-search victim criticizes Perry

Breaking her long silence, a woman who was illegally strip-searched in 1991 by a Wareham police officer under the command of Jeffrey D. Perry, then a police sergeant, said that Perry was nearby during the assault, failed to stop it, and tried to cover it up after the fact. (By Alan Wirzbicki and Donovan Slack, Globe Staff)

Entrepreneur planning
unsolicited bid for Globe

A Wellesley entrepreneur said yesterday he has put together a group of investors and management specialists who will try to buy The Boston Globe from its longtime owner, The New York Times Co. (By Robert Gavin, Globe Staff)

Virtual tracking fosters
real-life connections

Enthusiasts of location-based social networks say programs such as Foursquare, Brightkite, Gowalla, Facebook Places, Whrrl, and Yelp can work as the ultimate ice breaker, a way for virtual connections to leap into the real world. (By Beth Teitell, Globe Correspondent)

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