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MLB Wishes You’d Watch the World Series, But Will Stay Rich If You Don’t

Baseball spent futile decades trying to mimic the NFL’s broadcast model. At some point in this century, the sport wised up to itself, recognized that would never happen and recast itself as a cable television show. MLB is “Law & Order” reruns. As World Series Begins, Red Sox Must Adapt to a Changing Game Pete Frates To Be Honored at World Series Game Wednesday Night

Judge Orders Joe’s Lobster Mart to Close Over Stolen Oysters

Time is running out on Joe Vaudo, the owner of Joe’s Lobster Mart in Sandwich, which has faced a regulatory battle over the course of the year after the longtime small businessman admitted to receiving stolen oysters. Inside the Hazy World of Oyster Theft Vaudo Gets Injunction Vaudo Makes His Case at September Hearing Story Shook Sandwich Oyster Thief Gets 2 Years

Google’s Eric Schmidt Will Keynote Next Week’s MassChallenge Awards

This morning, MassChallenge announced that it has added another "surprise" keynote speaker to the already impressive list of speakers for next week's mass challenge awards.

Many With Student Debt Have Buyer’s Remorse

When you’re 18 and heading off to college, student debt may seem like a far-off concern for some adult version of yourself to deal with. How to Manage Your Student Debt, and Other College Loan Questions Living With Student Debt in Boston: 10 Stories Even the Rich Say College Costs Are a Pain

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