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MassChallenge Celebrates Deval Patrick’s Influence in Tech Community

On Wednesday night, MassChallenge, the world's largest startup accelerator, awarded $1.75 million in funding to 21 companies.

Apple CEO: ‘I’m Proud to Be Gay’

Apple CEO Tim Cook, in an essay written for Bloomberg Businessweek, said that while he never denied his sexuality, he never publicly acknowledged it, either.

Massport Workers Admit Taking Bribes

Four Massachusetts Port Authority employees have pleaded guilty to taking bribes from cab drivers and letting them cut ahead of other taxis to pick up fares at Logan International Airport.

Paid Sick Leave Could Destroy the Restaurant Industry! Oh Wait, That’s Wrong—It Totally Won’t

Opponents of paid sick leave paint a picture of economic catastrophe, but, says Luke O’Neil, if businesses can’t treat workers fairly, maybe they shouldn’t be in business at all. The 2014 Massachusetts Ballot Questions Explained in Plain English Big Business Is Spending Like Crazy on the Ballot Questions. Does It Matter?

Don’t Worry Boston: Changes Unlikely for Hubway

The company that manages Hubway may be changing ownership, but the City of Boston is not expecting any significant changes to its bike sharing service. Company Behind Hubway Bike-Share Bought Out Workers Seeking Union Representation

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