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Top business stories of 2013

In 2013, the top business headlines ranged from Boston picking a new mayor in Martin J. Walsh, who proposed abolishing the Boston Redevelopment Authority to voters rejecting multiple proposals to licenses casinos and a slot parlor. Which story do you think dominated business headlines in 2013? Rank your picks.
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How you rank this year's business stories

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Boston-area business stories

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  • Voters reject proposals for casinos and a slot parlor.

  • Seaport District faces traffic woes.

  • Chinese firm accused of stealing from AMSC.

  • Utility CEO Tom May's holdings top $80 million.

  • Mass. partners with Israel to build water technology.

  • Deloitte delivers the state a problem-plagued system.

  • The Mass. economy slows and unemployment rises.

  • Long-term unemployment remains near record levels.

  • Marathon bombings closes Back Bay businesses.

  • The redevelopment of the ex-Filene's site resumes.

  • Mayor-elect Martin J. Walsh calls for the BRA's end.

  • Amazon.com starts collecting Mass. sales tax.

  • A family feud rekindles a battle for Market Basket.

  • Discounter Building 19 files for bankruptcy.

  • Housing market bounces back with a vengeance.

  • New flood zone maps drive up homeowners' costs.

  • State repeals a technology tax after an uproar.

  • Startup fever is driven investors and entrepreneurs.

  • Leaders eye a 2024 Olympic bid for Boston.

  • Airlines add more international destinations at Logan.

  • MBTA announces service until 3 a.m. on weekends.

  • Red Sox owner John Henry buys The Boston Globe.

  • Hospitals continue to consolidate statewide.

  • Local biotech companies face setbacks.