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Top business stories of the year

As 2012 comes to a close, Boston Globe reporters and editors came up with the following list of the biggest local stories of the year — including Curt Schilling's 38 Studios going bankrupt, the Massachusetts economy slowing, and the housing market's rebound. Now we're looking for your help in determining which is the biggest story of the year.

Now we're looking for your help in determining which is the biggest story of the year.

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Topics

Drag your the topics on the right to the spaces on the left in order of importance.

  • National fungal meningitis outbreak is tied to a Mass. firm

  • Curt Schilling's 38 Studios goes bankrupt

  • NStar agrees to buy Cape Wind power, gains approval for merger

  • Restaurants continue to substitute cheaper species of fish for more expensive ones

  • Mitt Romney’s handling of the Mass. economy becomes an issue in the presidential election

  • Investigation launched into allegations of racial profiling at Boston Logan International Airport

  • Upper Crust goes bankrupt

  • Priceline.com Inc. buys Kayak Software Corp.

  • Mass. economy slows

  • The housing market rebounds

  • A123 Systems, Inc. files for bankruptcy

  • Nonstop flights between Boston and Tokyo begin

  • Liberty Mutual pays its CEO and chairman $200m over four years

  • Redevelopment of Filene’s site begins anew

  • Labor violations at the Boston Marriott Copley Plaza’s renovation

  • Construction of apartment buildings takes off

  • Amazon buys North Reading robot maker Kiva Systems Inc.

  • New England ski industry has a tough year

  • Pax East video game convention decides to stay in Boston

  • FDA approves 2 drugs from Mass. biotechs

  • OneUnited Bank forecloses on Charles Street AME Church

  • State AGs reach $25b mortgage fraud settlement

  • Safety practices of Walmart contractors questioned in a lawsuit following the death of a worker

  • Amazon to collect sales tax from Mass. residents