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New York Times Co. Ends Bid to Sell Boston Globe

Filed in Business, Headline, Local News by on October 14, 2009 0 Comments
New York Times Co. Ends Bid to Sell Boston Globe

For the first time in awhile, there is some good news to report about the Boston Globe. Wednesday, the New York Times Co. announced its decision not to sell the Globe, citing a number of cost-saving measures the Boston paper implemented earlier this year. In a memo to Globe employees, Times Co. chairman Arthur Ochs […]

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The Ultimate After School Job: Cambridge Community Television’s School Year Production Program

The Ultimate After School Job: Cambridge Community Television’s School Year Production Program

Does the thought of an after school job remind of you of slinging burgers and mopping up messes in aisle 3? Changing dirty diapers for a screaming toddler? Yeah, us too. As heinous as it was, those teenage experiences helped shape our future. Now it’s our turn to encourage Cambridge teens to take hold of […]

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Boston’s South End Welcomes New Business: Around The Corner

Boston’s South End Welcomes New Business: Around The Corner

As chain stores continue to pop up left and right, it’s vital to support the independent businesses that give Boston its truly unique sense of character. Empowered by a passion for her industry and a desire to support Boston’s thriving art community, one Boston woman is looking to take the creative world by storm. A […]

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Make The Promise To Save The Women In Your Life

Make The Promise To Save The Women In Your Life

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. That means the odds are that a woman you know could be a victim of the second most frequent cause of death among their gender. But as revolutions in cancer research continue to progress, a breast cancer diagnosis is no longer a […]

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Beacon Hill Athletic Clubs Celebrates 20 Years

Beacon Hill Athletic Clubs Celebrates 20 Years

The Beacon Hill Athletic Clubs are celebrating their 20th year anniversary. Listen as the staff explains what makes BHAC a great place for anyone to work out.

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Simmons School of Management Presents Alumnae Achievement Award to Gretchen Fox

Simmons School of Management Presents Alumnae Achievement Award to Gretchen Fox

In a world where the odds are clearly stacked against entrepreneurs, the journey of a female entrepreneur proves to be a lesson in fighting one’s way to the top. Simmons College alumna Gretchen Fox exemplifies the power and intelligence necessary to flourish in the business world, and in honor of her extensive business and philanthropic […]

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DART Boston Helps Develop Entrepreneurs

Filed in Business, Local Events by on September 17, 2009 0 Comments
DART Boston Helps Develop Entrepreneurs

A few months back, one my social media buddies Stuart Foster, keyed me into a new organization here in Boston called DART Boston. At the time, the group was literally in its idea phase and already stretched a little short on time I put it out of mind for the time being, especially considering I […]

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Southwest brings more discount airfare to Boston

Filed in Business, Local News by on August 17, 2009 1 Comment
Southwest brings more discount airfare to Boston

The nation’s leading low-fare carrier, Southwest Airlines, has just launched service from Boston’s Logan International Airport, and will offer discounted flights set to compete with Boston’s major discount carrier, Jet Blue. Southwest will now offer 10 daily flights from Boston: five non-stop flights to Chicago Midway(MDW), and five to Baltimore/Washington(BWI). As airlines battle higher fuel […]

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Boston Globe won’t be free online

Filed in Business, Local News by on August 7, 2009 0 Comments
Boston Globe won’t be free online

Rupert Murdoch, owner of media giant News Corp, announced earlier this week that almost all online versions of his publications will begin charging fees for access.  Soon after, Globe publisher P. Steven Ainsley stated that Boston.com would follow suit, and is set to begin charging readers fees to view the site’s content. Murdoch’s newspapers have […]

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Become A Bartender For Less At DrinkMaster Bartending School

Filed in Business, Careers & Workplace by on July 31, 2009 0 Comments
Become A Bartender For Less At DrinkMaster Bartending School

In this era of dwindling finances and pink-slips gone wild, there are certain careers we can be sure are in demand. Doctors? We’ll always be sick. Bankruptcy lawyers? Scoring big nowadays. Bartenders? Now, that’s what we call job security. If there’s one thing we’re sure of, people will always be looking to get a little […]

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