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The Boston Globe has published a heartbreaking appeal from the parents of Martin Richard, the 8-year-old boy who died in the Boston Marathon bombing. Bill and Denise Richard (who were also injured in the blast, along with their two surviving children) are asking prosecutors to stop seeking the death penalty... More »
Parents of Boston bombing victim Martin Richard are hoping their child's murderer avoids the distracting spectacle of the death penalty. [Boston Globe] Local prosecutor may have been munching down on pot brownies. [Al.com] At least...Show More Summary
Big news from my other employer, WGBH: Henry Santoro will be joining WGBH Radio (89.7 FM) as a news anchor. Henry announced the move this morning on The Boston Globe’s online radio station, RadioBDC, where he had worked since 2012. Henry and I worked together for years at The Boston Phoenix, where he was the morning […]
Few know the devastation of the Boston Marathon bombings better than Bill and Denise Richard—their 8-year-old son, Martin, was killed and their daughter, Jane, lost a leg. In the Boston Globe today, however, the Richards make a plea that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev be spared the death penalty. The Richards ask...
For the second time in as many weeks, a major newspaper has placed a powerful and dominating editorial on its front page. Boston Globe readers awoke to a front page plea from Bill and Denise Richard, the parents of an eight year old son who was killed and a seven year old daughter who was seriously injured in the Boston Marathon bombing attack. Show More Summary
In case you haven’t seen it yet, Bill and Denise Richard have written a magnificent essay for The Boston Globe asking that the government drop its quest to execute the Boston Marathon bomber. (In deference to the Richards’ decision not to name the bomber, I won’t either.) “For us,” they write, “the story of Marathon […]
The Boston Globe is joining other news organizations, including The New York Times, in pursuing native advertising — content that consists of editorial-like material but is bought and paid for. And the executive who’ll be in charge of it is Andrew Gully, a former longtime Boston Herald staffer who rose to managing editor for news in […]
To understand the competition New York City is up against as it tries to attract and nurture the life sciences industry, just take a look at Wednesday's Boston Globe. The chronicle of Alexandria Real... To view the full story, click the title link.
source: Boston Globe ANALYSIS The "Americanized Negro" has a challenge that remains unresolved in his psyche. His leftist activist history while on the outside tells him: "Capitalism = Racism" and his main purpose must be to DESTROY CAPITALISM. Show More Summary
Our old friend (and former Nieman Fellow) David Skok got a nice promotion at The Boston Globe yesterday, being bumped up from digital advisor to the editor to both managing editor for digital and general manager of BostonGlobe.com. He also spent part of the day here on campus, giving a talk at the Shorenstein Center...
In a well-reported piece in The Boston Globe this week, Taryn Luna pieces together, as best she can, some of the ill-fated business moves that led to the recent bankruptcy filing of Karmaloop, a streetwear fashion e-commerce company....Show More Summary
Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley suffered a left quad contusion during Tuesday's game against the Toronto Raptors. Continue for updates. Bradley Suffers Leg Injury vs. Raptors Tuesday, April 14 Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston GlobeShow More Summary
David Skok sees his mission at The Boston Globe as helping to define the organization’s RPP — “resources, priorities and processes,” in the words of Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen. “Clay’s theory would argue that that’s what forms the culture,” Skok says. Show More Summary
Boston Globe digital advisor David Skok has been named managing editor for digital at the publication, Globe editor Brian McGrory told staffers in a memo Tuesday. Skok’s new title comes with the responsibility of being general manager...Show More Summary
Former Democratic Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is joining the Boston-based private equity firm Bain Capital founded by his predecessor, Republican Mitt Romney, the Boston Globe reported on Tuesday. Patrick said last year when he decided not to run for a third term in office that he planned...
Like fellow Bay Stater Senator Warren, our most recent ex-Governor has decided his talents can be put to better use than the current primary race. From his hometown paper, the Boston Globe: Deval Patrick is joining the Boston investment giant Bain Capital, where the former governor will start a new line of business, directing investments [Read more...]
As long as they communicate the policy clearly. Restaurants in Massachusetts can not only ban employees from accepting tips, but they can also pocket that money themselves. According to the Boston Globe, in 2011, a group of Dunkin' Donuts...Show More Summary
In his recent exhortation to accelerate the transition to digital, Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory singled out — among others — James Pindell, who’s covering the New Hampshire primary (or #FITN, as they say) as a digital-first reporter, “rapidly pushing webbier (sorry) stories that allow the site to look less like a digital reflection of that […]