Most talked about Boston Globe stories

Social media? Until recently, most Market Basket managers barely used e-mail.

bostonglobe.com — It should be no surprise that in the digital age Facebook has served as the center of the Market Basket protest movement. But just a few short weeks ago, many of the employees leading the fight barely knew their way around the Internet. Until recently Market Basket didn't have an official company website.
Jul 29, 2014

Social media play key -- and new -- role in Market Basket saga. Co. didn't even have a website. bostonglobe.com/business/2014/… via @BostonGlobe

Health & wellness

bostonglobe.com — The U.S. government recommends that American adults eat 5 to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables depending on your age, gender, and activity level, but a new Harvard School of Public Health study suggests we don't get additional health benefits if we eat more than 5 servings a day.
Jul 29, 2014

Good riddens. @BostonGlobe: Study shows no benefit to more than five servings of fruits and vegetables per day bit.ly/1k6hFDs

Jul 29, 2014

Do you really need to eat more than 5 servings a day of fruits and veggies? #HSPH study suggests maybe not. ow.ly/zJ7nD

Brown, Hampshire, UMass Dartmouth among latest colleges under investigation for handling of sexual assault cases

bostonglobe.com — Brown University, Hampshire College, and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth have become the latest local schools under investigation by the federal Education Department for their handling of sexual assault cases. The investigation into the Brown case began July 10; Hampshire, on July 17; and UMass Dartmouth, July 16, according to officials at the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights.
Jul 29, 2014

RT @BostonGlobe: Brown University, Hampshire College, and the UMass Dartmouth under investigation for handling of sexual assault cases ow.ly/zIY8h

Jul 29, 2014

More colleges under investigation for handling of sexual assault cases bostonglobe.com/metro/2014/07/…

As Red Sox solicit offers, Jon Lester takes high road

bostonglobe.com — Red Sox ace Jon Lester, his future uncertain, continued to take the high road in what may be his final days with the team. "Thanks for the love y'all! Grateful for everyday I get to wake up a Red Sox! This game can be uncertain at times, just gotta roll with it!"
Jul 30, 2014

The final version of today’s Jon Lester events as the #RedSox move to trade him: bostonglobe.com/sports/2014/07…

Jul 29, 2014

RT @BostonGlobe: Jon Lester won't pitch Wednesday, #RedSox say, as trade talk swirls bit.ly/1oHKuWN

Jul 29, 2014

National League GM tells Globe’s @PeteAbe Red Sox are soliciting offers for Jon Lester. bit.ly/1o9E2mt

Mayor Walsh’s BRA nominee, Theodore Landsmark, was fired as president of architectural college

bostonglobe.com — The mayor's first appointment to the Boston Redevelopment Authority board, Theodore Landsmark, was fired as president of Boston Architectural College last week, according to people briefed on his dismissal. Landsmark, a lawyer who holds several degrees from Yale University and a doctorate from Boston University, was president of the college for 17 years.
Jul 30, 2014

Boston Globe reports new BRA appointee Ted Landsmark was fired by Boston Architectural College bostonglobe.com/business/2014/…

Jul 29, 2014

Mayor Walsh’s BRA nominee, Theodore Landsmark, was fired as president of architectural college bostonglobe.com/business/2014/… via @BostonGlobe