Managing Editor, Boston Business Journal
Boston-based journalist on the hunt for Bay State business news, the perfect marathon, long-lost '80s tunes, and the planet's best chocolate frappe.
universalhub.com — Grand Canal, already facing mounting license suspensions over bouncer beatdowns, had its license suspended for two more days after detectives found customers ordering Coors Lite bottles getting second bottles for free.
bizjournals.com — Framingham-based Disruptor Beam, developer of a popular online game based on "Game of Thrones," said Tuesday it has added Google Ventures as an investor to help support further growth. The size of the new funding round isn't being disclosed. Other investors in the round included Romulus Capital and CommonAngels, Disruptor Beam said.
bostonglobe.com — CAMBRIDGE - When you take over one of the Boston area's largest biopharmaceutical companies after the longtime chief executive has quit abruptly - and as its parent company is shrinking research and development globally - you will be peppered with inquiries.
bizjournals.com — Real estate owners in the 02114 ZIP code saw the biggest average property tax assessment increase in Boston this year, 5.71 percent at the median. With an average household income of $111,000, the land owners of Beacon Hill, the West End, Bulfinch Triangle and the North End can better afford it than most Bostonians.
unionleader.com — New era begins, but sad to see old one go Published Jun 17, 2013 at 3:00 am (Updated Jun 17, 2013) Differences in the physical newspaper itself will be hard to notice. The width of the page will be a shade narrower, and the offset printing process should provide deeper black headlines.
bizjournals.com — The June 15 deadline for applications has come and gone, and so far some 247 people have requested compensation from the $51 million raised so far by the One Fund for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. According to Camille Biros, One Fund's deputy administrator, more applications are expected as new mail deliveries are received in the days ahead.
boston.curbed.com — Given that a woman did, indeed, agree to pay $560,000 on Thursday for two parking spaces at 298 Commonwealth Avenue, we thought we'd map every parking space (or pair of parking spaces) that has gone for more than $100,000.
bizjournals.com — Count Liberty Mutual Group of Boston among the area's largest employers taking advantage of rock-bottom interest rates while they last. According to financial filings, the local insurance giant is preparing to float $600 million in senior, unsecured notes to refinance existing debt and raise extra capital for general operating purposes.
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