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Former Mount Ida Students Sue, Accusing College Leaders of Fraud

Former Mount Ida students sue, accusing college leaders of fraud

Tristan Squeri, a former Mt. Ida College student posed for a portrait at Lesley University where he now attends. Squeri is one of three plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against Mt. Ida on behalf of students, alleging fraud and misinformation from the college surrounding its finances. Former students of Mount Ida College sued their former school Monday, accusing its leaders of fraud, misleading students, and violating student privacy. The complaint, which the plaintiffs hope to have certified as a class-action suit, names the college, its trustees, as well as its former CFO and two other administrators as defendants. It […]

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For Marketing Firm, a Smooth Change at The Top

For marketing firm, a smooth change at the top

Chris Morris for The Boston Globe When Joan Schneider was weighing a future for her eponymous marketing firm, she talked with West Coast agencies that were interested in possibly acquiring her agency to gain a foothold in Boston. But Schneider, in the end, decided that the best buyer for Schneider Associates’ 15 employees and its clients was right by her side. Several weeks ago she sold her firm to its now-chief executive, Phil Pennellatore . The transition had been in the works since 2015, when she promoted Pennellatore to president and sold him a 20 percent stake in the […]

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Passengers Get Stuck on Amtrak Train to Boston for More Than Five Hours

Passengers get stuck on Amtrak train to Boston for more than five hours

An Acela train at South Station in 2010. Cambridge resident Nick Yeh was planning to do some errands and laundry Sunday afternoon after returning home from his Thanksgiving break in New Jersey. But the 23-year-old, who teaches at Cambridge public schools, had to tweak his schedule quite a bit due to some unforeseen circumstances. The Amtrak train he was traveling on from New York to Boston stalled on the tracks just after leaving Penn Station due to a power issue. It remained in that state for more than 5 hours. “And then we had another 5 hours back,” said […]

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Spotter in the Spotlight: Zac Cardwell from Boston

Spotter in the Spotlight: Zac Cardwell from Boston

Zac Cardwell is one of our Spotters from Boston . He moved there over ten years ago thinking it would be temporary, but he fell in love with the city and all it has to offer. When he’s not at work as an architect, he is out exploring all the visual art, weird music, and street food that Boston has to offer. Here are some of Zac’s favorite spots in Boston to help you fall in love with the city too! Bobby From Boston Image by Zac Cardwell “Bobby From Boston is a men’s vintage store. Whatever beloved, hard-to-find […]

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For Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, TV lineup’s better than basic

For Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, TV lineup’s better than basic

Credit: Courtesy Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has the outside world “piped into his cell” through a TV offering 50 channels of TV programming while awaiting execution at a prison dubbed the “Alcatraz of the Rockies,” according to newly unsealed court documents. As the December deadline for producing his first appeal looms, dozens of motions, transcripts and exhibits barred from public view for more than three years are shedding light on the behind-the-scenes story of Tsarnaev’s 2015 trial — including his willingness to plead guilty if guaranteed his life would be spared. In the days leading up to a […]

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Deb Goldberg’s All in For Online Lottery

Deb Goldberg’s all in for online lottery

Credit: Angela Rowlings State Treasurer Deb Goldberg is in a high-stakes horserace to expand the state’s profitable lottery online as Beacon Hill lawmakers appear ready to legalize yet another gaming competitor — popular sports betting on teams like the New England Patriots. The scramble comes as the first legalized sports betting in New England is set to open today in Rhode Island at the Twin River Casino in Lincoln. “I have maintained that if sports betting comes to Massachusetts, we must have a seat at the table,” said Goldberg, who sent a bill legalizing an online Massachusetts State Lottery […]

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Global Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices Market to See Worldwide Growth by 2025: Leading Companies are Medtronic, Boston Scientific, St. Jude Medical

Global Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices Market to See Worldwide Growth by 2025: Leading Companies are Medtronic, Boston Scientific, St. Jude Medical

This report released by Marketresearchpro on the Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices market is an all-encompassing research on the market trends of Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices industry. The updates are key to the said market and will provide an assessment of majorly all the important data of the Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices market. If you are an existing players who wants to know the growth rate for the next five years or a new players who is looking to create a niche in the market, this report will be extremely useful to you. Request for a free sample report on […]

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Global Gastrointestinal Stents Market Research Report | Key Players – BD, Boston Scientific, ELLA-CS

Global Gastrointestinal Stents Market Research Report | Key Players – BD, Boston Scientific, ELLA-CS

Marketresearchpro Inc. recently introduced market study ” Gastrointestinal Stents research 2018-2022 ” with in-depth focused approach on qualitative research, describing product Scope and elaborating Gastrointestinal Stents industry insights and outlook to 2022. The market Study is putting a lot of emphasis on macro-economic issues, influencing factors and key market trends and drivers that are changing the dynamics of Global Gastrointestinal Stents . Access Sample Copy of Gastrointestinal Stents research @: https://marketresearchpro.net/global-gastrointestinal-stents-market-research-report-2018/ The Global Gastrointestinal Stents Market research study is a designed especially for business strategists, industry executives, marketing, sales and product managers & consultants highlighting value drivers that may […]

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Boston Getting Festive with Annual Tree Lighting in Copley Square

Boston getting festive with annual tree lighting in Copley Square

BOSTON (WHDH) – The City of Boston will be ushering in the holiday season with another tree lighting Monday night — this one in Copley Square. Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, and The Friends of Copley Square will host the annual tree lighting from 5 to 6 p.m. The free event will feature appearances by Santa Claus and Rudolph, as well as musical performances by vocalist Mark “Sing” Robertson, the Boston Children’s Chorus, the Boston Pops Brass Quintet, and Berklee College of Music’s own Natalie Daniela Castro Diaz. The Fairmont Copley Plaza will host […]

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EDUCATION FEATURE: Principal and Chief Executive of Boston College, Joanne Maher, shares her vision on further and higher education in Spalding

EDUCATION FEATURE: Principal and chief executive of Boston College, Joanne Maher, shares her vision on further and higher education in Spalding

In April 2011, further and higher education put down roots in Spalding with the opening of a new campus run by Boston College. Seven years later, more than 300 students are currently enrolled on a range of GCSE, A-Level, vocational and adult education courses provided at the campus in Red Lion Street, Spalding. Overseeing the success of 7.000 students and the performance of almost 500 lecturers across five sites, along with a budget of just over £15million (according to the college’s 2017 report and financial statements), qualified teacher and sports psychologist Joanne Maher. Born in Cheshire town of Widnes […]

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