Patrick Doyle

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Can Aereo Save Boston From the Perils of Cable TV?

It certainly looks promising.

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Power: The 25 Most Influential People in Boston Philanthropy

They came. They gave. They conquered.

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Power: The 25 Most Influential People in Boston Philanthropy

They came. They gave. They conquered.

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The Art of the Ask

How nonprofits turn the wealthy into donors.

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Yankee Thrift

Are we truly a bunch of cold-hearted cheapskates in Massachusetts?

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The Behemoth

Harvard’s $30.7 billion endowment is equivalent to…

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Six Degrees of Separation

A look at some of the donations and board connections of Boston’s most prominent philanthropists.

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Massachusetts Has a Terribly Outdated Criminal Justice System

A new report suggests significant change is necessary.

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O'Malley Spoke Out Against Argentina’s 'Dirty War'

While Jorge Mario Bergoglio—now Pope Francis I—kept mum.

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Buzz Continues to Surround Cardinal O'Malley

But will his staff's connections to the Obama administration hurt his prospects?

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How Massachusetts Commutes to Work

Our car-driving, train-riding, walking, and working-at-home methods of getting to the office.

Sonal Shah
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From Harvard, To Washington, And Back Again

At the start of Obama’s second term, nearly all of the professors who joined the president's administration have returned. Why?

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Allston's No Parking Apartment Building Dead

Boston's absurdly under-priced street parking strikes again.

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Mitt Romney Emerges

After four months of quiet, Romney steps back into the limelight.

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Something Good Did Come Out of Farmville

A few employees of the shuttered Zynga Boston have a new game in the pipeline.