Daily Feed: Boston Investors on Losing Facebook to Silicon Valley: Oops!

Boston Investors on Losing Facebook to Silicon Valley: Oops! Many factors contributed to the failure of Boston investors to back Mark Zuckerberg when he sought to expand his startup in 2004, including the average age of Boston’s angel investors: 55. In California, it’s 32. You know what they say about hindsight. [Bloomberg.com]

Two Bulger Brothers John and Billy Attend Whitey’s ‘Not Guilty’ Plea. Plus: Bulger’s lawyer J. W. Carney Jr. commends his “excellent memory.” [NYTimes.com]

NHL: Ten Reasons Joe Corvo is Better Than Tomas Kaberle. Now, at least, we’ll no longer have to scream “SHOOOT!” at the TV every time Kaberle has an open lane. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

Developer Slates 16-Story Fenway Facelift. The Abbey Group’s proposed 340,000-square-foot complex combines retail, residential and office space in a neighborhood already populated by a slew of other projects from the development group. [Bizjournals.com]

James Spader Heads from Crane, Poole & Schmidt to Dunder Mifflin. Spader, who won three Emmy Awards for his work on “Boston Legal,” will eventually take the top post at “The Office” after a meteoric rise from Michael Scott’s old chair. Meanwhile, Scott’s permanent replacement remains a mystery. [Daily Mail]