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David S. Bernstein

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Meet the Four Investors Bringing Women’s Soccer to Boston (Again)

This powerhouse group of company-builders and equity champions are behind a new sports team coming to New England. In a regional first, they also happen to be women.

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21 Ways to Fix the MBTA in 2023

Boston’s public transit system is on the verge of disaster. Here’s how 21 insiders would solve the crisis.

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Will the ‘Millionaires’ Tax’ Hobble the Massachusetts Economy?

Here’s why the Fair Share Amendment could send a tidal wave of cash out-of-state and shrink local resources.

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The Boston Billionaires Club

A billion dollars sure is a lot of money. How 24 of the deepest pockets in town are shaping the city—and our lives.

jay ash
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Jay Ash Is the King of the Corporate Hill

The recently appointed CEO of the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership speaks for some of Boston’s heaviest hitters.

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Meghna Chakrabarti Is the Voice of a New Generation

The host of NPR’s On Point is bringing Boston to the masses.

kiran smith
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Kiran Smith on Rebranding Boston

The new Arnold CEO on why she wants to steal business from New York—and not from other local agencies.

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Aaron Michlewitz on the Future of the State Politics

Is he the next Speaker of the House?

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Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins on Reforming a Broken System

She has a new plan for how to tackle crime in Boston.

The man who transformed Boston's local television news into a crude, tabloid frenzy is the antithesis of his wildly successful creation.