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CT passes the financial buck… to MA. Our neighbor to the south has skipped out to the bathroom just as the dinner check arrived. [Hartfordbusiness.com]

Harvard Business School gets more exclusive. Bad news for the finance applicants (but music to the ears of the newly-favored manufacturing and technology hopefuls). [TheWallStreetJournal.com]

MIT’s Robert Langer makes history in science (again). The man with 800 patents, more than one thousand papers and a hand in some 25 different companies has just become the first chemical engineer in 65 years to win the Priestly medal. But can there possibly be any more room on his mantel in which to put it? [Xconomy.com]

Romney floats ahead at the top of the polls. Up two new polls and topping the Drudge; whatever the former Governor is doing, it’s working. [Politico.com]

Stanley Cup Finals: Bruins’ Thomas having ‘historic post-season run.’ And in the hours leading up to a Game 6 that the Bruins need to play as if it were Game 7, let’s hope he continues. [NHL.com]