Facebook Gets the No-Go on Ending Winklevii Suit. The next step for Mark Zuckerberg’s former Harvard classmates is to file a request with the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse the dismissal of their claims. Bet Zuckerberg is starting to see good use for a Dislike button. [Bloomberg.com]
On Again, Off Again: Faneuil Hall Deal Back On. Just days after city officials blocked the planned sale, General Growth Properties gave permission to release financial details of the deal, putting the on-again, off-again affair back on the rails. Again. [Bizjournals.com]
UMass Amherst Study: Blue-Collar Temps ‘Exploited.’ Workers deal with abuses like low wages, physical danger and no overtime benefit. Additional oversight and, oh yes, the beloved paper trail are two of the suggested measures to help curb the exploitation of temporary employees. [Boston.com]
With Bruins Win, Battle for Lord Stanley Returns to Enemy Territory. Playing last night’s Game 6 as if it were Game 7, the Bruins head to Vancouver for the final stand in returning the Stanley Cup to Boston. [Reuters.com]
These Timbs Are Made for Walking: Local Boot Co. Up for $2 Billion. If the takeover by VF Corp., of North Carolina, goes through, Timberland will make its new home among other outdoorsy brands like The North Face. [Boston.com]
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