Daily Feed: People Who Rarely Buy Anything at Borders Lament Its Closing

Not Only Is It Hotter Than Hell, The Air Is Unhealthy. And that makes it casual Thursday at the office. [TheBostonChannel.com]

People Who Rarely Buy Anything at Borders Lament Its Closing. The handful of people interviewed in Borders’ Downtown Crossing location were spotted lounging while flipping through a magazine or reading pages out of a book then going home and buying it on Amazon. [Boston.com]

Meet the 19-Year-Old CEO Who’s Fundraised $1.2M. Nate Drouin launched the fundraising service for nonprofits Fundraise.com and is on track to do $2M in sales this year. Looks like those venture capitalists who didn’t invest in Facebook are coming around. [BizJournals.com]

Harvard Researcher Marc Hauser Resigns Amid Misconduct Allegations. The university raided his lab in 2007, and Dr. Hauser did not know what he was being accused of for a year-and-a-half. [NYTimes.com]

Diner Beware: That Appetizer Probably Isn’t As Low-Cal As You Think. One in five calorie counts on restaurant menus are wrong. The bad news? The counts tend to underestimate of the actual number of calories, usually by 10 — but can be as high as 100 or 1,000. [CBSNews.com]


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