Daily Feed: Brakes on Boston Hubway Launch Until Thursday

Scheduling Conflicts Put the Brakes on Bike Share Until Thursday. The news broke mostly on Twitter, which is either an indication of being very forward-thinking — or just straight-up poor planning. [TransportationNation.org]

Dunkin’ Lists $5M Fees as Prep Work for IPO. The law firm Ropes & Gray is banking at least half. [BizJournals.com]

BC’s Herzlich, a Cancer Survivor, Among Prominent Free Agents. The linebacker beat sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, in 2009 and is now among the undrafted free agents looking to fill out rosters for the back-on NFL season. [SacBee.com] UPDATE: Herzlich signs with New York Giants as free agent. [SI.com]

Is Running Barefoot Better? Perhaps a Consensus on Friday. More than 1,000 of the country’s podiatrists will gather at Hynes to decide whether the merits of running sans shoes are fact or fad. [MarketWire.com]

Woman Who Rushes Sox Bullpen Charged with Trespassing. She just wanted a hug! [BostonHerald.com]