Massachusetts Companies Land Fortune’s ‘Best Companies to Work For’ Ranking

Four Massachusetts-Based Companies Land Fortune‘s ‘Best Companies to Work For.’ Boston Consulting Group came in at No. 4, a slight slip from last year’s ranking of No. 2. In it’s reasoning, the Fortune write-up says the company issues a “red zone report” when its employees work too many long weeks. Other Massachusetts companies on the ranking are Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company (No. 20), Bingham McCutchen LLP (No. 82), and Bright Horizons Family Solutions (No. 90).  [Fortune]

Los Angeles City Council Member Wants a People’s Pledge Like Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown. City councilor Eric Garcetti is calling for a ‘People’s Pledge’ in the race for the next mayor of L.A. The L.A. Times quickly notes the pledge had mixed reviews on this coast, saying that the Warren-Brown pledge resulted in a “blizzard” of of fliers and attack mailers. (Remember those?) Garcetti would be sure to ban those too.  [LA Times]

Massachusetts Lawmakers Are Going to Throw Down on Seafood Mislabeling. Thanks to the Globe‘s investigative report into seafood mislabeling.  [AP]

Watertown Man in Trouble Gets in More Trouble for Paying Fine with Fake Money. The $250 fine was paid in Brighton District Court with a fake $100 bill, two fake $20 bills, and a fake $10 bill.  [MassLive]

Wahlburgers, Alma Nove Partners Are Suing Each Other. Hey, look over there! It’s Mark Wahlberg screening his new movie at the Hingham Shipyard!  [Patriot Ledger]