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Oxymoronic as the whole notion may seem, chess hustlers are one of the pleasures of urban life. I've watched naive amateur players get taken for hard cash by well-masked intellectual killers in Washington Square Park in New York, Harvard Square in...
There was a time when job titles were simple. You were either "the boss" or "not the boss." That has changed dramatically now that we have fancy things such as workers rights and business cards and egos. Some companies are staffed by small armies of...
Sharon Feigon had spent two years building I-GO Car Sharing with the idea that everyone should have access to a car, regardless of their neighborhood or income, when Zipcar's CEO asked for a lunch meeting. At Zipcar, the country's major car-sharing...
Tribune staff reporterJeff Smisek was a partner at a law firm in Houston in the mid-1990s when, during a business lunch, he was offered the opportunity to meet with Gordon Bethune, CEO of Continental Airlines. He didn't know Bethune, but his sales instincts kicked in. He...
The State Bond Commission granted final approval to spend $291 million for Jackson Laboratory to construct a new building and create 300 new bioscience jobs on the University of Connecticut Health Center campus in Farmington. The commission voted 8 to...
Ready to make millions on your own invention? U.S. News & World Report has compiled a list of schools that can help you achieve that. 1. Babson College Babson Park, MA Tuition and fees: $40,400 (2011-12) Enrollment: 1,956 Setting: suburban 2....
HARBOR SPRINGS — Stafford’s Pier Restaurant in Harbor Springs recently welcomed Britt Beaumont as its new executive chef. “We are excited to welcome Britt to our team,” said Jody Ewbank, the restaurant’s general manager....
FoxCTTour a city in style with DayTrippers. Segway of Boston recently teamed up with the famous Museum of Science to offer scenic tours of Cambridge, Massachusetts. See the Charles River, the beautiful Boston skyline and the campus of MIT while aboard a high-...
Hartford CourantLast Sunday's screening at New Haven's Lyric Hall of the documentary "Broads,"that features salty, outspoken interviews with actresses of a certain age remind me of some of my own favorite interviews of like-minded dames. I began my "Great Old Broad"...
In 2008, the Obama campaign represented “Hope and Change” and inspired millions of voters to pull the lever for the unknown man from Illinois. At his campaign rallies, it was commonplace to see supporters fainting, overcome with raw emotion....
Reading is apparently a favorite pasttime among some Virginians. According to Amazon’s new study, three Virginia cities rank in the top 20 of their list of most well-read cities. That's more cities than any other state. Alexandria took the top...
(AP) - A search for a Harvard Business School student from Kansas who disappeared while celebrating his upcoming graduation with two friends has turned up a body in Portland Harbor. Divers returned to the Maine harbor Tuesday after finding clothing...
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