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26. John Thain

This former Merrill Lynch executive who used federal bailout bucks to remodel his office to the tune of $1.2 million might be a serious pud; but at least the d-bag got to flush his career down a $35,000 toilet bowl.
This former Merrill Lynch executive who used federal bailout bucks to remodel his office to the tune of $1.2 million might be a serious pud; but at least the d-bag got to flush his career down a $35,000 toilet bowl.
By Boston Phoenix Staff  |  March 26, 2009
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Buyouts shrink the Globe newsroom — but not enough

To state the obvious, this isn't a great time to be out of a job.
First cut
By ADAM REILLY  |  March 25, 2009
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Red all over

If there's one group of professionals whose job insecurity rivals that of the Detroit auto worker, it's the men and women who make America's newspapers.
The Globe needs 50 buyout volunteers. So far, few are cooperating — and that likely means bloodshed on Morrissey Boulevard.
By ADAM REILLY  |  February 25, 2009

Media kills hero pilot

US Airways Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, who pulled off the "Miracle on the Hudson" emergency landing, was found beaten to death by the national media.
Herd-mentality pack lacks sufficient imagination to find another story
By PHILLIPE AND JORGE  |  January 28, 2009

Question the answers

Lemoine is certainly not an incompetent doody-head. He’s a reckless weasel.
Politics and other mistakes
By AL DIAMON  |  September 17, 2008
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Extreme makeover: Globe edition

Earlier this week, in an e-mail to the Boston Globe newsroom, editor Marty Baron announced the imminent departure of three key employees.

Now more than ever, this is Marty Baron’s newspaper


By ADAM REILLY  |  March 12, 2008


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Mitt's equity army

The predictions coming out of Ames, Iowa, hold that former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is expected to win this weekend’s closely watched straw poll.
Romney’s war chest is overflowing with the contributions of his financial-world pals. But what is the price of their loyalty?
By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  August 10, 2007