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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Richard Sullivan
Gov. Deval Patrick will have a new chief of staff for the final months of his administration.
Though a bit dejected by two straight losses in dominoes, Richard Sullivan readily relinquished his spot at the corner booth inside the White Castle on E. 5th Avenue.
A disgruntled shareholder pressing Apple to create a new class of preferred stock has dropped a lawsuit that became a moot point after the iPhone and iPad maker changed the agenda at its annual meeting earlier this week.
A federal judge is blocking Apple from conducting a shareholder vote on a package of governance proposals, handing a victory to a rebel investor who is trying to persuade the company to share more of its cash with its investors.
An eyewear website operator was imprisoned without bail Wednesday after witnesses said he threatened them with murder or rape when they complained about eyeglass orders.
A judge delayed the sentencing of an eyewear website operator who intimidated customers, saying he first wants to hear testimony from dozens of victims who reported they were threatened with violence, including murder and rape.
The next time you swipe your credit card at check-out, consider this: It's a ritual the rest of the world deems outdated and unsafe.
"They're good guys," Sullivan said. "Some of them take it seriously, but it's all fun to me."
Federal Judge Richard Sullivan said at a resentencing Thursday that 73-year-old Alberto Vilar (vih-LAHR') must serve a decade in prison instead of nine years.