He’s an MIT Sloan grad and former venture capitalist who loves to talk about the tech economy while he's out running for lieutenant governor. I'm referring, of course, to Leland Cheung, a Cambridge city councilor who thinks he’s best positioned to revive the seemingly pointless position (and the Globe editorial page agrees).
Boston’s cybersecurity cluster, take note: You may not be very popular with government snoopers.
The current state legislative session ends July 31, and if anything is going to be done about noncompete clauses—even a compromise between opponents and supporters of the status quo—it’ll need to be done by then.
Looking to build a startup that brings government into the 21st century? You're not alone, but as the stories of a number of civic startups hoping to take the sting out of urban parking have found, the process can be as tricky as finding a spot in South Boston on St. Patrick's Day. Read More
On my morning subway adventure to work, I read a poster advertisement contending "A better Web begins with your website.'"
That’s a flattering delusion. Read More