TelexFree money, operatives were on the move

A drive to Canada followed by a flight to Brazil put Carlos Wanzeler out of reach of the authorities investigating an alleged billion-dollar fraud.

On Wednesday, The New York Times announced that executive editor Jill Abramson was being replaced by managing editor Dean Baquet.

Jill Abramson won’t attend Brandeis commencement

The former New York Times editor, who was ousted this week, was slated to receive an honorary degree.

A courtroom sketch showed defendants Azamat Tazhayakov (left), Dias Kadyrbayev (center), and Robel Phillipos, college friends of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, during a hearing a federal court on Tuesday.

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Tsarnaev’s texts with friend offer new glimpse of case

“Better not text me my friend,” Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wrote to Dias Kadyrbayev, who is accused of obstructing justice after the attack.

Richard J. Lillash

Magazine | Perspective

A prescription for fixing hospitals

Health insurance reform isn’t perfect, but it’s here. Now it’s time to remake how medical centers operate, writes Athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush.

Innovation Economy

// Kayak founder offers speakeasy for the startup set

The business incubator Blade is a third act for Paul English, co-founder and former chief technology officer of the travel planning site.

// Experts say Aaron Hernandez defense has tough task

Attorneys for Hernandez have to confront a number of difficult issues.

Scott Brown.

Scott Brown speaking at Las Vegas hedge fund event

The Republican agreed to the appearance before entering the Senate race in New Hampshire.


Movie Review

// In ‘Godzilla,’ San Francisco is in for a big surprise

The film is an uneven spectacle that can’t sustain its solid first-half character moments.