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London Mayor Boris Johnson, launching a six-day swing through the East Coast, on Monday took on the role of traveling salesman, encouraging a packed room of some of the nation's top college students and entrepreneurs to consider launching their careers as part of his city's growing technology sector. Speaking at the British Consulate, near the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's campus, Johnson said London's economy is undergoing its "greatest transformation" since the Industrial Revolution made it a global power in the 1800s. Comment?
Across the region, people scurried to gas up their cars, stock up their refrigerators and charge up their phones Monday ahead of a storm many feared could turn out to be epic. Here's what some of them had to say: "We're all New Englanders. Comment?
Two people from Massachusetts are among the 32 new Rhodes scholars named this weekend, and 11 others have ties to universities in New England. Noam Angrist of Brookline and Kate Nussenbaum of Newton are among the scholars who will attend the University of Oxford in England beginning in October 2015. Comment?
Paul Guzzi is stepping down as president and chief executive of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, one of the region's more influential business groups. The 72-year-old Newton resident began his career in politics as a state lawmaker, and was elected Massachusetts Secretary of State in 1974. Comment?
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