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Bain to absorb Harvard’s real estate investment team

Bain Capital is taking on a 20-person team from Harvard University’s investment arm that specializes in real estate, as the Ivy League institution continues to shrink its in-house investment management capabilities. The Boston-based private equity firm will form a new unit, Bain Capital Real Estate, when the Harvard personnel officially make the switch on Feb. 1. It will be led by Dan Cummings, who now serves as head of real estate at Harvard’s investment arm, Harvard Management Co. “Joining…

Mass. securities regulator plans 'aggressive policing' of cryptocurrency sales

Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin said his office will "begin a sweep of entities" in Massachusetts raising money via so-called initial coin offerings — a process by which a company sells units of its own cryptocurrency.

Journalists guild forges settlement, including a raise, for 16 GateHouse papers

A national union representing journalists throughout North America says it reached a settlement with GateHouse Media LLC on Dec. 12 that would ensure a 2.75 percent raise over two years for 750 employees at newspapers across the country, including five in New England. The NewsGuild-CWA announced in a blog post Thursday that the “first-of-its-kind agreement” will not only give many journalists their first raises in more than a decade, but will keep health care rates from increasing during the…