Joe Lacob leaped out of his courtside seat as the final shot arched toward the basket. As it swished through for a Golden State victory, the venture capitalist and Warriors owner danced onto the court.
Three days after the Boston Marathon bombing, three friends of 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev met at his dorm room at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, drawn there after seeing pictures on the news of one of the suspects that resembled their friend.
The owner of SeaStreak Wall Street, a commuter ferry that crashed in Manhattan’s financial district on Jan. 9, has settled more than 45 personal-injury claims for almost $1 million, according to a lawyer for the company.
AVX Corp., a maker of electronic components, agreed to pay $366 million to settle a U.S. lawsuit over continuing cleanup of a Massachusetts harbor contaminated 40 years ago with hazardous waste by the company’s predecessor.