Monthly archives: March 2013

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Boston’s Business Interests Brace for Post-Menino Era

March 28, 2013 In Corporate Comments Off on Boston’s Business Interests Brace for Post-Menino Era

​The scramble to shape the post-Menino era has begun, and the stakes couldn't be higher for companies and organizations in the real estate industry, healthcare and mission-driven, non-profit sectors. Today's

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Posted by Sheridan Wachtel

Skanska on Climb in Construction Jobs

March 25, 2013 In Real Estate Comments Off on Skanska on Climb in Construction Jobs

​Paul Hewins, executive vice president & general manager for Skanska USA Boston (our client), was recently featured in the Boston Business Journal article, “Construction sector finally rebuilding job levels,” which

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Posted by Sheridan Wachtel

The State of the Media

March 20, 2013 In SM& Team Comments Off on The State of the Media

​Lately, there has been a lot of news about the news. Here in Boston, the nearly 50-year-old alternative weekly, Boston Phoenix, announced last week that it was suddenly closing-sending shock

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Posted by Sheridan Wachtel

Bloomberg On Boston’s Real Estate Boom

March 18, 2013 In Real Estate Comments Off on Bloomberg On Boston’s Real Estate Boom

​Bloomberg reporter Nadja Brandt recently featured three Solomon McCown clients as part of her in-depth coverage of the Boston's dynamic real estate boom. Brandt's report and accompanying video – “Boston

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Posted by Sheridan Wachtel

Back to Basics

March 12, 2013 In SM& Team Comments Off on Back to Basics

​As an intern at SM&, every day is a learning experience filled with new information, new ideas and new opportunities that are opening my eyes to the PR field. Last

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Posted by Sheridan Wachtel

MDDC Reception Detailed in State House News

March 7, 2013 In Healthcare Comments Off on MDDC Reception Detailed in State House News

​State House News recently covered our client, the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council, and its 35th annual legislative reception, “Our Voice: Now More Than Ever.” The article discussed Governor Deval Patrick's

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