Columnist

Shirley Leung

Leung writes a business column every Wednesday and Friday. Previously she served six years as the business editor overseeing daily and Sunday coverage, as well as producing the Globe 100 and Top Places to Work magazines. A graduate of Princeton, Leung also has worked as a reporter at the Wall Street Journal and Baltimore Sun. Leung is a board member and former president of the New England chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association.

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SHIRLEY LEUNG

At what price will the Games be worth it to Boston?

By , Globe Columnist

Any added expenses to the $8.1 billion organizers say it will cost to bring the Olympics to Boston may obscure its eventual worth.

Shirley Leung

Winners and losers from the Partners deal fallout

By , Globe Staff

Attorney General Maura Healey, a 43-year-old rising political star, dared to rock the biggest boat in Mass. health care.

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A cautionary tale on high-tech houses

By , Globe Staff

What we discovered the hard way is that when something breaks, it’s not like someone from the IT department can make a house call.

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Imagine what we could accomplish if we weren’t debating Deflategate

By , Globe Columnist

Look at how much brain power grown men have expended on how to handle just one tiny aspect of the sport — game-day footballs.