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Casino mogul Wynn courts Foxborough

Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn, in a letter sent over the weekend to Foxborough residents, is offering jobs - and dangling the promise of free daycare -- if they would accept construction of a casino resort in their town. The developer of some of the most prominent hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas strip, also promised to “listen to your concerns carefully and address them individually.’’ The letter arrived in Foxborough mailboxes yesterday.

Ex-UMass president gets $568,429 deal

Jack Wilson’s compensation could add UMass to the list of universities embroiled in controversy over perks provided to departing presidents despite tight budgets.

Menino pushes micro-units to lure young to Waterfront

The mayor is promoting the idea of units as small as 375 square feet — barely enough to squeeze in a bed, bathroom, and galley kitchen — on the South Boston Waterfront.

Brian Feulner for the Boston Globe

Working mothers outdo fathers as multitaskers

A study of 368 US mothers and 241 fathers found that women spend nearly 10 hours more per week multitasking while at home than working fathers. That’s 48.3 hours of multitasking each week for mom, 38.9 hours per week for dad. There’s hardly enough time in the day to complain about being too busy.

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Romney, Gingrich spar over earnings

Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich clashed bitterly yesterday over how they made money, a sharp exchange that reflects the tightening presidential primary race in N.H.