Todd Wallack

Wallack is an investigative reporter for the Globe’s Spotlight team, specializing in data journalism, public records and financial reporting. He was part of teams that were finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in 2013 and 2015. Prior to joining the Globe in 2007, he worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Herald, and other publications.

Latest stories

How hard is it to give away a half-million dollars?

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Twenty-five people or businesses have $500,000 or more that’s been waiting for them — in many cases for years — in a state account.

How will new records law make Mass. more transparent?

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Governor Charlie Baker signed a bill strengthening the state’s much-maligned public records law, which was considered one of the weakest in the country.

Massachusetts reduces cost of copies of public records

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Standard paper copies and printouts will be 5 cents per page, according to regulations released this week.

Capital Source

State tax collectors keep missing filing deadlines

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Does this mean we can have a free pass to file our own tax returns late, too? Not quite.