Boston is offering free, two-hour salary negotiation classes to every woman who works in the city.
You might call a man you don’t know “chief,” but when that man is a judge and you are the defendant, you should probably go with “Your Honor.”
An update on the story of Glen James, the homeless man in Boston who found a backpack with more than $40,000 in cash and travelers checks and turned it in to authorities: A fundraiser for James on GoFundMe raised more than $150,000, and the money is being given to James to pay for housing, medical care, and other bills. James’s sister will be the fund’s trustee.
Let’s start this morning off with a feel-good story: A Boston homeless man named Glen James was honored at police headquarters for turning in a backpack he found that contained $2,400 in cash, $39,500 in traveler’s checks, and a passport and various papers. The backpack ended up belonging to a Best Buy employee who worked at the mall (it remains a mystery why the employee was carrying around so much cash, and I’m very curious as to why and whether he offered any kind of reward to James after having his backpack returned to him). [via]