Tag Archives: Greg Bialecki

With Bialecki and Patrick it’s always the other guys fault

After multiple years of being the outlier of business competitiveness rankings when it came to Massachusetts, CNBC finally came in line with other rankings.  It finally showed, what most business people understand, Massachusetts is not that friendly of a place to do business.  If you are Greg Bialecki, the Secretary of the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development and…

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RMG investigation leads to Patrick Administration late filing IRS paperwork for junket non-profit

On May 23, 2012 the Boston Globe wrote  about the Deval Patrick Administration’s use of a non-profit to fund international trade missions.  The article stated that the non-profit was funded by businesses in the state.  A Red Mass Group investigation has determined that the non-profit, “Moving Mass Forward”,  run by high ranking Patrick Administration officials, had not filed a tax…

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Patrick’s Gold-Medal-Green-Bet A123 Subject of Class Action Law Suit

Another day, another story of a Patrick Administration crony capitalist boondoggle.  Today on tap is A123 Systems of Waltham, who is the subject of a class action law suit alleging they defrauded investors. Rigrodsky & Long, P.A. announces that a complaint has been filed in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts on behalf of all persons…

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MA Job Creation – “Human Capital” ain’t what it used to be

First, if you aren’t tracking the excellent back-and-forth that Rob Eno is having at Red Mass Group (and elsewhere) with Patrick Administration Secretary of Economic Development Greg Bialecki about the validity (not) of the Administration’s job-creation (not) figures, check it out. It was fascinating even before the release last week of this statistic-and-chart-filled report by Mass Inc., sub-titled “Meeting…

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“Trust but Verify”: Bialecki – State Street Edition

Imagine, if you will, a Boston-based company called Acme Financial merges with another company called XYZ Financial in the past five years.  By merging the two companies, Acme Financial increases its employment from 100 employees to 140 employees.  Now imagine that given the floundering economy Acme Financial decides to lay off 15 employees.  When the press calls Acme, it’s spokesperson…

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