John McDuling

Quartz

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Corporate reporter for the online business magazine Quartz

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Baseball season is kicking off in earnest this week, and the Connecticut men’s basketball team sealed up the National Championship last night.

Cricket, Anyone?

Baseball season is kicking off in earnest this week, and the Connecticut men’s basketball team sealed up the National Championship last night.

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