An independent audit shows that the company contracted to run the MBTA's commuter rail service ended last year with a net loss of almost $10 million and expects to lose even more in 2015.
The Boston Globe (http://bit.ly/1G2XyeB ) reports that the audit shows that Keolis Commuter Services has been borrowing from its parent company to make ends meet.
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