The two businessmen want to stir up a “revolution in fermentation” by brewing up their own New England take on the ancient beverage.
“If your startup does not fail at some point, you have a bad startup. It means you didn’t set your goal high enough,” says Cass Phillips, founder of the networking service FailCon.
The formula for a congestion-free future is intelligent intersections and smart, driverless vehicles. But there are also societal and ethical questions to consider.
Take a drive through Boston-area transportation history. Again and again lawmakers’ solution to congestion has been construction.
Kinder Morgan’s announcement was met with glee by opponents, saddened supporters and surprised just about everyone.
Marseilles became the first female double-amputee to complete the race.
For their actions during the dramatic shootout in Watertown, three police officers there are now the most decorated law enforcement officers in U.S. history. But awards do little to heal the trauma of that night.
Mayor Marty Walsh said giving General Electric tax relief will pay off, while protesters argued GE’s donation plans are “an insult” in the face of $150 million in state and city tax incentives.
“This move for GE is all about the next 40 years,” Immelt said at a luncheon Thursday in Boston. “What do we want the company to look like, how do we want the company to be challenged.”
A man imprisoned for 30 years for a murder he says he did not commit is seeking a new trial. Attorneys for Darrell Jones were in court Tuesday arguing new forensic evidence could help prove Jones’ innocence.
One of Cambridge’s funniest, most famous and most beloved residents died Monday morning.
Boston Medical Center officials recall Menino’s determination to bring about the merger of Boston Medical Center and Boston University Medical Center Hospital.
The U.S. military’s highest court has overturned the murder conviction of a Marine from Massachusetts. But the case is still far from over. WBUR’s Bruce Gellerman spoke with the Marine’s father.