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It's been two years since General Electric, attracted in part by city and state financial incentives, decided to move its headquarters to Boston. GE insists Boston will still get all...
The rate dropped slightly in the final month of 2017, falling by one-tenth of a percentage point to 3.5 percent despite a loss of 500 jobs.
The selected location is the Boston metro area, and that includes proposals from Boston and Somerville.
DJ’s European Market, in Dorchester, is preparing for an expansion that its owners hope will allow the business to survive into a third generation of family ownership.
Some fishermen worry that wind farms will disrupt fisheries and make it even harder to make a living. But European wind farm developers say their industry can coexist with fishing.
For a possible future vision of New England's offshore wind industry, WBUR's Chris Bentley reported from a part of the U.K. that's staking its economic recovery on offshore wind farms.
The state's highest-income households get tax cuts more than twice their losses stemming from the new cap on SALT deductions, the Mass. Budget report finds.
The brutal cold spell we recently suffered through has renewed the debate over whether the region needs more natural gas pipelines.
The state used a code name -- "Project Rufus" -- for its bid for Amazon's second headquarters.
The company said it will reduce its proposed rate hike by $36 million due to unexpected savings the company is now expecting as a result of the federal corporate tax...
The analysis shows about a third of taxpayers will be affected, with the largest impacts felt among the wealthiest.
Eversource is proposing to lower its rates for eastern Mass. by $35.4 million, along with a smaller hike for its western Mass. customers.
Software giant Autodesk has created an innovation center in the Seaport District enabling startups to experiment with novel construction technologies.
Airbnb co-founder and Boston native Nate Blecharczyk discusses the local tech scene, Airbnb and becoming an entrepreneur.
Some workers have shown growing interest in forming limited liability companies in time for the tax year that starts Monday.
A higher minimum wage hasn't led to a drop off in teen employment, according to a new study.
A report by Credit Suisse projected that more than 8000 brick-and-mortar stores would close in 2017 – that’s even more than during the recent financial crisis – with suburban malls...
Here's why warehouses are experimenting with autonomous mobile robots.
Three women who run companies talk about leadership, workplace culture, harassment -- and the pathway forward.
It's been a rough year for Uber, with stories about sexual harassment, a data breach and a leadership shakeup. But the ride-hailing company is looking ahead.