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Sarah Wasser's company, ParTea, sells tea bags that infuse liquor with natural flavor from dry fruits and spices.
Rana el Kaliouby, CEO of Affectiva, a company that spun out of MIT in 2009, says emotional intelligence is fundamental to human's overall intelligence. She thinks the same is true for our tech gadgets.
Alnylam may be the first company to have successfully tested a so-called "RNAI" drug that could treat about 10,000 people -- and its implications may go beyond offering help to just those people.
Backers told a legislative committee that many people who work full time at their jobs still live in poverty and struggle to support their families.
Getting carbon out of energy products is a hot topic these days. Advocates want to make Massachusetts the first state in the U.S. to transition to a low-carbon economy.
The MIT-powered investment fund and venture firm received more than 500 pitches, but ultimately chose seven ideas it thinks will fundamentally change the world -- if they can work.
A Boston-based startup has created a way to measure emotion in speech in an effort to make technological devices better understand human emotions.
Boston is getting a little local competition in its bid for Amazon's second headquarters.
The unemployment rate stands now at 4.2 percent, below the national average of 4.4 percent and down from 4.3 percent locally in July.
The median household income in Massachusetts rose 5.8 percent over the year, from $71,146 to $75,297. The state's poverty rate also fell.
John Hancock Financial Services will have a new chief executive come Oct. 1, the first woman to lead the Boston-based company in its century and a half of existence.
Boston-based GasBuddy found a way to help those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma find scarce fuel.
Amazon expects to invest over $5 billion constructing a second headquarters and bring up to 50,000 "high-paying" jobs.
The schools got a boost from having strong science and engineering programs.
Business leaders say ending the DACA program is bad for business.
But there's still work to be done to close the gender wage gap.
Giant batteries are starting to make a mark on the electricity grid that serves all of New England — the unique characteristics of which could supercharge solar and wind energy development in the region.
The Everett casino project is the largest single-phase development in state history, and with an eye toward flooding, Wynn is elevating the building.
Former General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt has taken himself out of the running to lead Uber.
Indigo Agriculture's goal is simple, albeit lofty: to help farmers sustainably feed the planet. To do that, it's working on creating drought-resistant seeds coated with tiny microbes.