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Federal spending on space-based defensive weapons could really take off, with locally based Raytheon hoping to lead the way.
Waltham-based Raytheon is the largest producer of guided missiles in the world. And its plant in Andover is Raytheon's largest facility.
Older industrial urban areas have struggled in recent decades, but metros in Massachusetts are showing momentum.
Funding is one of the most persistent barriers for minority entrepreneurs. Hoping to fix that, Smarter In The City is the first tech accelerator in Roxbury.
The nearly decade-old carbon-trading scheme limits greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel-fired power plants in New England, New York, Maryland, and Delaware.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing follows hours of questioning by lawmakers in the Senate.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying on Capitol Hill to answer questions about protecting user data.
As Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify before Congress, Ethan Zuckerman, director of the Center for Civic Media at MIT, joined WBUR.
For many of these shop owners, the question is how to keep this buying excitement going once the movie hype wanes.
The latest round of the U.S./China tit-for-tat tariff trade war could take a toll on the Massachusetts economy. WBUR's Bruce Gellerman talks about how the state stands to be affected...
Robert McCarthy, an analyst at the investment banking firm Stifel, told WBUR's Morning Edition that GE's investors may be looking at a long road to recovery.
Business owners in Bowdoin-Geneva say the neighborhood is in flux, with shops constantly opening, then closing when they can't make ends meet.
Wynn Boston Harbor has confirmed that a construction worker died from injuries sustained at the construction site in Everett on Tuesday.
Drivers in Boston could soon be hit higher parking fines -- some going up by as much as $50.
Boston's Liberty Mutual joined Wayfair and Needham's TripAdvisor in halting its advertisements.
Some lawmakers have said the casino should drop the "Wynn" name after sexual misconduct allegations were made against casino mogul Steve Wynn.
Senators put representatives of internet service providers on the hot seat Wednesday at a hearing on a Senate bill intended to promote fair internet practices known as net neutrality.
Electric distribution companies working with the state have decided to finalize a contract with the 145-mile New England Clean Energy Connect transmission project in Maine.
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"We put the program on hold for a couple of days here to see what's going on," Mayor Marty Walsh told reporters.