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The sudden decrease in the value of low-income housing tax credits could affect 23 projects -- and more than a thousand units -- that were awarded LIHTC credits in Massachusetts last year.
Black Duck Software in Burlington has taken workplace culture to a new level.
After years of licensing and delay, construction on the $2.1 billion casino is finally underway.
More than 100 tech companies -- including a few in Massachusetts -- have signed a legal brief opposing the travel ban.
Experiments by two Boston College professors show certain frequencies of music appear to induce automatic visual responses. Their research has big implications for advertisers.
Some say the regulatory review is a waste of scarce resources that’s made little real difference, while proponents say Baker's reform makes Massachusetts more friendly for business.
The ride-hailing pickups are open to drivers who've cleared the state-approved criminal background checks.
"We don't know what the White House is planning on doing with H-1B visas," he said, adding that without them, access to foreign talent would be hindered.
Preliminary estimates show the state added 6,600 jobs in December, for a total of 75,000 jobs added in 2016.
Within the last two years, two criminal cases and three civil lawsuits have been brought in Boston federal court alleging companies are cheating asbestos-removal or demolition workers.
Massachusetts and New Hampshire have the strongest economies in New England, but experts say continued growth depends on immigration.
2017 is a big year for New England’s biggest newspaper.
Flow batteries use metals that react to generate electricity. But two Harvard professors teamed up to produce power from organic molecules.
Kerry spoke for an hour on climate change and his plans for the future, only briefly mentioning the incoming administration.
Giant tanks filled with a liquid solution are offering a novel way to create a battery with unlimited capacity.
The gender wage gap in the region may be a bit wider than previously thought, according to a new city report.
Of the seven U.S. metro areas that had a jobless rate decrease of greater than 2 percentage points over the year, five were in Massachusetts.
Reporter Harriet Jones looks at what the former pro-wrestling magnate could bring to her new role as an advocate for small businesses.
Tuesday marks the first time a self-driving car will hit city streets in Boston.
It's the third and final step-up increase outlined in a 2014 law.