Self-driving cars will soon be cruising down more streets across Massachusetts -- from Weymouth to Melrose to Worcester.
For Massachusetts, the ability to require sales tax collection from all online sellers last year would have meant up to $279 million, a federal report found.
The MIT-born startup nuTonomy is the first autonomous vehicle company to receive the OK by city officials to expand test-runs citywide.
General Electric stocks are continuing their downward slide, after news that the historic conglomerate would be dropped from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
S&P Dow Jones Indices said Tuesday that GE will be removed from index before the open of trading next Tuesday.
State marijuana regulators are poised Thursday to grant the state's first legal recreational marijuana business license to a cultivation facility in Milford.
Even if Amazon goes elsewhere, redevelopment of the historic racetrack will transform the region far into the future.
Boston city councilors voted 11-2 Wednesday to approve an ordinance to regulate short-term housing rentals done through platforms like Airbnb.
The rules for short-term rentals in Boston could soon change. The City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on whether to impose more stringent regulations on rentals through platforms like...
Boston requires diversity on construction projects, but few firms hit the targets. Training and outreach are more of a priority these days.
The Wahlberg family name can draw passion from people in their native Dorchester -- some positive, some not so much.
Garelick is the city's seventh-largest employer. The announcement took many by surprise, including Lynn's city government.
Vineyard Wind has proposed to build its wind farm in waters 15 miles off the southern coast of Martha's Vineyard.
Sales for both condos and single-family homes were up in April in Massachusetts. Condo sales shot up more than 15 percent over the year, says a report by The Warren...
The Block Island wind farm (pictured) was the nation's first offshore wind farm. The new project would be far larger.
A vote on a proposal to regulate short-term rentals could happen Wednesday. But city councilors are divided on the ordinance submitted by Mayor Marty Walsh.
The company removed nearly 1 million tons of contaminated sediment from the site and the Mystic River over 18 months.
Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey joined Morning Edition to discuss net neutrality.
"We're harvesting the carbon that comes out of the breath of all of the people inside of the building," says Boston University professor Nathan Phillips.
One Massachusetts company prepared to jump into the sports betting is Boston based "daily fantasy sports" provider Draft Kings. The company says in anticipation of the high court ruling, it...