NPR is reporting that e-commerce giant Amazon plans to split its second headquarters between two locations — but it doesn't appear that Boston will be one of them.
Massport is so much more than Logan Airport: It's a self-sustaining government agency that generates more than $600 million a year.
Facing a mountain of problems, Puerto Rico's recovery will take an estimated seven to ten years.
Proponents of the ballot measure -- Question 1 -- called the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission's estimate a "guess."
If ratified by Congress, the deal known as the United States-Canada-Mexico Agreement would replace NAFTA.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh's 2014 housing plan called for 53,000 new units by 2030. Now, he wants 69,000 by 2030.
Jay Gonzalez has proposed a 1.6 percent tax on private higher education institutions with endowments greater than $1 billion.
Last year, typical household incomes grew only sluggishly, the poverty rate stagnated, and the number of people without health insurance actually went up.
Anand Giridharadas thinks that changing the world has been co-opted by the rich and that corporate philanthropic projects are unwilling to push for deeper structural changes in society.
A new report raises questions about whether Boston is becoming a hub for money laundering and whether the city's skyline is being taken over by developers who will increase land...
Wages just aren't growing as fast as expected given the low unemployment rate and the recent jump in GDP.
In a major push to bring the Pawtucket Red Sox to Worcester, the city's economic development committee unanimously approved a financial package that would authorize $100.8 million in bond debt.
If a woman grows up in a more sexist state, her wages, workforce participation, and age at marriage and childbirth will be impacted, even if she moves to a less...
Differences in marijuana testing methods are sparking debate over which method is more suitable for testing recreational marijuana in Massachusetts.
City officials promise the new stadium will help bring in more dollars and encourage development, but will it be worth the cost?
We get the latest from Beacon Hill on what the Governor has signed into law, and what is still waiting for his final approval.
Construction workers die of opioid overdose at rates six times higher than the average worker.
In September, U.S. farmers can apply for the first payments of a $12 billion subsidy program designed to protect them from a growing trade war between the U.S. and several...
New research suggests markets in the European Union are more competitive and deliver lower inequality than the US market. Is Europe the new poster child for capitalism?
New Hampshire's Legislature is expected to pass a bill making it difficult for other states to require the state's online retailers to collect sales taxes.