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A merger spree is underway across industries, writes Rich Barlow.
Top reporters open their notebooks and share what they’re working on and watching for in the week ahead.
We look at the major news stories of the week, including the Boston City Council's new regulations on short-term rental platforms.
Crimson Education uses an algorithm like eHarmony's to match students with mentors to help them prepare for the application process.
Minority groups, including biracial families and the LGBT community, say they continue to be let down by brands that fail to create diverse and inclusive advertising.
Anita and Jim McHaney bought a farm after they finished working full time, and planned to grow and pickle vegetables. They've filed a lawsuit against the state.
As many as 20 employees of Whittier Street Health Center in Roxbury were fired Thursday, according to a major state health care workers union that characterized the downsizing as retribution...
Comey and the Clinton email report. Implied verification and North Korea. The Supreme Court and voter registration. The news roundtable weighs in.
The World Cup kicks off in Russia. The U.S. team didn’t make the cut but there are plenty of teams to watch and politics to unpack.
None of the 50-plus license applications from 28 businesses were presented for approval to the board regulating the state's new legal cannabis industry on Thursday.
AT&T and Time Warner are merging to create a new media giant.
The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point Wednesday, the second rate hike this year.
High profits and the Trump presidency. Senior advisors Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner raked in a lot of money last year while working for the government. What about Trump himself?
Boston city councilors voted 11-2 Wednesday to approve an ordinance to regulate short-term housing rentals done through platforms like Airbnb.
A federal judge Tuesday approved AT&T's plan to acquire Time Warner, in an $85 billion deal with sweeping consequences for consumers and the media industry.
The move is temporary and meant to promote the chain's new line of burgers.
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.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson discusses the state of factory jobs in the city and how the talk of new steel tariffs is going over in town.
Moctesuma Esparza's company Maya Cinemas aims to bring first-run movie theaters to underserved communities with large Latino populations.