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But there is a long to-do list that must be completed before the tiny vehicles become available.
"It stands to reason that the fuel for the state's recent labor force growth is the movement of workers into the state from other states," economists wrote Thursday in an...
Derek Thompson writes in The Atlantic that Sears' history reveals something about what's happening with one of the companies currently dominating retail.
The once-iconic chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday, closing hundreds of stores this year with hopes of keeping a profitable few open under the Sears brand.
The city's John Barros sounded confident Friday as he mused about the impact of Amazon "as they join this ecosystem and become an employer that’s gonna be part of the...
It's the second gas company this week to have a moratorium issued on its non-emergency work.
Michael destroyed homes, knocked down trees and made roads impassable, and in Apalachicola, there's another concern: oysters.
Justice Kavanaugh takes his seat on the Supreme Court. Nikki Haley heads for the exits. Hurricane Michael threatens lives. The weekly news roundtable digs in.
A work crew contracted by Columbia Gas neglected to move pressure sensors from a cast-iron gas main to a plastic replacement last month, an oversight that triggered fires and explosions...
Come to Pennsylvania for the politics, stay for America's oldest sweets shop. Stepping into Shane Confectionery in Philadelphia is like traveling back in time to the 1800s.
The state Public Health Council gave the merger a green light but included conditions aimed at keeping costs down and protecting health care access for lower-income patients.
The beleaguered retail chain is preparing a bankruptcy filing that could come as soon as later this week.
A report issued Wednesday by Boston Indicators shows while income inequality may not be as bad in Boston as in other cities, it's a factor among many that threatens the...
The head of the commission rolling out the state's new marijuana market also said it is likely any social consumption of marijuana will be limited to vaping and edibles.
National Grid held a news conference in Woburn after a worker created a potentially dangerous situation in the town on Monday night.
Google is shutting down Google Plus after the Wall Street Journal reported a flaw that exposed user data.
Not everyone is confident the company can handle the intimate new service, given recent revelations about a security breach involving 50 million Facebook accounts.
Americans' wireless data consumption has skyrocketed since 4G technology was introduced nearly a decade ago. But how do you create a cellular network that accommodates everything from streaming services to...
National Grid workers were going door to door visiting affected homes in Woburn. The utility says gas service is expected to be restored to affected customers "no later than Thursday."
Providence-based Deepwater Wind announced Monday that Orsted has entered into an agreement to buy it for $510 million.