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The revelation Tuesday marks the latest stain on Uber's reputation.
If you haven't seen it already, you will: the faux fur craze that is taking over retailers at all price points this season.
Cyber shopping is not only changing the way consumers make purchases — it's also providing more seasonal jobs.
The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit to block the proposed $85 billion merger of AT&T and Time Warner.
The decision means vessels in the group that are currently at sea must return to port immediately.
China is the world's biggest market for robotics. Massachusetts is the hub for U.S. robotics. And so naturally some local companies are starting to look to China.
While opioid addiction grabs the headlines, writes Rich Barlow, we Americans have drunk ourselves into a silent epidemic that’s killing far more people.
Online retailers like Amazon and Warby Parker are opening brick-and-mortar stores, as other retailers around the country are hurting and closing stores in malls.
Last year, China was by far the largest market for robots, with sales nearly equal to all of Europe and the United States combined. In fact, there is essentially a...
A growing number of Mass. communities are leaving their borders open to commercial marijuana businesses, bucking a wave of bans and moratoriums that followed voter approval of legal recreational pot.
The project now totals 7.6 million square feet of office, retail and residential space. The BPDA says it's currently Boston’s largest development.
The original regulations were put in place to reduce media consolidation and ensure diversity on air and in print.
Talent is a big draw for tech companies in Massachusetts, but it's also a big constraint, according to two new reports. The tech boom also isn't reaching everyone.
A focus on new startups and other small businesses has pulled Perry County's economy out of the doldrums.
Berkshire Museum lawyers are asking the state appeals court to quickly decide whether it can auction off parts of its art collection.
Organic food is a $40 billion industry and growing. That has the attention of some farmers discouraged by years of low prices for their conventional crops.
While PayPal still leads the way in the mobile payment industry, tech giants like Apple and Amazon are trying to get a bigger share of the pie.
Keurig's announcement that it was pulling ads from Sean Hannity's show led to the call for a boycott from conservatives, and the smashing of Keurig coffee machines.
GE is cutting its stock dividend in half as part of a larger plan to cut costs and turn its struggles around.
There's a long list of companies that in recent years have said goodbye to cloistered suburban campuses and opted for city living.