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Healey says the company "utterly failed to keep the personal information of nearly three million Massachusetts residents safe from hackers."
A legislative committee is hearing testimony from supporters and opponents of a bill that would gradually raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Dan Frommer of Recode about skepticism over the iPhone X, which won't begin shipping until November.
Getting carbon out of energy products is a hot topic these days. Advocates want to make Massachusetts the first state in the U.S. to transition to a low-carbon economy.
The MIT-powered investment fund and venture firm received more than 500 pitches, but ultimately chose seven ideas it thinks will fundamentally change the world -- if they can work.
Facebook under new pressure and scrutiny from many sides as it ends up in the middle of national, international politics.
US farmers up against it from shifting trade policies to a changing climate. We’ll look at the state of the US frontier now.
St. Martin, St. Thomas and Tortla's ports have all been closed indefinitely to cruise liners. What does this mean for passengers as the winter season approaches?
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Hugh Riley, secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organization, to assess the impact of the hurricanes on tourism.
CBS News' Jill Schlesinger discusses what to expect from the Fed, what could happen with interest rates and whether the stock market will continue to soar.
The Caribbean after Irma. We’ll look at devastated islands and the way forward.
The drop was largely thanks to consumers spending less at car dealerships, but it also offers insight into larger retail trends.
A Boston-based startup has created a way to measure emotion in speech in an effort to make technological devices better understand human emotions.
The trail of Irma. Trump and tax reform. Equifax outrage. Hillary opens the book on her failed campaign. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
Boston is getting a little local competition in its bid for Amazon's second headquarters.
Asma Khalid talks about her whirlwind reporting trip to China, where she explored the connections between Boston-based robotic companies and China.
The unemployment rate stands now at 4.2 percent, below the national average of 4.4 percent and down from 4.3 percent locally in July.
John Hancock Financial Services will have a new chief executive come Oct. 1, the first woman to lead the Boston-based company in its century and a half of existence.
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon called Bitcoin a fraud, and late last week, state-owned media in China reported that Beijing plans to ban all cryptocurrency exchanges.
Boston-based GasBuddy found a way to help those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma find scarce fuel.