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For the second straight year, consumers will likely be paying lower prices for traditional Thanksgiving foods.
The coasts are thriving and the middle is not, and this economic divide helped Donald Trump win the heartland. This is a common perception about our country, and the Globe's...
Cyber shopping is not only changing the way consumers make purchases — it's also providing more seasonal jobs.
While housing markets from San Jose to Boston are seeing growth, one of America's biggest metro areas continues to lag behind.
While opioid addiction grabs the headlines, writes Rich Barlow, we Americans have drunk ourselves into a silent epidemic that’s killing far more people.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd hears tips from CBS News' Jill Schlesinger on navigating the market for long-term care.
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...
Two reports released today from MassTLC detail the state, and the future, of the tech industry in Massachusetts. The reports highlight the stunning growth of the tech industry in the...
The House has passed a sweeping tax cut bill, and the Senate is expected to vote on its own version next week.
State officials say employers have added 69,000 jobs over the year.
A focus on new startups and other small businesses has pulled Perry County's economy out of the doldrums.
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.
As Congress decides on a long-term solution for the program, some DACA recipients who are homeowners say they're skeptical they'll be able to stay in the country.
The tuna population is bouncing back, but fishermen and conservationists disagree on what the next steps should be.
GE is cutting its stock dividend in half as part of a larger plan to cut costs and turn its struggles around.
The tax, which applies to inheritances of more than $5.5 million, is one point of contention as Republican lawmakers push for a federal tax overhaul.
General Electric announced Monday morning it's cutting its dividend in half and restructuring its business model.
President Trump pitches his “America First” trade policy in Asia. We’ll look at what’s really going on with US-China trade and beyond.
In a call Monday, GE CEO John Flannery will detail his vision for restructuring the company, in an attempt to stop the free fall in the company's stock price.