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The decision to limit the number to 13 zones reflects the Walsh administration’s apprehensions about new private investment dollars in sections of the city already beset by concerns about displacement...
Apple already leases office space in the Cambridge Innovation Center, where a team works on the company's Siri speech recognition software.
The plan found that Massachusetts must step up its efforts around energy efficiency in the transportation sector and building, heating and cooling if the state is to reduce emissions, lower...
Three ocean areas will be offered up Thursday during an auction intended to attract the offshore wind industry.
The closest recreational marijuana store to Boston will open Saturday, after state regulators gave the final OK to Alternative Therapies Group in Salem.
Federal funds will help upgrade the New England Central Railroad main line through western Massachusetts.
After a locked out worker benefits bill passed the House last week, Senate leaders, including Senate President Karen Spilka, are calling on National Grid to voluntarily end the lockout.
Damian Garde of STAT joined Bob Oakes on Morning Edition to discuss the Initial Public Offering (IPO) from Moderna, which is reportedly the biggest IPO in medical tech history.
As the workers face losing unemployment benefits, the House passed a potentially precedent-setting bill calling for the state to set up benefits for employees locked out in labor disputes.
The utility began its lockout of nearly 2,000 workers in June. Dozens shared stories of the lockout's impact with lawmakers as the Legislature weighs how deeply to get involved in...
So far, only one equity or economic empowerment applicant has made it beyond the first step of many in the process to open a recreational marijuana business in Boston.
The beer guild contends that payments for coveted tap lines in bars were legal discounts. But a lower court ruled last year that because only certain bars could get them,...
The next space race to the moon will feature a competition among private companies -- including Cambridge-based Draper. And over $2 billion in contracts is on the table.
Competing with Nike, Adidas and Under Armour could be tough, but a sports marketer says Boston-based New Balance may be targeting foreign consumers.
The drivers say they lost their jobs in 2016 because of old, minor offenses that Amazon had previously been willing to overlook. They claim a change in Amazon's background check...
Crystal City and Long Island City might've offered Amazon more than $2 billion combined in incentives to lure the company's second headquarters -- but do they have a Fluff Festival?
The delay follows the Fishermen's Advisory Board's denial of support for the project.
In Massachusetts, lawmakers have yet to open the door to sports betting, although that could change in the coming year.
Early childhood STEM training, housing costs and the price of an avocado at a local Whole Foods -- all things Amazon wanted to know about its HQ2 finalist city.
The scientist behind the plane says the approach might be used in airplane-like drones that perform tasks like environmental monitoring and surveillance.