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Another recommendation: The state should establish a regional market-based program to reduce transportation carbon emissions.
Three tracts of ocean just south of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard have sold for a total of more than $400 million, the highest prices ever paid for wind lease plots...
The country's first commercial, driverless taxi service made its debut in Arizona this month. But it still has a long way to go.
The new technology will make downloading information from the internet 10 to 20 times faster.
Apple says it will invest $1 billion to add a new campus in the city, with 5,000 new employees initially but as many as 15,000 over the long term.
Grinnell College is attempting to limit who can join a student workers union after a vote to expand the union to all student workers on campus.
Apple already leases office space in the Cambridge Innovation Center, where a team works on the company's Siri speech recognition software.
The city ordinance applies to large supermarkets and retailers initially, and will be implemented citywide by July 2019.
Five years ago Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg told women to "lean in." Now, many women, including Michelle Obama, say it just doesn’t work. We look at the pushback against lean in.
The Los Angeles City Council has approved new rules for Airbnb rentals in the city.
It's currently illegal for anyone other than U.S. postal workers to access private mailboxes. The administration's proposal would change that, for a fee.
Sounding the alarm on index funds. How their runaway success has reshaped power and accountability in boardrooms and on Wall Street.
The federal H-2A visa program allows farmers to temporarily bring in workers from foreign countries. But the visas are expensive and the process is time-consuming.
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.
Ghosn, Nissan's former chairman, was indicted for allegedly understating his income by $43 million. He denies the charges.
Revelations about Facebook's sometimes-unethical business practices were predicted in the 2010 movie, writes New York Times media columnist Jim Rutenberg.
Researchers are developing AI to promote smarter fishing. And private companies are working on alternatives -- including bioengineered fish and even fish flesh grown in laboratories.
There’s now an app to hail a self-driving taxi. We’ll look behind the wheel at the technology and safety concerns.
Cambridge is considering a similar requirement, as both communities have been undergoing building booms.