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Healey launched an investigation in March 2018 following revelations that data mining firm Cambridge Analytica used ill-gotten data from millions of Facebook users through an app, then used the data...
Google's parent company Alphabet hit $1 trillion in market value this week.
More than 95% of clothing sold in the U.S. is imported. But there are signs that "Made in America" is making a comeback.
Tufts Medical Center CEO Dr. Mike Apkon says he used to think the U.S. health care system was the best in the world. After working at a hospital in Toronto...
The cultural institution moved from Newbury Street to the Seaport in 2016. But a lack of foot traffic and annual operational losses inhibited their success.
Top of the Hub in Boston is closing this year after more than five decades in business. We talk about what that means for the city's restaurant scene with Irene...
About $23.24 million flow into state accounts from the approximately $83 million in revenue the two casinos and the slots parlor cumulatively generated in December, with more than half of...
The high demand caused some weed dispensaries to shut their doors or limit purchases because they were running out of pot.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh's $500 million pledge to build more affordable housing has the power to be transformative, say the authors, three attorneys from Lawyers for Civil Rights.
Two of Boston's top attractions are closing.
The number of Airbnb listings went from 5,500 in November to 3,780 in December -- a 31% decrease -- according to the city of Boston.
The company cited sales shifting online as the reason for the closings.
Newly released internal emails from Boeing show workers mocked the Federal Aviation Administration and ridiculed the 737 Max's safety.
Boeing used to have high safety standards. One recently revealed employee email said the company now has a "culture of 'good enough.'" What will it take to turn Boeing around?
One-quarter of Nick Kristof’s high school class died prematurely. The New York Times columnist went back to his hometown to find out why.
Geothermal technology does away with furnaces, air conditioners and hot water heaters, and is the most efficient way to heat and cool a building. While it's widespread in some countries,...
Boston is expanding its use of designated ride-hailing locations to drop-off and pickup riders.
Amazon has blocked third-party sellers from using FedEx for deliveries.
The closure is the latest hit to local journalism in Massachusetts. Mayor Marty Walsh called it "a loss for the Boston community."
The surprise third-quarter profits propelled Elon Musk's company to a record stock price.