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The measure would tax U.S. tech firms' revenue by 3%.
The $15 dollar minimum wage could boost pay for 17 million but some workers might lose their jobs. We’ll add up the benefits and costs.
White sharks that hunt the coasts of Cape Cod attract tourists, key moments in scientific observation, and seas of binoculars. We'll look at the science, fears, and the economic impact...
The study finds nearly 90% of Lowell's recent population growth is attributable to immigrants, with Cambodians and Brazilians accounting for about a third of the more than 30,000 foreign-born residents.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson walks through the implications with NPR chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley.
With organizations asking employees to do more with less, does it pay to be an expert anymore? Maybe not.
After it sold the site, GE reimbursed the state for the public investments that went into the initial project to lure the company to South Boston.
Massachusetts cities and towns with marijuana businesses are getting revenue from a 3% tax on retail pot sales.
The strong performance diminishes the case for an interest rate cut from the Fed.
The U.S. economy entered its 121st month of consecutive growth this week, a historic high that beats out the dot-com boom of the '90s by one month.
Americans will celebrate this Independence Day with tons of fireworks — nearly all of which are made in China. But the domestic fireworks business is still booming.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins talks with Los Angeles Times reporter Jaweed Kaleem, who went on the road with a Sikh truck driver.
We're further removed from the prospect of war than perhaps at any point since North Korea first tested a nuclear weapon almost 13 years ago, writes Andrew Carleen.
Many riders are upset, with some even staging protests at stops around the city.
Cumberland Farms has sued the boards of health in Barnstable, Billerica, Framingham, Sharon, Somerville and Walpole in an attempt to block the prohibition on flavored tobacco at convenience stores.
Socially responsible investing was once attractive to the directors of the California Pension Employees' Retirement System.
"I'm in the 1 Percent. Please, Raise My Taxes" — that was the headline of a recent New York Times op-ed written by billionaire Eli Broad.
The increase comes amid attention to the T's aging infrastructure, after two trains derailed within a week, causing injuries, severe delays and damage to the signal system that helps the...
Baby lobsters are continuing to appear in high numbers off some parts of Canada while tailing off New England, raising questions about what the valuable shellfish's population will look like...
New England’s last thoroughbred horse track, Boston’s Suffolk Downs, is hosting its final live races this weekend, but it’s not clear what comes next for the industry.