Business

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What You Need to Know: A Small Business Crisis Manual

It’s never exactly easy to keep a small business running in Boston, where in better days the competition can be steep, the clientele demanding, and the […]

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Is Boston’s Innovation Economy Doomed?

“March Madness” is upon us, and the odds are not in our favor. I’m not talking about college basketball, mind you, but the term immigration […]

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The Best and Least Boring Ideas for What to Do with the Hynes Convention Center

Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that you’ve got a few hundred million squirreled away to splurge on a skyscraper. On top of that, […]

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Thousands of Kids Have Tried to Get into the Encore with Fake IDs

Everybody knows it: This city is just crawling with fake IDs. What do you expect? There are an estimated 138,000 college students roaming around Boston […]

Home & Property

The Cambridge City Council Has Approved “CambridgeSide 2.0”

Thanks to the Genius-level help I needed to transfer my library of 12,000 photos from my old iPhone to my new one, I logged four […]

Life & Style

Boston Gives 2019: Five Local Businesses Making Philanthropy Their Mission

Boston’s leading employers care about the city of Boston and its people and proudly support the institutions that provide for the collective well-being of all […]

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Pawtucket Lost Their Sox, But They Might Get a New Team to Root For

They may have lost their beloved PawSox, but it looks like Pawtucket isn’t giving up hope on having a home team yet. The Rhode Island […]

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Rest in Peace to the Cursed Dunkin’ Double Cup

Goodnight, sweet prince. For untold years, the nation’s most shameless Dunks customers have been requesting that their plastic iced coffee cups come sheathed in an […]

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Inside Wayfair’s Identity Crisis

There’s a series of walkways and escalators that carry commuters from the patinaed bowels of Back Bay Station to the gleaming, sun-drenched Sky Lobby of […]

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New York Attorney General: Dunkin’s Response to App Breach Was Full of Holes

In the past few years, Dunkin’ has been the target of multiple cyberattacks—and now, the New York Attorney General says the brand’s Munchkin-sized response to […]

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Danvers Vape Shop Wants to Smoke Charlie Baker in Court

Just two days after Gov. Charlie Baker’s sweeping ban of the sale of all vaping products, the measure is going to court. The owner of a […]

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Wayfair Is Backtracking on CEO’s Comment about “Non-Political” Employees

Was it an unguarded crack at all those protesters who stormed out of Wayfair’s Boston office this summer? Just an unfortunate slip of the tongue? […]

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Boston Magazine’s 2019 Faces of Women in Business

Boston magazine’s annual feature celebrating the most influential businesswomen in Boston is out now, and it may be the most inspiring group yet. These women may […]

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Christine Marcus Is Here to Rescue Your Sad Desk Lunch

The impetus for Alchemista came in 2012, while I was at MIT and none of our catered meals were memorable. One night, my classmate brought […]

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Peek Inside the New Boston Location of the Wing

Perhaps you’ve seen the slogans, “The world was built for men, the Wing was built for you,” wheat-pasted around town and wondered what the heck […]