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The Stop & Shop Strike Has Ended after 11 Days

After 11 days of picketing, unionized Stop & Shop workers are back on the job thanks to a new agreement with the grocery store chain. A tentative deal was […]

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Why Boston’s Brightest Industry Stars Are Throwing in the Towel

Mike Healan had put in 15 years between two Boston law firms before his career finally broke him. It was the day after Thanksgiving, and […]

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Boston Coworking Spaces Perfect for Entrepreneurs, Activists and More

The Yard Good for: Future CEOs More than anything else, entrepreneurs require flexibility—and the ability to scale up as needed. Enter the Yard, which lets you […]

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Four Boston Companies with Luxurious Employee Benefits

TripAdvisor TripAdvisor’s senior director of office experience, Matthew Gabree, used to work at the Ritz and the W, so it only makes sense that he […]

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What It’s Really Like to Work in an Open Office

Remember the days when everyone had an office with four walls and a door? Yeah, neither do we. Instead, many in Boston have been plunked into a new kind of […]

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Friendly’s Is Closing 23 More Locations

Getting a simple Fribble just keeps getting harder around these parts. Friendly’s announced its decision to close 23 corporate-owned locations in the Northeast Monday. “While […]

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Boston’s Beloved Beer Gardens Are Facing Serious Backlash

Bostonians love a good beer garden. They hit all the sweet spots in après-work imbibing: sought-after brews, fresh air, food-truck dining, and Instagram-friendly ambiance. When […]

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Dunkin’ Will Soon Serve Peeps-Flavored Coffee and Doughnuts

Dunkin’, the ever-evolving Massachusetts coffee chain, has joined forces with another formidable brand in the sugary snacks industry: Peeps. In an announcement on Wednesday, the […]

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A Wayfair Store Is Coming to the Natick Mall This Year

Wayfair, the Boston-based furniture retailer that seems to be growing larger and more omnipresent by the second, is taking a new step forward this year. The […]

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Sheena Collier Is Creating a Guide for Living in Boston While Black

When I first visited Harvard, I told my mother, “I don’t see any black people; I’m not going here.” And she said, “Girl, it’s Harvard—I […]

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E-Scooters Can Hit the Streets of Brookline Next Month

Missed your chance to take part in the e-scooter craze when it was all the rage last summer? Think Cambridge and Somerville were too quick […]

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Meet the Pot Power Players Bringing Legal Marijuana to Boston

Homecoming King Tim Keogh President and CEO, AmeriCann Who They Are: It’s a classic tale of local boy makes good. Marion native Keogh cut his […]

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A Trader Joe’s in Fort Point Would Break New Ground in the Area

If rumors about a Trader Joe’s opening its doors in Fort Point are true, it would mark a milestone for Boston’s fast-growing Seaport area: its first grocery […]

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Partners CEO David Torchiana Will Reportedly Step Down

Partners HealthCare CEO David Torchiana, head of the region’s most prominent hospitals and sixth most powerful person in Boston, has announced his resignation suddenly, the Boston Globe reports. […]

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Why Dunkin’ Dropped the “Donuts”

Whether you love or hate its new image—the brewery-style taps, the cutesy pastry cases, the exposed ceilings, the conspicuously missing “Donuts”—Massachusetts’ most famous brand is […]