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Gov. Charlie Baker Weighs In on Allegations Against Steve Wynn

In the wake of the Wall Street Journal’s bombshell story detailing a decades-long pattern of sexual misconduct, the casino mogul Steve Wynn has lost his […]

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Keurig Is Merging with Dr Pepper Snapple

There’s buzz about your caffeine buzz. Coffee drinkers and soda sippers alike delight in a quick jolt of liquid energy, and soon, they’ll be going […]

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Massachusetts Ranks Near-Worst Nationally in Supporting Female Entrepreneurs

Massachusetts does a lot of things well. Supporting female entrepreneurs isn’t one of them. According to a new study from FitSmallBusiness, the Bay State is […]

Casino mogul Steve Wynn during a news conference in Medford, Mass., Tuesday, March 15, 2016.

Multiple Women Accuse Casino Mogul Steve Wynn of Sexual Misconduct

Multiple people have accused the Las Vegas casino mogul and Republican National Committee finance chairman Steve Wynn of sexual misconduct spanning decades, the Wall Street Journal reports. […]

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Zoots Will Temporarily Reopen to Return Customer Clothing

If you lost your shirt—both literally and figuratively—over the sudden bankruptcy and subsequent closure of Zoots dry cleaners, there’s hope. The Brockton-based chain, which abruptly shuttered all […]

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Zoots Bankruptcy Leads to Lost Paychecks for Employees

The wardrobe war drags on as customers and employees of Zoots, the dry-cleaning chain that declared bankruptcy last week, struggle to get back what’s rightfully […]

Montgomeryville, United States - March 20, 2011: The Toys "R" Us store located in Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania. It is the largest toy-centered retailer and the second largest overall toy retailer in the United States.

Toys “R” Us Looks to Close Six Massachusetts Stores

It’s not all fun and games for Toys “R” Us. On Wednesday, the New Jersey-based company announced its plan to close roughly 180 stores across […]


Mayor Walsh Has a Plan to Shake Up Airbnb

In an move he says will help free up housing in a tight market, Mayor Marty Walsh has a plan that would shake up the way Boston […]


Boston Is on the Amazon HQ2 Shortlist

We probably shouldn’t be shocked, but Amazon has released its shortlist of cities it’s considering as the location of its sought-after “HQ2,” and Boston is […]

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Dunkin’ Just Launched Its New Concept Store in Quincy

Dunkin’ is now serving nitro coffee, because everything changes and the world is a scary place. The Canton-based company unveiled its new concept store in Quincy […]

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General Electric Could Be Headed for Massive Restructure

Like high school sweethearts approaching their first Thanksgiving home from college, General Electric may be headed for a breakup. GE is comprised of three core […]

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Accenture to Add 400 New Technology Jobs in Boston

The consulting firm Accenture is set to add 400 technology jobs to its Boston workforce as the company opens a new “innovation hub” in the […]

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More Than 20 Percent of Massachusetts Voters Say They Have Experienced Workplace Sexual Harassment

The floodgates of the #MeToo movement may have opened in Hollywood, but sexual harassment is certainly not confined to movie sets. It happens across the […]


The Billion-Dollar Travel Agent

Tech wizard Paul English wrestled with bipolar disorder, cofounded Kayak, and transformed the way we travel. Now that he’s sold the billion-dollar business, everyone wants to know: Can he do it again?


Is City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter Doomed?

It’s clear City Hall Plaza needed help. The big brick-laden black hole—notable only in the fact that it’s such an architectural oddity you can put […]