Why do female CEOs get fired more often than male ones?
The reason female CEOs get fired more often may lie in a term you’ve never heard: The Glass Cliff.
Wonder Woman’s secret history and surprising lessons
Jill Lepore, Harvard history professor and New Yorker staff writer, on her new book, “The Secret History of Wonder Woman.”
Here come the pay phones
This is no ordinary shopping spree. This is research into a quartet of digital wallets that transmit financial data to retail credit-card terminals.
No finding on legality of Baker donation until after election
Charlie Baker made a controversial donation to Governor Chris Christie’s state party in New Jersey.
From Dorie Greenspan’s Paris kitchen to mine
The popular baker shows how simple it is to bake lovely pastries she learned to make from French friends.
Coakley, Baker face off in first head-to-head TV debate
Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker worked to avoid major gaffes or viral moments that could upend the gubernatorial race.
Once-booming Boston law firm struggles to survive
Bingham McCutchen LLP has watched more than 50 partners leave the firm since last year and cut 225 lawyers since 2012.
In politics, patience isn’t overrated – but loyalty often is
When a would-be governor puts loyalty first in his hierarchy of values, it’s hard not to wonder how far that loyalty is expected to go.
48 people killed in fires this year in Mass.
“Fire continues to take just an awful toll in our state,’’ State Fire Marshal Stephen Coan said Tuesday.
With deaths of 2 boys in Lawrence, 2014 fire toll mounts
The two young boys are the latest victims in a year that has seen the most fire-related deaths in Mass. since 2011.
Ben Bradlee, at 93; hard-charging journalist guided Watergate coverage
Mr. Bradlee’s 23 years as executive editor of the Washington Post made him a legendary figure in US journalism.
North Korea frees US man; two more still detained
There was no immediate explanation for the release of Jeffrey Fowle.
Charlie Baker struggles as Martha Coakley finds her zone
Beneath the dutiful discussion of issues, a psychodrama brewed in Tuesday’s gubernatorial debate.
Staples may be the latest target in string of credit card hacks
If its breach is confirmed, Staples would be the latest of many consumer brands that has fallen prey to hackers.
Nurses union says Brigham and Women’s cutting staff to unsafe levels
The accusations, denied by hospital officials, are being aired as a new state law on minimum nursing staff levels takes effect.
Recipe for fruit and nut croquants
Croquants are something like biscotti or mandelbrot except they are baked only once.
Yes, Jeff McCormick is still running for governor
What about McCormick? Why is this political neophyte still running?
Medical labs’ leftovers find uses elsewhere
Kerafast Inc. is helping institutions clean out their freezers and reuse biological materials for new research through an online marketplace — a sort of craigslist for biologists.
After weeks of clashes, Hong Kong riveted by debate
Hong Kong’s political showdown shifted Tuesday from the streets to a drab university hall.
Ebola causing spike in demand for protective gear
Many hospitals said they already have the proper equipment in place but are ordering more supplies to prepare for a possible new case of Ebola.