Christina Rohrbacher bought potatoes from Chelmsford growers Phil Jones and Ashley Sacramo of Jones Farm at Mill No. 5.

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Christina Rohrbacher bought potatoes from Chelmsford growers Phil Jones and Ashley Sacramo of Jones Farm at Mill No. 5.

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The hedge fund where the MBTA invested $10 million is shutting down and its chief executive is banned from the industry.

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The incoming Baker administration will press for greater openness at the MBTA retirement fund, a spokesman said.

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This holiday season, it’s almost as simple to shop on the other side of the world as it is to buy from a store down the block.

American Apparel board confirms it received buyer interest

American Apparel Inc., the retail chain that ousted its controversial founder last week, said a buyer has expressed interest in acquiring the company for as much as $1.40 a share, confirming reports that have driven up the stock.

Facebook shares rise to record on mobile growth, Instagram

Facebook shares rose to a record Monday as the social network caps a year in which mobile advertising increased and marketing initiatives expanded with applications and video.

Russia bails out bank following ruble slide

Russia has bailed out a mid-sized bank for about $500 million to save it from bankruptcy.

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