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Plagued by delays, California high-speed rail back in court

Eight years after California voters approved funding for the nation’s first real high-speed rail system, construction is years behind schedule.

Happy Chinese New Year but no need to pass the red envelope to Charlie Baker. He’s all set.

Everywhere Charlie Baker goes he carries with him a secret.

Jobcase targets blue-collar workers left out of LinkedIn

The Cambridge company is trying to become the networking site for a large but overlooked segment of the US labor market.

GE’s new Current division warms up to Boston’s clean-tech community

It aims to use high-tech solutions to help customers rein in their electric bills.

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For 29 years, Dolores L. Mitchell has led the Group Insurance Commission, or GIC, an obscure but critical state agency that manages health and other benefits for more than 430,000 public employees, retirees, and their families, spending more than $2 billion a year.

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Mass. health care reform pioneer Dolores Mitchell retires

After 29 years leading the state’s Group Insurance Commission, 86-year-old Mitchell is stepping down.

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// Racing to build mobile audiences in developing nations

Facebook, Google, and Boston-based Jana pursue strategies to connect consumers in emerging economies to mobile Internet — and advertisers.

// Boston hedge fund is largest in world run by a woman

Nancy Zimmerman’s Bracebridge Capital has gone from $5.8 billion in assets in 2012 to $10.3 billion today.

// Five things you should know about LeeAnn Ghazil Gaunt

Gaunt is chief of the SEC Enforcement Division’s Municipal Securities and Public Pensions Unit.