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Evan Horowitz

Finally, the Mass. job market looks strong

Construction has rebounded solidly since the recession. After hitting bottom in 2010, the sector has added nearly 19,000 jobs, include 2,400 in the last year. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)

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A new analysis shows residents aged 25 to 54 are getting back to work, which is good news for the economy.

Paul Guzzi, 72, will retire next spring after 18 years as president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.

Shirley Leung

Everyone wants Paul Guzzi’s job, and its big paycheck

Many high-profile figures are hoping to become the next president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.

Serge Weinberg, chairman of Sanofi SA, sought to reassure nervous investors Thursday.

Genzyme parent running at ‘full speed,’ chairman says

The chairman of Sanofi sought to reassure nervous investors only three weeks after chief executive Christopher Viehbacher was fired.

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Pro-union hotel housekeepers protest at Harvard

Dozens of housekeeping employees at the Hilton DoubleTree Suites hotel in Allston are holding a one-day strike on Thursday.

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Scott Kirsner

Infinite Web shelf space sparks a surge of food startups

Big companies in search of the next big taste are nurturing and acquiring startups.

Archdiocese breaks ground on new Seaport chapel

The Archdiocese of Boston formally began construction of a new chapel where young, hip workers will have a sanctuary to serve their spiritual needs.

Beth Israel fined $100,000 for patient data breach

The settlement comes after a laptop holding personal information for nearly 4,000 patients and employees was stolen.

EPA delays decision on ethanol in gas

The Obama administration said Friday it is delaying a decision on whether to reduce the amount of ethanol in the nation’s fuel supply.

Digital TV service Aereo files for bankruptcy

The innovative Boston company’s antenna and digital recording service was declared illegal by the US Supreme Court.

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Market Basket in turmoil


A family feud is now an outright business crisis for the Demoulas Super Markets chain.

Globe Investigations

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