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Eddy Maria Taveras used a hand-crank Singer sewing machine to make a repair on a running shoe at the New Balance factory in Lawrence.

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Eddy Maria Taveras used a hand-crank Singer sewing machine to make a repair on a running shoe at the New Balance factory in Lawrence.

New Balance’s voice heard on tariffs

The Pacific trade pact is likely to include a gradual phaseout of tariffs on imported sneakers, protecting jobs held by New Balance workers. By Jessica Meyers

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Robin Brown restores New York hotel to glory

The legendary former general manager of Boston’s Four Seasons has taken his show on the road to revive The Knickerbocker hotel.

Raytheon seeking a super missile

The Waltham missile maker is working to create a cruise missile that could travel more than five times the speed of sound.

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Rethink’s Baxter gets a new set of wheels

The Boston robot maker has teamed up with Clearpath Robotics to construct a platform that gives Baxter some new moves.

Some Mass. lottery machines to check ID’s of buyers

The change comes after criticism from advocacy groups that minors can easily buy scratch tickets.

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NetBlazr is taking on the big guys

Carbonite cofounder David Friend says he likes the “David and Goliath story” of his latest investment, the wireless ISP NetBlazr.

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Nine things you may have missed Tuesday from the world of business

Amazon to hire 6,000 full-time workers, faculty reports to SEC cost Deutsche Bank $55 million, and more news from Tuesday.

Struggling ReCode sold off to Vox Media

The deal for the news website reflects the turmoil among digital organizations focused on covering the tech industry.

Charter deal puts focus on broadband

As TV watchers increasingly look online for their fix, cable companies are bulking up.