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Venture firm’s web challenge yields new name: Accomplice

Newly christened firm Accomplice opened its re-branding up to anyone online, getting 16,000 entries in search of the prize: a $25,000 stake in its VC fund.

At group home for developmentally disabled, a redesign is part of the treatment

Bay Cove Human Services, a Boston nonprofit, asked Boston Architectural College to redesign one of its group homes for developmentally disabled adults.

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Mobile travel bookings lag in US, TripAdvisor says

The travel website said browsers in China and Thailand were more likely to plan their vacations and make bookings from a smartphone.

At group home for developmentally disabled, a redesign is part of the treatment

Bay Cove Human Services, a Boston nonprofit, asked Boston Architectural College to redesign one of its group homes for developmentally disabled adults.

Puerto Rico will seek to delay paying debts

The price of Puerto Rico’s bonds dropped on Monday after the island’s governor said his government could not pay its $72 billion in debts.

Boston 2024 wants huge tax break for Widett Circle project

Organizers say the costs of builing a neighborhood there, including erecting a deck over train tracks on the site, require incentives from the city.

Salaried workers could get overtime pay

Proposed regulations would more than double the current threshold at which many salaried employees stop getting overtime pay.

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Venture firm’s web challenge yields new name: Accomplice

Newly christened firm Accomplice opened its re-branding up to anyone online, getting 16,000 entries in search of the prize: a $25,000 stake in its VC fund.

Steven Syre | Boston Capital

Turbulence abroad rattles US markets

The economic problems in Greece, China, and Puerto Rico are unlikely to hurt the US economy much -- or cause the dominoes to fall in Europe.

Greece’s financial woes not apt to hurt Mass. much

The state exported only $15 million worth of merchandise to Greece last year.