Boston construction titan Suffolk Construction plans to keep its headquarters in Roxbury, eschewing a previously-planned move to the Seaport District.

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Boston construction titan Suffolk Construction plans to keep its headquarters in Roxbury, eschewing a previously-planned move to the Seaport District.

Suffolk Construction ditches South Boston move

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A Star Wars-themed mural at Carbonite’s new Boston headquarters at Downtown Crossing. (Justin Saglio for The Boston Globe)

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Quirky offices in downtown Boston reflect influx of tech firms

As tech firms migrate into the Financial District and nearby environs, they’ve done their best to put their own unique stamp on their workspaces.

Worries about health care law leads tax filers to seek professional help

The vast majority of filers should be able to handle the new requirements without hiring extra help, tax specialists said

Fidelity offers to pay customers for new IRA business

The Boston-based investment giant is offering to pay customers a dollar match for moving at least $10,000 into a new or existing Fidelity retirement account.

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The announcement by Boston-based retail giant TJX Cos. comes on the heels of a similar move by Walmart.

NxStage to open dialysis centers in Mass.

NxStage Medical Inc., a medical device maker based in Lawrence, is best known for products that allow patients with kidney disease to treat themselves at home.

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City approves 30-story Fenway tower

The Point, which will be the tallest Fenway development yet, has been cleared to break ground this spring or summer.

Activists try to breathe life into Cape Wind

Cape Wind may be dead in the water, but climate activists aren’t giving up on the ambitious offshore turbine project yet.

Dunkin’ expands K-Cups sales to grocery stores

Consumers have only been able to buy Dunkin’s single-serve coffee made for the Keurig brewing system at the brand’s restaurants since its cups were introduced in 2011. The company said that will change this summer when K-Cups appear on the shelves of grocery stores and other retail outlets.

MassMutual posts nearly $800 million in profits for 2014

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, the Springfield-based mutual insurance giant, announced that it made a profit of $799 million in 2014 and posted record sales in both whole insurance and retirement plans for the year.

Google looks for more revenue from ads in Android app store

Google will start showing ads in its online store for mobile apps and entertainment as the Internet search leader strives to bring in more revenue from smartphones and tablets.

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