People waited in line to withdraw 60 euros from an ATM in Athens, Greece, on Monday.

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People waited in line to withdraw 60 euros from an ATM in Athens, Greece, on Monday

Greece, Puerto Rico turbulence unlikely to hurt US economy

American markets, so calm for so long, are getting a jolt this week. But that’s all it is so far.By Steven Syre

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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.

One of the bedrooms in a Mattapan group home operated by Bay Cove Human Services.

Redesign aims to help developmentally disabled adults

A local nonprofit asked Boston Architectural College to reimagine one of its group homes to better serve its clients.

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