Rhonda Kallman and her dog Sandy, at the Boston Harbor Distillery, which is under construction in a Civil War-era complex in Dorchester.

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Rhonda Kallman and her dog Sandy, at the Boston Harbor Distillery, which is under construction in a Civil War-era complex in Dorchester.

Spirits rising in a new Dorchester distillery

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“We’re well positioned in this market,” said Peter J. Healy, chief executive of Beth Israel Deaconess-Milton. “We’re part of a system that is well positioned.”

Milton hospital grows as part of Beth Israel Deaconess network

The once-struggling community hospital was able to turn a profit for the first time in years.

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Every few weeks, Bob Mahoney, chief executive of Belmont Savings Bank, will post a video on YouTube or his bank’s website, offering a dose of folksy wisdom.

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The Waltham-based medical device company is selling the Quell through Indiegogo.

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The bankruptcy trustee said the company took in $1.03 billion from investors in just 16 months, according to records.

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Two Massachusetts credit unions to merge

One of the state’s oldest credit unions, Boston-based Industrial Credit Union, will merge with Webster First Federal Credit Union, the financial institutions announced on Tuesday.

Women in Mass. made 81 percent of men’s salaries in 2013

The most recent ratio of women’s to men’s earnings was the highest it has been in Massachusetts since state data became available.

Airlines reject rechargeable battery shipments

Two major US airlines say they will no longer accept rechargeable battery shipments as new government tests confirm that explosions and violent fires are likely to occur when large numbers of batteries enclosed in cargo containers overheat.

At the New York Stock Exchange, Sun Life celebrates 150 years

Executives from Sun Life Financial ran the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange Monday to celebrate the company’s 150th anniversary, as well as 15 years of being listed on the exchange.

Mass. AG Maura Healey sues South Shore auto dealer

Auto Number One is being sued for violations of the state’s consumer protection law.

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Yes, we write software and design websites. But the New England economy chugged along for almost 400 years on the strength of other products.

Market Basket in turmoil

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

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