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Puerto Rico’s residents are dealing with increasing financial hardships.

Puerto Rico’s problems shine light on states’ debts

Connecticut and Mass. have the highest debt per capita among states, according to the New York bond rating agency Standard and Poor’s.

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Boston woman sues Instacart over wages

A Boston woman is suing Instacart, claiming the online grocery delivery company shortchanged her on pay and expenses while she filled customer orders.

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Boston, casino developer at odds over roads

Mayor Walsh is using a little-publicized commission that controls road changes to exert its influence over Wynn Resorts’ casino project.

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Boston woman sues Instacart over wages

A Boston woman is suing Instacart, claiming the online grocery delivery company shortchanged her on pay and expenses while she filled customer orders.

SEC aims to bolster clawbacks of executive pay

Senior executives of companies that publish faulty financial statements would have to give back some of their compensation as punishment.

Auto sales up 4.4%; best showign in recent years

The auto industry, which at this time last year was embroiled in recall scandals, just finished its best first half in recent memory.

Ten things you may have missed Wednesday from the world of business

ConforMIS rises 28% in stock market debut, Market Basket film due in fall, and more news from Wednesday.

Puerto Rico’s problems shine light on states’ debts

Connecticut and Mass. have the highest debt per capita among states, according to the New York bond rating agency Standard and Poor’s.

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Disrupting the disruptors puts lawyer on a who’s who

Boston lawyer Shannon Liss-Riordan is on a list of the 100 most “amazing and influential people” in Silicon Valley, alongside CEOs of companies she’s suing.

Snapshot: Stocks rally, but week’s still down

Hopes that a deal could be reached between Greece and its creditors pushed stocks higher on Wednesday.

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Leung writes a business column every Wednesday and Friday. Previously she served six years as the business editor overseeing daily and Sunday coverage.