Managers dividing time on picket lines, in stores

Market Basket has scheduled a job fair for Aug. 4 to 6, and among the positions advertised are store directors, or managers, and assistant directors.

Shirley Leung

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The old mill city, the cultural heart of the state’s Greek community, is where the Demoulas saga begins.

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The executives, middle managers, and store directors have built one of the more unlikely protest movements ever organized.

AGs remind Market Basket of worker rights

The attorneys general for Massachusetts and New Hampshire urged the company to respect the rights of employees who may be fired in coming days.

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A tweet apparently written by a director of the company described protesters as “much better looking than I remember.”

Tesla and Panasonic to build US battery factory

The plant will produce batteries for Tesla’s all-electric vehicles, as well as modules designed for the stationary storage market.

US stocks plunge, wiping out July’s gains

The Dow Jones industrial tumbled more than 300 points, its worst one-day drop since February.

Ann Berwick’s husband, Don, is a Democratic candidate for governor.

DPU chief crafts bill that aids son’s firm

Ann Berwick helped craft a solar energy bill from which her son’s solar development firm stood to benefit.

New way to prey on homeowners

The deals involve ‘‘force-placed insurance,’’ a type of backup property insurance meant to protect mortgage investors’ stake in uninsured properties.

Berkshire Medical Center, which was the sole bidder for the defunct North Adams Regional Hospital, plans to close on the $4 million purchase in late August.

Judge approves sale of bankrupt North Adams hospital

Berkshire Medical Center plans to close on the $4 million purchase of North Adams Regional Hospital in late August.

Unemployment has dropped, but slow wage gains have kept confidence from rising.

As US job market strengthens, many don’t feel it

As the economic recovery enters its sixth year, a number of factors help explain why many Americans don’t feel better off.

PepsiCo executive Brian Cornell, shown at a Sam’s Club in 2011, will face many challenges in leading Target.

Target taps outsider as CEO for needed shakeup

The Minneapolis-based company said Thursday that it named PepsiCo executive Brian Cornell to the top spot.

BetaBoston

Startup Lilliputian Systems comes to an end

One of Boston’s best-capitalized — and oldest — startups has run out of fuel thirteen years after it was founded.

BetaBoston

Mass. legislators make no changes to noncompete laws

No changes were made to the law concerning the enforcement of noncompete agreements as part of an economic development bill.

BetaBoston

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Data desk

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The Globe’s data team enhances stories with data through charts, maps, and interactive graphics.

Money & Markets

The stock is down more than 32 percent over the past year.

Market movers

Whole Foods plans major marketing push

Whole Foods Market posted quarterly sales shy of expectations and cut its annual sales forecast, deepening worries about the intensifying competition the grocer faces.

Ameresco’s energy-efficiency solutions include small renewable-energy plants and infrastructure upgrades.

Mass. movers

Ameresco stock surges as sales, profit rise

Revenue was $142.6 million, exceeding consensus estimate of $122.1 million. During the same quarter in 2013, the company posted a loss of 4 cents per share.

Market Basket in turmoil

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

Game Changers

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The new publication highlights the entrepreneurs and the contributors who make the state a national leader in innovation.

Massachusetts housing prices

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Median sales prices have climbed above the 2005 peak in more than 60 Massachusetts communities. Compare the numbers for each Bay State city and town.

Diversity Boston

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A look at how urban farming is taking root, books about diversity for children and teens, a conversation about Boston’s health disparities, and more.

Top Places to Work

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The Globe’s annual survey of Massachusetts companies ranks the top largest, large, medium, and small employers in the state.

Globe Investigations

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Read recent stories and ongoing investigations from the Globe’s journalists.