Its latest developer has signalled it will pull out unless the state spends millions of dollars to extend the access road through the property.
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Being able to deal with risk is integral to running a safari tour company, especially one in a developing country like Tanzania.
Two former Swiss bankers avoided jail time for their roles in a tax fraud scheme that helped US customers hide billions of dollars in assets.
Color of Money
Isn’t it the responsible thing for lenders to determine that people can pay the money back?
It seems as though an increasing number of parents are letting kids make the move to the front seat of the car way too soon.
Following his team’s appearance in last year’s Major League Soccer Cup final, Bilello chatted recently about gaining a high-tech edge.
Start with an overall summary of you as a professional, but tailor to the position of interest. And be prepared for follow-up questions.
You can get cheaper pairs online or in discount stores, but can you trust them to correct your vision and look good, too?
Companies that jump at the right time on a trend and the language around that trend have a greater chance of becoming winners.
Karmaloop files for bankruptcy, Amazon to receive tax breaks, and more news from Saturday.
After closing mysteriously earlier this month, the eatery will reopen just in time for the Red Sox home opener on April 13.
Ellen Pao, who lost a gender bias suit Friday, is married to a hedge fund manager who defrauded the MBTA pension fund.
Local venture capitalists said the gender bias trial against Kleiner Perkins sparked conversations about gender diversity in Mass.
SAN FRANCISCO — A jury decided Friday that a prestigious venture capital firm did not discriminate or retaliate against a female employee in a case that debated gender imbalance and working conditions for women in Silicon Valley.
Mary Kay Henry singled out local efforts as being “at the vanguard” of the growing movement to raise wages for low-income workers.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen stressed that any rate increases would likely be very gradual.
Etiquette at work
Don’t get lulled into believing that because it is e-mail, mistakes can and will be excused.
An eight-story glass-and-steel building has been proposed at the former Holy Trinity German Catholic Church on Shawmut Avenue.
The company will move hundreds of customer service jobs around the country to six call centers, including one in Springfield.
About 950 employees will move from one of the best-known landmarks in the city’s life science cluster to 50 Binney St.
Plame, a former CIA covert operations officer, will serve on the advisory board of Boston-based Starling Trust Sciences.
After paying for the college education of his nephew, Cook says he will donate the rest of his money to philanthropic causes.
Massachusetts has more job openings that require a college degree than most other states, according to a new report.
Bezos became a strategic adviser to the company, not a board member — and even industry analysts who follow iRobot weren’t aware of it.
Google Inc. is moving into a growing field of medicine as the search-engine giant expands its healthcare investments.
West and fellow hip-hop mogul Damon Dash poured more gas on rumors they may acquire the debt-ridden streetwear company.
Some wealthy business owners have a solution that meets the letter if not the intention of the law: Appointing their wives.
The low-cost Icelandic carrier provides service to Reykjavik and other European cities.
The company is revising coverage that had some patients paying $1,000 a month for drugs.
BMW is recalling motorcycles in the US and Canada because flanges that hold the rear wheel can crack if bolts are too tight.
The decision came after a judge ordered the jury to resume deliberations after a discrepancy was discovered.
Former Ford CEO Alan Mulally’s compensation fell 5 percent in his final year at the company.
A Lawrence business and its owner were accused of defrauding people facing foreclosure.
Dow Chemical is breaking off a significant part of its chlorine operations in a deal with Olin Corp. valued at $5 billion.
Economists are looking for an even weaker showing in the first quarter as severe winter weather takes its toll.
Dr. Devin Mann, who specializes in population health management and informatics, shares his digital habits.
Among the firms that will be represented at the event are Bain Capital Ventures, General Catalyst Partners, and Highland Capital Partners.
Goldberg seeks to toughen proxy-voting guidelines, HBO will feature a daily newscast, and more news from Monday.
Among the firms that will be represented are Bain Capital Ventures, General Catalyst Partners, Highland Capital Partners, and NextView Ventures.
Physicians will be able to see who is active and who is not, who is keeping blood pressure under control, and who is gaining weight.
Customer satisfaction, intellectual property strategies, and more notable events and things to know.
Shirley Leung has given up the best real estate in the city to a wannabe writer named Marty Walsh.
The state is accused of cutting off thousands of deserving residents.
It has been four years this month since Facebook made its way back to Boston.
The modern pitchmen for Massachusetts banks are party boy Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and retired Bruins standout Ray Bourque.
A see-saw day for U.S. stocks ended with slight losses on Thursday, giving the market its fourth drop in a row.
The company forecast earnings of 31 cents to 33 cents for the current quarter.
Woburn-based Skyworks Solutions Inc. was among several chipmakers that fell Thursday.
The attorney general’s office has filed a letter against a proposed fee increase by the state’s auto insurance system of last resort.
HBO and Vice Media announced an expansion of their partnership on Thursday, including the launch of a daily Vice newscast on the pay cable outlet.
An attorney for a lender that lost a bankruptcy auction for electronics retailer RadioShack has asked a Delaware judge to reopen the bidding.
Each month, more than 200,000 needy US households take out what’s advertised as a brief loan.
The state’s locally controlled electric companies charged less than investor-owned utilities, a finding that those companies say merits a big asterisk.
Mark Nunnelly will also serve as a special technology adviser to Governor Charlie Baker.
Royal Bank of Scotland sold 135 million shares of Citizens, reducing its stake in the bank to below 50 percent.
By nearly every measure, white households in Boston had more wealth than minority groups.
New Balance has taken its first shots at soccer powerhouses Nike and Adidas with a new ad for its NB Football line.
Bank of America cut chief operating officer Thomas Montag’s 2014 pay by 9.7 percent to $14 million from a year earlier.
Average long-term US mortgage ratesedged closer to historically low levels at the start of the spring home-buying season.
Many Microsoft suppliers in the US will soon be required by the company to give their employees 15 days of paid time off.
Governor Baker is rethinking how the state can best promote the life sciences industry, the new economic development chief said.
No-contract versions are expected to start at about $650, in line with the iPhone and other high-end devices.
Hundreds of employees will be laid off from their jobs in March and April, according to notices filed with the state.
Flagship has invested in about 35 active portfolio companies, most in the Boston area.
The Massachusetts House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation Wednesday that would encourage thousands of state employees to retire early.
She is proposing a number of new measures to put pressure on companies in which the state invests.
The computer science community regards the Turing Award, distributed by the Association for Computing Machinery, as the Nobel for the field.
The team is already hiring and training local medics with a goal of launching in Boston this summer.
It’s little surprise that the idea for Bounce came out of a brainstorming session.
Jurors get gender bias, Akamai leases more space in Cambridge, and more news from Wednesday.
The small city is hungering to enhance its renaissance through top-tier, farm-to-table dishes.
As attorney general, Coakley fought for women’s rights — from defending the state’s buffer zone law around abortion clinics to passing the state’s first human trafficking law.
The 27-year-old spent many hours preparing for Thursday, when the Cabela’s employee will try to officially open its first store in Massachusetts.
Shares of Canton’s Destination XL Group rose on fourth-quarter earnings.
Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intel Corp. and other semiconductor makers fell Wednesday in a sell-off that spread to the broader market.
Venture Cafe hosts first event in series, innovation at Quincy and Wentworth, and more notable events and things to know.
A new service launching in the US this week wants to be the Uber for doctors, making medical practitioners available for consultation by text message, video chat, or even a house visit — for a fee, of course.
It's little surprise that the idea for Bounce, the new app from IdeaPaint, the Boston-based maker of dry erase paint, came out of a brainstorming session. The company, which has been shellacking walls with their product since launching in 2008, had been getting requests from its users to add more capabilities to its product than a simple coat of wall covering could provide.
The Turing award is considered the Nobel in the field of computer science