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10 things to know before you buy in a community association

It’s important to understand what you can and cannot do.

The world economy will slow next year because of inflation, high rates and war, OECD says

The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimated Wednesday that international growth would slow to 2.7 percent in 2024 from an expected 2.9 percent pace this year.

Waltham software firm expanding with $2 billion deal

While many corporate IT departments have moved to cloud computing, Rocket remains focused on catering to big banks, health care systems, and others still relying on older style mainframe computers.

Famed feminist website Jezebel to be resurrected by Paste Magazine

Paste Magazine, a music and culture outlet, acquired Jezebel on Tuesday and planned to start publishing on the site again as soon as Wednesday.

Fake AI-generated woman on tech conference agenda leads Microsoft and Amazon execs to drop out

DevTernity organizer Eduards Sizovs admitted on social media that one of the featured speakers was an “auto-generated” woman with a fake title.

A conservative attack on government regulation reaches the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a challenge to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s ability to fight fraud.


4 pop-up restaurants worth checking out in Rhode Island in December 2023

A ticketed dinner serving small plates, a bar takeover from a Boston sake expert, smash burgers, and more.

Shareholder lawsuits are common. Here’s what makes the one at Tree House Brewing unique.

The case is a face-off between a minority shareholder, Eric Granger, and the duo that owns 98 percent of the successful brewery.