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Fields Corner, a Vietnamese enclave, boasts locally owned businesses. But as development continues, rising costs threaten to displace residents. (Shelby Lum/Globe Staf)

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A demonstrator carried a Black Lives Matter flag before a march in Texas. A new study of diversity in the technology industry found companies that made statements of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement had 20 percent fewer Black employees on average than those that didn’t.

Companies that made #BlackLivesMatter pledges have fewer Black employees

After the murder of George Floyd last year prompted widespread protests, dozens of companies released public pledges to promote racial justice. However, their support of the Black community wasn’t reflected in the demographics of their workforces.

Dana-Farber donors Karen Hale (left), her husband Robert T. Hale, Jr., and his mother Judith B. Hale.

Dana-Farber launches $2 billion fund-raising drive

Michael Eisenson, a Dana-Farber trustee who is leading the campaign, said the money will help recruit and retain doctors and scientists and advance work in early detection of cancer and immunotherapy and other treatments.

Inside Charles River Labs in Wilmington.

Charles River Labs buys Maryland firm for $292m

The Wilmington-based drug research company is acquiring Vigene Biosciences, a gene therapy contract development and manufacturing organization.

New Jersey residents will pay most in taxes over a lifetime

Residents of New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut will face the highest tax burdens over a lifetime, according to a new study.

Ann Schuchat.

CDC deputy director set to retire in second high-profile exit

“I’ll be leaving the agency for a retirement that I hope will allow more time for creative passions,” CDC principal deputy director Anne Schuchat said Monday in a statement.

EU, US agree to temporarily suspend tariffs in steel dispute

The European Union and the United States on Monday decided to temporarily suspend measures at the heart of a steel tariff dispute.

President Biden delivered remarks on the COVID-19 response and the vaccination program on Monday.

Biden boosts COVID-19 vaccine commitment to other countries to 80 million doses

The doses would come from existing US production of Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccine stocks.

Travelers boarded a flight in March.

US officials seek big fines against more airline passengers

The FAA said Monday that it will seek fines totaling more than $100,000 against four passengers on recent flights.