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Stocks end September down 9.3 percent, worst month since March 2020

The S&P 500 fell 1.5 percent Friday and is at its lowest level in almost two years.

Boston’s net-zero emissions zoning code raises concerns among developers

The new initiative, which accelerates the city’s push to reduce buildings’ reliance on fossil fuels by several years, has sent jitters through the real estate development industry.

HOMELESSNESS

Could an Olmstead plan solve part of R.I.’s homeless problem?

Rhode Island is one of just seven states with no plan in place to help homeless residents who struggle with disabilities, addiction, and other issues. Advocates are pushing the governor to create one.

US outlines plan for long-term baby formula imports

The US has been forced to turn to foreign manufacturers to boost formula supplies since February, when FDA inspectors temporarily shuttered the nation’s largest domestic formula factory due to bacterial contamination.

Ten things Elon Musk’s texts reveal about the Twitter deal

The texts show who wanted to be part of the buyout and reveal the inner circle’s musings on who should run the company if Musk did come to own it.

Price of Cambridge biotech’s new ALS drug criticized by watchdog group

It says the $158,000 annual cost per patient isn’t justified, based on the medicine’s effectiveness.

Seaport’s new stock of hotels finally has the guests to fill them

A slate of summer events, groups traveling for in-house meetings, and a sustained boom in leisure travel ushered in a hectic season for Seaport hotels.

RI BUSINESS

Could Rhode Island conjure a following like Salem, Mass., after ‘Hocus Pocus 2′ filming?

The Ocean State has a paranormal history, and now it has a 'Hocus Pocus 2'-inspired festival in Lincoln. After an invitation-only screening of the movie, Governor Dan McKee told the Globe: "I think that it’s Rhode Island’s time."