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Hundreds of companies descend on Washington to fight Trump’s tariffs

The latest wave of threatened duties are set to hit essentially all remaining imports from China including mobile phones, laptops, apparel, and other consumer items.


Partners in Health puts a nurse in charge, globally

Bold Types: Nurses provide much of the health care worldwide, but they are still underrepresented in the field’s leadership ranks.

Designing a neighborhood from scratch: The stakes are high at Suffolk Downs

What the new Suffolk Downs will look and feel like — and, by extension who gets to call it home — is being hashed out at City Hall and in community meetings.

Casino races to keep up with its hiring goals

Massachusetts has never seen a hiring spree like this: roughly 5,000 employees brought on board for one location within a matter of months. But will it be enough?

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5G is coming, but there’s really no need to rush in

Boston is supposed to get one of those ultra-fast 5G wireless networks before the year is up, but you don’t need to sign up right away.

Pfizer expands in cancer with $10.6 billion deal for Array

Array’s shares have soared thanks to drugs that target a mutation that’s found across a wide variety of tumor types, and could be used in treating a broad set of cancers in patients who carry the mutation.

US stocks add to 2 weeks of gains, helped by deal-making

Stocks posted slight gains Monday, adding a bit to the last two weeks of gains. However, trading remained choppy.

A first for WeWork in Boston: It’s taking over all of a building’s office space

This will be the co-working giant’s 12th location in Boston and Cambridge.