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Despite criticism, Dock Square condo project advances

A New York-based developer wants to build seven stories of condos atop the Dock Square Garage — a 1970s-era parking facility — while retaining most of the parking spaces below.


That derailed Red Line car is old enough to join AARP

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Ironwood moving headquarters from Cambridge to downtown Boston

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Powerful business group adds climate change to its priorities

Massachusetts Competitive Partnership members now view the issue as a major potential threat to the state’s economic competitiveness.

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An “unconference” for product managers and product marketers, a real estate investing webinar, and other events and things to know.

Uber, Lyft use skyrocketing in Massachusetts

Ride-hailing companies completed 81.3 million rides in Massachusetts during 2018 — a whopping 25 percent increase from the previous year.

Pinterest is latest tech company drawn into US culture wars

An effort by the social media company Pinterest to limit the spread of medical conspiracy theories has blocked one of the most prominent US antiabortion groups from sharing its content on the site.

Bond fund executive accused of sexual harassment leaves TCW

Jess Ravich, one of the most senior Wall Street executives to have been publicly accused of sexual harassment, has left TCW, the giant bond-fund manager.