New numbers for the average 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage will be released Thursday. Last week, Freddie Mac reported the average 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage stayed the same from the week before, at 3.94 percent.
Support student entrepreneurship in Boston during a night of panels, networking, and discussions. 6 to 9 p.m., WeWork, 625 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. Free.
Attend a day of networking and recruiting aimed toward diverse, motivated Boston professionals. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Revere Hotel, 200 Stuart St., Boston. Free.
Small business owners are invited to attend a session on how to use the holidays to boost profits and revamp marketing techniques. 4 to 7:30 p.m., East Boston Public Library, 365 Bremen St., Boston. Free.
The Irish drug maker, which has most of its operations in Massachusetts, rejected an offer that would have made Japan’s Takeda one of the biggest drug makers in the world.Continue reading »
The newest Silver Line bus route makes it debut on Saturday, providing a direct link from Chelsea to Seaport.Continue reading »
Many of the employees have worked for Partners for several years, or even decades.Continue reading »
The Northborough-based pizza chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday, citing seven years of sliding sales and revenue.Continue reading »
Though it’s generally not legally required, employers almost always agree to reimburse work-related travel expenses. If they didn’t, it would be harder to get employees to travel.Continue reading »
The number of delayed flights into and out of Logan airport increased substantially in the past week after one of the main runways was shut.Continue reading »
If tax season wasn’t aggravating enough, tens of thousands of Mass. residents also received these unnerving notices.Continue reading »
Despite advances in recent years, getting cars in and out of spaces is still a pretty inefficient business.Continue reading »
It’s quicker to pay upstairs at the Downtown Crossing Roche Bros. Market, but you may end up paying sales tax on items that, under the law, are simply not taxable.Continue reading »