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Companies that are looking to grow through referrals are invited to a networking session. Only one person from a profession is invited to attend, to eliminate competition, according to the event page. Friday, 7 to 8:30 a.m., 112 Paris St., Boston. Free.
Women in business are invited to attend an informal workshop on best practices to prepare professionally for the upcoming year. Share goals, discuss the past year, and create New Year’s Day resolutions with other women. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Workbar, 711 Atlantic Ave., Boston. Free.
Learn the basics on HTML and CSS, two fundamental coding languages for building a website. Attendees will learn Web-development skills and walk away with their own Web page. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., General Assembly, 125 Summer St., Boston. $250.
Amazon reported the number for the first time under a new requirement that companies disclose the gap between pay for the rank-and-file and the person in the corner office.Continue reading »
The Northborough-based pizza chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday, citing seven years of sliding sales and revenue.Continue reading »
Janelle Chan, who was chief of real estate at the T, will be overseeing the state’s affordable housing programs, community service, and assistance for homeless people.Continue reading »
It’s taken several years, but Natick is finally getting its own Wegmans supermarket this month.Continue reading »
The store has a well-known tradition of classic style. But nearby retailers say ongoing construction in Harvard Square has decreased their revenue.Continue reading »
The ABCC ruling is the latest setback to the state’s efforts to crack down on inducements in the beer industry.Continue reading »
The board of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau failed to include a single person of color on its shortlist for a new top executive.Continue reading »
New research suggests prejudices may form at a much earlier age, but it also offers hope that biases can be unlearned.Continue reading »
The Marshalls store at 500 Boylston Street will close in early June after operating for more than 20 years in the Back Bay.Continue reading »