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Fields Corner, a Vietnamese enclave, boasts locally owned businesses. But as development continues, rising costs threaten to displace residents. (Shelby Lum/Globe Staf)

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Isabel Miranda drank coffee in the rental apartment where she lives with her partner and two sons, in Haverhill. A federal judge late Wednesday said she would impose a temporary administrative stay on her own ruling that the Centers for Disease Control exceeded its authority when it imposed a federal eviction moratorium during the pandemic.

US eviction moratorium reinstated while judge considers case

Judge Dabney Friedrich said she would impose a temporary administrative stay on her own ruling “to give the court time to consider the merits” of the arguments on both sides.

French fishing vessels protested at the port of Saint Helier on the UK island of Jersey in the English Channel on Thursday.

France sends patrol boats as fishing tensions flare with UK

The irate mariners set off flares and entered Jersey's main harbor, in the first major dispute between France and Britain over fishing rights in the wake of Brexit.

David Swensen, chief investment officer of the Yale University Investments Office, speaks at the John C. Bogle Legacy Forum in New York.

Yale endowment chief David Swensen dies at 67

David Swensen, the chief investment officer at Yale University who helped revolutionize how college endowments are managed, has died.

Fitness tech company Whoop is leasing 121,000 square feet in a new building under construction in Kenmore Square.

Fast-growing tech firm Whoop signs big lease in Kenmore

The deal is a sign that Boston’s office market is beginning to perk up from its pandemic doldrums, which have brought vacancy rates to their highest level in a decade. Whoop’s lease is one of the biggest expansions signed in the city since COVID-19 hit last spring.

A rendering of the 25-story tower — mostly dorm space, with classrooms on the lower floors — that Northeastern would co-develop with private student housing builder American Campus Communities.

Northeastern’s plan for a 25-story dorm on the edge of Roxbury poses a test for Janey

When Northeastern filed plans in 2019 to build a massive dormitory at Columbus Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard, Kim Janey was not a fan of the proposal. Now she runs the city as acting mayor, and the school’s plans for its dorm are about to land on her desk.

Dyno Therapeutics chief executive Eric Kelsic.

Dyno raises $100 million to bring artificial intelligence to gene therapy

Cambridge-based Dyno remained in stealth mode until March 2020, then quickly made a splashy debut, inking deals with Novartis, Sarepta, and Roche.

Mother’s Day can be hard. These companies want to make it easier

They’re allowing customers to opt out of e-mails promoting a holiday that stirs grief and stress for some.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch game console became a hit during the pandemic.

Animal Crossing among four inductees to Video Game Hall of Fame

The World Video Game Hall of Fame Thursday inducted the groundbreaking Microsoft Flight Simulator, franchise-inspiring Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, award-winning StarCraft and Animal Crossing, whose popularity has surged during the pandemic.