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Walmart to stop selling all e-cigarettes at US stores, citing ‘regulatory complexity and uncertainty’

The retailer attributed its decision to ‘‘growing federal, state, and local regulatory complexity and uncertainty regarding e-cigarettes’.’

Wayfair says CEO’s comments about ‘non-political’ employees were ‘misinterpreted’

Niraj Shah was asked at an event what he looks for in job candidates, and he replied that one of the traits of a successful employee was “cultural fit,” according to the Boston Business Journal.

Doyle’s impending closing a sign of changing Jamaica Plain

For those who know Boston’s restaurant scene and Jamaica Plain’s red-hot real estate market, there’s a sense that the demise of Doyle’s was almost inevitable.

Larry Edelman

Boston Fed chief warns of risks from latest rate cuts

Eric Rosengren said Friday that he voted against cutting interest rates this week because the economy doesn’t need lower rates to keep growing.

Mass. General to begin ALS trials that test several drugs at once

Researchers hope it will speed the search for new treatments.

On The Street

$1.1b Hub on Causeway project is remaking a neighborhood

The $1.1 billion Hub on Causeway complex is going to transform the North Station area. Will it all be for the better?

On The Street

Newest food hall will focus on familiar local fare — just don’t call it a food court

How does Hub Hall, the latest addition to Boston’s roster of food halls, hope to distinguish itself?


Joe Kennedy makes push to change stock buybacks for public companies

Kennedy has cosponsored a number of other bills aimed at addressing income inequality since his first speech on moral capitalism. But a spokesman says this is the first time he’s taking the lead in the House on one of them.