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Hollywood actors and studios, resuming talks, plan to meet again Wednesday

Negotiations between striking Hollywood actors and entertainment companies ended Monday with the sides jointly announcing a return to talks Wednesday.

Trump seethes through the start of trial in New York lawsuit accusing him of lying about his wealth

The state’s lawsuit accuses Donald Trump and his company of deceiving banks, insurers, and others by misstating his wealth for years in financial statements.

Boston Fed’s second-in-command will retire after four decades with the Federal Reserve

Kenneth C. Montgomery, the Boston Fed’s first vice president and chief operating officer, most recently led the development and launch in July of the FedNow Service, a real-time national payments system.


Boston Foundation’s Brunson leads charge on tackling racial homeownership gap

Bold Types is our weekly roundup of the movers and shakers on Boston's business scene.

Boston takes its case for more liquor licenses to Beacon Hill

The city is aiming to add 250 licenses over five years — a 25 percent expansion — dedicated to neighborhoods where sit-down restaurants and bars are sparse.

Microsoft CEO testifies that Google’s power in search is ubiquitous

Satya Nadella laid out how Microsoft could not overcome Google’s use of multibillion-dollar deals to be the default search engine on smartphones and web browsers.


N.H. man convicted of running unlicensed bitcoin business gets 8-year prison sentence

A federal judge has sentenced libertarian activist and radio show host Ian Freeman to eight years in prison for running an unlicensed bitcoin exchange business and fined him at least $40,000

The promise of biotech jobs is coming to Boston’s neighborhoods

Bioversity, a new training center under construction in Dorchester, last week hosted residents and job seekers at its future site.