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With new fund, Boston’s .406 Ventures drills down on AI, cybersecurity, and health care

Venture capitalist Liam Donohue has been in the business for three decades, but said this is the toughest market yet for raising an investment fund.

The rise and fall of Drizly, one of Boston’s great startup stories

The dream of building a great local consumer-tech brand that started in a Boston College dorm room would die in a California board room. Here's how it happened.

Biden admin providing $1.5 billion to GlobalFoundries to make computer chips in Vermont and New York

The announcement is the third award of direct financial support for a semiconductor company under the 2022 CHIPS and Science Act.

OpenAI deal lets employees sell shares at $86 billion valuation

OpenAI’s rising value comes more than a year after the company dazzled audiences with the debut of the AI chatbot ChatGPT.

A running list of layoffs in the Boston-area tech sector

Dozens of companies have reduced their workforces, ranging from the regional offices of the tech giants to startups that have only been in a business a few years.

DraftKings buys lottery app Jackpocket for $750 million

The Boston-based sports-betting giant also said Thursday that fourth-quarter sales grew to $1.23 billion, missing the $1.24 billion average of analysts’ estimates.

What EV slowdown? Electric transition still booming in Massachusetts.

With almost 64,000 passenger EVs on the roads to start 2024, the battery-powered sector made up 1.3 percent of all passenger vehicles in the state, according to RMV data.

Americans divided on TikTok ban even as Biden campaign joins the app, new poll shows

President Biden’s campaign is embracing TikTok to court younger voters ahead of the presidential elections, but US adults have mixed views about whether the video-sharing app should even operate in the country.