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Prosecutors say Sam Bankman-Fried’s arguments to dismiss cryptocurrency charges are meritless
Bankman-Fried has pleaded not guilty to charges that he cheated investors and looted customer deposits on FTX to make lavish real estate purchases, donate money to politicians, and make risky trades at his cryptocurrency hedge fund trading firm.
Massachusetts must take charge of its narrative
If you like a state with high housing prices, a crumbling public transit system, barren downtown neighborhoods, and a new tax on income above $1 million, we are the place for you.
Carmakers ask judge to block Mass. right-to-repair law, which could be enforced on June 1
The statute requires that automakers who sell cars here provide consumers and independent repair shops with wireless access to the car’s “telematics” — digital information needed to diagnose the vehicle’s performance.
Mass. ban on phone use while driving isn’t working, new data show
A Cambridge firm that collects digital data from millions of cars says that Mass. drivers spent 28 percent more time handling their phones behind the wheel in 2022 than they did in 2020.
We asked AI to plan the perfect Boston day. Here’s where it took us.
A new artificial intelligence-powered website, Forgemytrip, is designed to build customized travel itineraries. So we put it to the test.
Mark Zuckerberg unveils ‘scrappier’ future at Meta after layoffs
Meta chief executive Mark Zuckerberg attempted to rally the troops on Thursday, following multiple rounds of layoffs that have decimated the social media giant's workforce.
Burlington 3-D printing company merging with Minnesota rival
The companies said the merger would combine Stratasys’s mostly plastic-focused 3-D printing technology with Desktop Metal’s focus on other materials including metals, composites, and wood.
Analog Devices forecasts second half slowdown
The Wilmington company, which supplies chips for everything from smartwatches to cars, said revenue for its upcoming fiscal third quarter would be around $3.1 billion, less than the average analyst estimate of $3.2 billion.