New England Business

Harvard Square is seen July 30, 2009 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Cambridge Ranked 13th Best City For Retirement

Thinking about retirement? How about that retirement home? Your oasis may be closer than you think.



Survey Shows Employees Want To Make A Difference

Research from a local tech firm shows workers want to make an impact on the world.


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LPL Financial Fined $10M By Federal Regulators

One of the largest public companies in the state has been fined $10 million by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.


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ZappRx On Hiring Spree After Raising More Than $6M

The Boston-based start-up has developed software and an app that allows patients to quickly speed-up prescription services.


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Ginkgo BioWorks Finalizes $9M In Funding, Opens Foundry

One of Boston’s most unusual manufacturers is ramping up production after finalizing some $9 million in its first round of funding.


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Mohegan Sun Eyes Casino Close To Mass. Border

Casino competition could be heating up across state lines as Massachusetts moves closer to getting into the gambling game.


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New Bedford Standard-Times Editor Steps Down To Avoid Layoffs

The editor of the Standard-Times will take the hit himself.


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New Natural Gas Pipeline Planned Between Pennsylvania And New England

Kinder Morgan of Texas will officially announce a $5 billion plan on Monday to build a 425 mile pipeline from Pennsylvania shale fields to Dracut, Massachusetts, to bring much needed natural gas into New England.


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The Business Of Skiing: Three Elements To Succeed

Most ski resorts have been searching for good ideas to draw customers to their hills year-round.


Pump House Indoor Waterpark at Jay Peak. (Photo credit Jay Peak)

The Business Of Skiing: Attracting Overseas Investors

Some Vermont ski resorts are raising tens of millions of dollars from foreign investors to morph into four season resorts.