Boston Business Journal

Keller @ Large: Gaming Commission Racking Up Big BillsCostly airfares, luxury hotels and expensive meals out on the town; the cost of the state's Gaming Commission is adding up.
Kerry, Brown Want Cranberry Juice Excluded From Sugary Drink BanSenators John Kerry and Scott Brown are looking to keep cranberry juice cocktails from being added to a list of sugary drinks that may soon be banned from public schools because of a campaign to reduce childhood obesity.
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Boston-Based Company To Sell Healthy CandyCandy tastes great, but it's not all that good for you. One local entrepreneur wants to change that.
Will MBTA Sell Naming Rights To Stations To Raise Ad Revenue?The MBTA is also currently reviewing whether or not to sell naming rights to MBTA stations, spokesperson Lydia Rivera said.
Open Job At Boston Law Firm Pays Just $10,000 Per YearWould you take on a job at a law firm for just $10,000 per year?
Williams College Tops List Of Most Expensive Schools In Mass.Just two Massachusetts private colleges charge less than $40,000 in annual undergraduate tuition and fees, according to Boston Business Journal research.
Corporate Advertisers Sticking With Red Sox Despite Early Season StrugglesThe Boston Red Sox could be called the Teflon baseball team, at least in terms of corporate sponsorships.
Local Tourism Industry Poised For Strong SummerThe state’s multibillion-dollar tourism industry is poised for a strong summer, if recent data and interviews with industry executives are any indication.
City Councilor Wants To Ban New Banks On Charles StreetIf Boston City Councilor Michael Ross gets his way, there won’t be any more banks on Charles Street.
Report: Law School Should Be More Like Medical SchoolTo remedy the crippling problem of underemployed young lawyers, law schools should become more like medical schools, according to a new report.
Some Telecommuters Don't Really Do Their Work?A CareerBuilder survey found that one in five people who work from home spend an hour or less actually working each day.