Kanye West's Boston Pop-Up Shop Draws Long LineThe store at 899 Boylston St. will stay open until Sunday at 6 p.m., or until they run out of things to sell.
CareerBuilder Survey Finds Unusual Approaches To Getting A JobDesperation can make people do crazy things--and a recent CareerBuilder survey found some of the bizarre lengths those desperate for a job will go to in order to get hired.
Scott Brown: Don't Count Donald Trump Out YetDonald Trump may be down in the polls, but former Sen. Scott Brown--no stranger himself to overcoming the odds in a political race--says voters shouldn't count the Republican presidential nominee out just yet.
Marblehead's Kayla Harrison Wins Second-Straight Olympic Judo GoldThere’s just no stopping Kayla Harrison.
Massachusetts Will Consider Moving Time Zones, Dropping Daylight Saving TimeA new commission will study the possibility of moving to the Atlantic time zone.
Uber Driver Charged With Raping 16-Year-Old Girl Held Without BailAn Uber driver accused of raping a 16-year-old girl collapsed and broke down during his arraignment Thursday as a judge read the charge against him.
Delta Airlines Computer System Failure Causes 'Large-Scale Cancellations'Delta Airlines was dealing with a system-wide computer failure that led to "large-scale cancellations" and grounded all of their flights across the country Monday morning.
MBTA Considering Layoffs To Help Close Huge Budget DeficitThe head of the MBTA said that all options are being considered to close a budget deficit--even layoffs.
Man Burns $900,000 Home To Keep It Away From Wife, Prosecutors SayA Swampscott man charged with torching his expensive home to keep it away from his soon-to-be ex-wife was ordered held without bail Monday.
No Deal Reached On Bill To Limit Non-Compete ClausesStart-up companies in Massachusetts have complained that it's tough to get qualified workers because they're tied up in non-compete agreements with bigger companies.
Lynn Baseball Team Gives Adults With Special Needs Employment OpportunitiesFor several years the Navigators front office has partnered with Bridgewell, paying special needs adults $10 an hour every home game to help clean Fraser Field.
Local Breweries Making Beer With Charles River Water For HUBweek CompetitionLove that dirty water? This September, you could taste a beer that's made from it.

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