Analyst: Sears 'Not Long For The Retail World'At one time, Sears was the largest retailer in the United States but times have changed.
Cambridge Startup Unleashes Powerful Tool For FarmersWith new drone technology, American farmers are learning reams of information about their crops.
North Reading Company Works To Prevent Prescription Drug CounterfeitingAround the world, 7 to 10 percent of all prescription drugs are counterfeit.
Maine Company Digitizes Millions Of Artifacts For Baseball Hall Of FameHistory IT is working to digitize more than three million artifacts at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Paying College Tuition With Credit Card Will Likely Cost YouIt’s tempting to put the tuition on your credit card, but that's likely to cost you.
Innovative Farming Technique Helps Company Beat Statewide DroughtOne farming sector is safe from the state wide drought that has taken its toll on traditional farming.
Drought Has Mass. Farms On 'Brink Of Collapse'Much of the state is in moderate to severe drought, lawns have gone brown and farmers are desperate to see it pour.
Cambridge Audio Company Attracts Attention From Hollywood, Venture CapitalistsFor a company that was essentially off the radar screen until the past couple of years, iZotope is now getting a lot of attention from Hollywood and venture capitalists.
Average Cost Of Wedding Hits $30,000A new survey found the couple and both sets of parents are helping to pay for weddings.
Scammers Taking Advantage Of New Chip Credit CardsCon artists are contacting cardholders under the guise of wanting to help.
Lowell Company Creates Weed Killing RobotFranklin Robotics says 'Tertill’ is the answer to your weeding problem and it never takes a day off.
Study: Power Of Money Is Limited In WorkplaceMoney talks, but can it motivate your boss? WBZ business reporter Jeff Brown finds the power of dollar bills are limited in the workplace.

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