Lisa Van Der Pool
To remedy the crippling problem of underemployed young lawyers, law schools should become more like medical schools, according to a new report.
A CareerBuilder survey found that one in five people who work from home spend an hour or less actually working each day.
Independent alternative rock station 101.7 WFNX is being sold to Clear Channel, it was announced Wednesday and longtime DJ’s at the Boston station were told they were out of a job.
Facebook indicated its IPO may swell, giving the company a valuation over $100 billion if the highly anticipated IPO prices at the top of its new range.
At least seven mobile fashion boutiques have come forward looking for ways to legally do business on city streets, following an explosion in Boston food trucks.
The state’s housing recovery is proving especially kind to sellers of high-end homes.
Lines out the door of some shops are a daily occurrence, as customers — strapped for cash in a tough economy — turn their gold trinkets into cash.
About 300 Massachusetts jobs hang in the balance as Hostess negotiates its way out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to documents filed by the company with state labor officials.
One of the latest innovations hitting the Boston restaurant scene — a site that lets diners search for a restaurant based on its ambiance — hasn’t come from a local startup.
The good news for emerging job graduates is hiring is on the upswing.