New England Business
The largest provider of domain names in the country is buying a Boston company that specializes in the domain name aftermarket.
Massachusetts home sales in July reached their highest monthly level in 7 years. Sales of single family homes were up 20% from the same time last year.
The Bruins look to punch their ticket to the Stanley Cup Finals with a win tonight over the Penguins, and the B’s are giving a huge boost to Boston businesses.
Pat Garrett, a personal trainer in Derry, was working the day of the Boston Marathon. In the middle of the afternoon, he saw there had been a flurry of calls to his cell phone, which he said is kind of unusual. Garrett said he finally picked up the phone, and saw a message from his daughter that caught his attention.
Bedford-based iRobot has announced a roll out plan with seven hospitals in the United States and Mexico
Businesses large and small have reacted to the Boston Marathon bombings, but for the owner of Bagel Land in Winchester, this is personal, very personal.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino says Wegmans plans to open a supermarket in the city’s Fenway neighborhood.
After years of falling sales, closing restaurants and bankruptcy, Friendly’s of Wilbraham is re-launching its iconic brand, which goes back almost 80 years.
Looking to secure a spot in the lives of future generations, Friendly’s is undergoing a transformation and inviting guests back to try them out starting Monday.
A better than expected December unemployment report, the fiscal cliff, and a small drop in Apple all had investors’ attention this week. Dave Caruso from Coastal Capital in Danvers reviews This Week on Wall Street with WBZ’s Anthony Silva.