New England Business
The ribbon has been cut and the music is underway at the new headquarters of Levant Power in Woburn.
It was a positive week in the markets. Anthony Silva has more in “This Week On Wall Street.”
There were signs of improvement in the markets this week, but the news was not all good.
Shares of Apple slid 1% Thursday, after Wednesday night’s sudden resignation of CEO Steve Jobs.
It’s comfort food, and Cheeseboy is filling the bill. The Boston-based company continues to expand, opening its fourth store at the Prudential Center Mall.
“It’s a relief.” – Those are the words of Stoneham Savings Bank CEO Don Fournier, after he signed an agreement to merge with Salem Five, one of the largest community banks in the state.
Hold on to your wallet. One of the biggest wireless carrier in New England is dropping one of its most popular data plans.
Social networking is one of the fastest growing segments on the internet, but an early-entry company in that space has officially been labeled a loser.
The spring home selling season is off to a slow start, according to new figures.
A new survey shows Boston’s commercial real estate market is showing some growth signs.