Yogurt Companies Scrambling To Stop Sliding SalesYogurt sales are in a multiyear slump in the U.S. and companies are scrambling to reverse the trend.
How Boston's Seaport Transformed From 'Commercial Wasteland' To Bustling DistrictThe changes in Boston's Seaport District seemed to happen overnight, according to residents.
MIT Dog-Like Robots Do Backflips And Play SoccerOn a recent fall day at MIT, a group of players kicked around a soccer ball on the school's Killian Court lawn. They ran around and jumped in piles of leaves. They even did backflips. But these weren't students, they were cheetahs. Mini cheetahs, actually. Oh, and they're robots.
Old Navy's Future Is In DoubtSales at Old Navy stores have slipped.
Sears, Kmart Stores In Massachusetts And New Hampshire On Latest Closing ListNinety-six Sears and Kmart stores across the country are closing, including multiple local locations.
'National Cash Back Day' Offers Incentives For Online ShoppersShop online and get cash back on Thursday.
4-Day Work Week Increased Productivity 40% In Microsoft Trial RunA growing number of smaller companies are adopting a four-day work week. Now the results of a recent trial at Microsoft suggest it could work even for the biggest businesses.
NBA Adds Boston-Based DraftKings As Official Sports Betting OperatorThe NBA has agreed to a multiyear deal making DraftKings an official sports betting operator.
Massachusetts Invests Nearly $1M To Improve Local Cranberry BogsMassachusetts cranberry growers are getting assistance to help overhaul their bogs.
Fitbit To Be Acquired By Google In $2.1 Billion DealThe wearable market is growing quickly.
Recreational Pot Shop To Open In LynnA new recreational pot shop on the North Shore is about the open its doors, but neighbors are concerned about traffic.