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Abbey Group Positioning Boston Flower Exchange Site For Mixed-Use Development

Boston-based developer Abbey Group wants to reposition the 5.6-acre Boston Flower Exchange parcel as a Kendall Square-like hub of tech employment along with residential units. Executives gave an outline of their plans for the South End property that they’ve agreed to buy from the wholesaler. The c...

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Citigroup To Pay $425M Over Attempted Benchmark Manipulation

Citigroup Inc. has agreed to pay $425 million to resolve civil charges by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission it tried to manipulate foreign exchange and interest rate benchmarks, the latest settlement in ongoing international probes of global banks. Citigroup affiliates were also charged wit...

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Baker, Legislative Leaders Unveil Health Care Pricing Plan

Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and top legislative Democrats have unveiled a plan they hope will avoid a battle over a health care pricing ballot question. The bill unveiled Wednesday includes a new $45 million Community Hospital Reinvestment Trust Fund. The Campaign for Fair Care, which is pushing t...

In the photo, left to right: Glenn MacInnes, CFO; Joe Savage, Executive Vice Chairman; Sumakshi Vali, Region Manager, Community Banking; Bill Lionhood, Market Manager; Nitin Mhatre, Executive Vice President, Community Banking; David Miree, Executive Vice President, Director of Consumer Deposits and WIS; Jim Smith, Chairman and CEO; John Ciulla, President; Dawn Morris, Chief Marketing Officer.

Webster Bank Cuts Ribbon On 17 New Boston Branches

Webster Bank officially cut the ribbon at all 17 of its new Boston locations yesterday morning. Speaking before a small crowd at the bank’s Harvard Square location, Chairman and CEO James C. Smith joked, “I’m getting a little nervous because already six or seven Webster bankers have told me th...

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Shipwreck Unearthed At 121 Seaport Building Site

Construction crews unearthed the remains of a 19th-century shipwreck buried beneath the 121 Seaport building site in Boston, prompting an impromptu archaeological dig in the heart of the neighborhood’s bustling building activity. City archaeologist Joe Bagley told WBZ-TV that it’s believed to be...


Albany Road Buys New Hampshire Complex With $43.7M Citizens Loan

Albany Road Real Estate Partners recently purchased a 300,000-square-foot complex in New Hampshire that included tenants like Timberland and Liberty Mutual. Citizens Bank financed the deal with a $43.7 million loan. The two-building property is located at 100 and 200 Domain Drive in Exeter and Stratham. Albany Road Real Estate Partners owns and man...

OCA Launches Data Breach Notification Portal

The state’s Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation is hoping to make it easier for businesses and individuals to notify state regulators in the event of a data breach. The OCA today announced it was rolling out an electronic data breach submission portal that should simplify at least some of the notification process when...

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Clark To Succeed Hollen At CO-OP FS

CO-OP Financial Services announced this week that it recently appointed Todd Clark to succeed retiring president and CEO Stan Hollen late in June. “We are confident Todd will build upon the strong growth and accomplishments of Stan over the past 11 years. Todd’s extensive experience will benefit and serve credit unions well for many years...


 

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If a seven-space parking lot on the fringes of the North End doesn’t sound like a hotel development site, then you haven’t been paying close attention to Boston’s seemingly inexhaustible commerc...

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As we’re all aware – and as the Estately graphic that went around yesterday makes abundantly clear – rent in and around Boston is rapidly rising out of the reach of most would-be city-dwellers...