A private equity fund that specializes in acquisitions of hotels and resorts has bought Cambridge’s Hyatt Regency Hotel for $226.3 million.
The National Association of Realtors’ board on Tuesday voted on a measure intended to crack down on the practice of “pocket listings,” where a real estate agent declines to list a sale on a multiple listings service, and instead markets the sale within a separate, informal network of brokers or others.
With a vote possible in the House next week on a transportation revenue bill, the details of such a package remain in development and its possible components include measures dealing with the gas tax and ride-share fees.
Three developers involved in large commercial projects in Boston and Cambridge are in the running to partner with Harvard University on its Enterprise Research Campus in Allston.
Dozens of Boston-area municipal leaders on Wednesday endorsed new or expanded transportation revenue options, including a 15-cent increase in the state’s 24-cent per gallon gas tax, as House lawmakers approach a vote on the topic.
Middlesex Savings Bank’s private charitable foundation has awarded more than $700,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations in eastern and central Massachusetts.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the Fed is likely to keep its benchmark short-term interest rate unchanged in the coming months, unless the economy slows enough to cause policymakers to make a “material reassessment” of their outlook.
Confidence among employers in Massachusetts continued its up-and-down trajectory in October, when the business community felt more optimistic about things.
A new report from Boston Common Asset Management finds that, while risk assessment tools and green banking industry initiatives have expanded in recent years, more changes are needed within the financial industry to manage climate-related risks.
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