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Climate Activists Back State Real Estate Taxes and Borrowing

Climate Activists Back State Real Estate Taxes and Borrowing

The governor and House speaker each have a similar plan to provide $1 billion over 10 years to help cities and towns prepare for and adjust to climate change, though the speaker wants to borrow the money while the governor is proposing a specific tax increase to fund his program. At a hearing Monday, activists and lawmakers suggested a third option – how about doing both?

Personnel File

Members of the banking, legal and real estate industries were on the move in recent weeks. See who’s been hired and promoted in this week’s Personnel File.

A Robot Butler Will Serve You at This Seaport High-Rise

A Robot Butler Will Serve You at This Seaport High-Rise

Miami-based developer Crescent Heights bills NEMA Boston as the city’s “smartest” new address, loaded with high-tech perks such as algorithm-dispatched elevators, interior LTE antennas and convertible furniture by Boston-based startup Ori Inc.

DCU Settles Overdraft Fee Lawsuit

DCU Settles Overdraft Fee Lawsuit

Digital Federal Credit Union has settled a class action lawsuit that alleged the $8.5 billion asset credit union unjustly charged overdraft fees under a policy that was unclear.

Student Borrower Protections Get Hearing on Beacon Hill

Student Borrower Protections Get Hearing on Beacon Hill

Five states so far this year have passed new laws aimed at protecting student loan borrowers, with three more “steps away” from doing so and similar bills filed in a handful of others, including Massachusetts, according to a new report tying the heightened activity to a relaxing of federal oversight.