Members of the banking and real estate industries gave back to their communities in several ways last week.
As small business owners compile their income tax returns, they may have an unpleasant surprise – some popular business deductions have disappeared or been reduced under the new tax law.
MassChallenge, a global network of zero-equity startup accelerators, has released its first ever cohort that will participate in the accelerator’s inaugural fintech program.
New hires join banks, engineering firms and real estate offices across the state.
The American Automobile Association has launched a new college loan counseling program meant to help students and parents from Massachusetts go through the financial aid application process.
In this week’s roundup of Community Good Works, banks, credit unions and insurance companies donated and sponsored events to benefit the Greater Boston community.
Rogers & Gray Insurance has opened a new office in Quincy, the company’s 10th location in the state.
Insurance agents in Massachusetts employed more than 9,000 full-time workers in 2017, paying out about $714 million in salaries and another $107 million in benefits, including health insurance and pension payments, a new survey found.
In this week’s community good works, credit unions collect and donate school supplies and funds to the greater Massachusetts community.
MassDevelopment has partnered with The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod to provide Outer Cape Health Services Inc. (OCHS), a federally qualified Cape Cod community health center, with loan financing to renovate a Harwich Port building into a state-of-the-art health care facility.
In this week’s roundup, banks, commercial real estate firms and insurance companies are welcoming new hires and promoting internally.
Accusations of sexual harassment in the workplace are on the rise in Massachusetts, but why now?
In this week’s roundup, a number of financial organizations and commercial real estate companies have been hiring.
Two financial companies have leased 10,000 square feet at Westborough Office Park, including a corporate headquarters relocation.
In response to allegations that Transamerica Premier Life Insurance Co. unsuccessfully supervised an agent who sold life insurance policies in Massachusetts without a license, the company will refund premiums and make a $19,647 payment to the commonwealth.
At its Silicon Valley headquarters, network gear maker Cisco Systems Inc. is going to unusual lengths to take control of the relentless increase in its U.S. health care costs.
A range of companies are announcing changes to personnel in this week’s roundup.
East Boston Savings Bank is moving into insurance.
Business leaders in Massachusetts say they want to reduce the number of unnecessary visits to hospital emergency rooms.
Two state lawmakers are calling for officials to shine a spotlight on a pending hospital merger that would create the state’s second-largest health care system.