Everett’s big win landing the Encore Boston Harbor casino promises to be a gift that will keep on giving for many years to come, with the resort set to become a player in the competition to host corporate meetings and conventions.
Robots are replacing jobs we didn’t know we needed.
The Trump administration has decided the country’s 800,000 “Dreamers” – undocumented immigrants brought here as children but who have grown up here – are no longer eligible for federally insured mortgages, causing consternation and confusion among mortgage lenders.
Millennium Partners’ latest project in Boston’s Seaport District is back, minus the gondola. Thank heaven for that.
While most people vacation during the summertime, right now is the best time of year to recruit some of the most dependable and profitable real estate agents you can hire. Who are those people? Teachers.
It’s the rare company that has not donated financially toward a community project, but the positive impact a local business can make by contributing in other ways can extend far beyond the occasional novelty check.
Will the MBTA be reliable enough in its dysfunction to carry a popular Boston city councilor to victory over Mayor Marty Walsh?
If housing instability or a lack of a service-rich environment drives overutilization of the health care system, health care providers should be able to write a prescription for an affordable home, equipped with supportive resident services.
Sellers who can’t decide whether to move into their next homes while their current ones remain unsold should consider this: According to a new analysis, empty houses remain on the market longer, and sell for less, than those that are still occupied.
If a high school headmaster can be chosen to lead a prominent community bank, Massachusetts companies have few excuses for not having a better record on workplace diversity.
Addressing climate change through mitigation and adaptation will require massive amounts of funding and collaboration between federal, state, local, private and philanthropic entities.
There are new rules in the senior staff meeting when UniBank’s new leader arrives.
The recent opening of the Treadmark development represents a major milestone in the continued transformation of Boston’s Ashmont/Peabody Square, an effort that has been in the works since the late 1990s.
Instead of locals, outsiders like billionaire hedge fund king John Henry and Las Vegas icon Wynn Resorts were the ones who won out in knock-down fights for two of the most transformative deals in the history of Greater Boston, and we’re better off for it.
Congratulations to Beverly Fulkerson of Osgood, Indiana, who was the winner of a Montana mountain retreat in this year’s HGTV Dream Home Giveaway. Here’s hoping she gets to keep the place.
While we have made some progress in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, more must be done across sectors to adapt and to prepare for the impacts of climate change. Fortunately, our most powerful elected officials are already rising to the occasion.
A new poll shows state leaders need to offer a vision of a future transit system around which they can rally the public as they try to sell increases on taxes and fees for public transit.
Industrial development is ramping up to the highest levels seen in the current real estate cycle, driven by a group of large speculative projects designed to satisfy shifting shopping patterns and the Massachusetts building industry’s demand for storage space.
A carefully engineered plan has allowed 368 rental apartments and 55 for-sale condominiums to rise skyward on a tiny footprint – all while keeping the garage which shares its building site operating.
Last week, Google announced to some acclaim it would spend $1 billion to build 15,000 market-rate and 5,000 affordable homes in the housing-starved San Francisco Bay area. Before any like-minded Massachusetts actors get a similar idea, we suggest a better use of that money would be helping efforts to modernize our mass transit and suburban zoning laws.