People’s United Bank is growing its team and bolstering its commercial banking capabilities in Boston.
After raising $20 million in a series B round, the United Kingdom fintech firm Salary Finance has chosen Boston for its international headquarters.
When President Donald Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act late last year, it created the most significant changes the U.S. federal income tax laws have seen in over three decades.
The U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced earlier this month that it would begin accepting applications for national bank charters from fintech companies, a move that will likely streamline the regulatory process for pioneers in the banking space.
Digital Federal Credit Union, or DCU, has opened its new operations center in Chelmsford. The 129,000-square-foot office building is located at 297 Billerica Rd.
Short-term housing units rented through websites like Airbnb could be taxed at almost 17.5 percent in cities like Boston and Massachusetts would become the first state in the country to maintain a central registry under compromise legislation agreed to Sunday night by House and Senate negotiators.
Credit report data including credit scores, debt collection rates and other measures of financial health reveals large disparities and vast economic imbalances between different neighborhoods in Boston and cities in Massachusetts.
Consumer website WalletHub has quantified what local buyers and their Realtors already know: it’s really hard to buy a home in the Greater Boston area.
Brockton-based HarborOne Bank is expanding into Boston.
A Boston man was sentenced last week in federal court in Boston for robbing five banks in 2017.
A mortgage loan officer was sentenced last week in federal court in Boston in connection with a sweeping conspiracy to defraud banks and mortgage companies by engaging in sham short sales of residential properties in Merrimack Valley.
More than 3,000 hotel rooms are under construction in the city of Boston, a sign of robust demand from the tourist crowd and business travelers alike.
Don’t let the new skyscrapers and booming economy fool you – Boston is not a world-class city, and if the region’s residents and elected officials don’t get their acts together, it never will be.
Alexa once again fails to be helpful.
Droves of small business owners in Boston are planning to beef up their business in the coming years.
Boston could see rents increase 1.4 percent if Amazon selects the city for its second headquarters, according to a new report from Zillow.
The Provident Bank is expanding its business banking services into Boston, the bank announced yesterday.
Boston has been ranked as the fifth most expensive city to start a business in, with a new company needing just shy of $390,000 to launch, according to a new study by HowMuch.net.
JPMorgan Chase has received permission to open three de novo branches, two in Boston and one in Brookline, according to a filing this morning from the Massachusetts Division of Banks.
The MBTA is an underappreciated asset in metropolitan Boston. Certainly on some days – especially in the winter – it can be challenging to argue this point, but on the whole, the MBTA generates enormous benefits to both residents and businesses in this region.