Incidents of fraud and scams are occurring more and more often on the popular peer-to-peer payment service Zelle, according to a report issued Monday by the office of Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
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An advisory group backed plans for a major commercial development that would tap into Boston’s life science boom and create an estimated 2,700 jobs in one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods.
The new owners of a Burlington office building received $87 million to convert the property into 175,000 square feet of life science space.
A 20-acre parcel in Woburn has been acquired for $23.4 million by San Diego multifamily developer, airfield Residential following approval of its plans for a 425-unit apartment complex.
Credit union consolidation continues in Massachusetts with two Southcoast credit unions planning to merge.
Most of the roughly 50 Venezuelan migrants who were flown to Martha’s Vineyard last month at the behest of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are still being lodged at Joint Base Cape Cod.
Single-vehicle commuters to the life science REIT’s big, new Watertown Mall redevelopment would be capped at 60 percent if plans are successful.
The share of flips among second-quarter home sales was up in Greater Boston, according to a new report, but flippers’ return on investment was down significantly over 2021.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
A majority of housing economists expect the nation’s housing market to swing “firmly” in buyers’ favor before the end of 2023.
Developers of the South Station tower have named Ritz-Carlton as the residential brand for 166 luxury condominiums and announced the selection of their interior designer and brokerage.
The U.S. Small Business Association is coming under fire from its own inspector general for not collecting on smaller Paycheck Protection Program loans that were in default due to the costs involved.
Were you hoping that enjoying a cup of coffee and perhaps a slice of pie inside a former Orange Line train might exorcise all those memories of inexplicable delays and unidentifiable odors? You’re probably out of luck.
Booms and busts are a natural part of capitalism, but there’s something rather perverse about this particular bust.
A big bump in commuter rail ridership shows what’s possible with a better-resourced MBTA and a regional rail system ready to support more transit-oriented housing construction.
Anyone who has experienced a buyer’s market with few transactions and plunging prices is familiar with the concept of “chasing the market down.” Here’s how to help your sellers from making that terrible mistake.
It’s OK that you’re getting laid off. You’re saving the economy from inflation.
A massive fire devastated Chelsea for the second time in its history 49 years ago this month. What followed was an investment boom still paying dividends today.
A federal watchdog agency is raising flags about how a consolidation of government agencies offices could boost local economies as work-from-home reduces office requirements.
Mike Leyba helps lead City Life Vida Urbana, the most vocal and prominent of Greater Boston’s tenant advocacy groups, a position that makes him a powerful voice in Boston’s debate over rent stabilization policies.