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Boston

Capital city of the state of Massachusetts, United States

Boston is the capital city of the state of Massachusetts in the United States. It was founded in 1630.

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Sean Philip Cotter
January 22, 2020
Boston Herald
Airbnb announced a big haul in Massachusetts last year, with local hosts pulling in hundreds of millions of dollars through the short-term rental company -- though the suburbs are following Boston's lead in regulating the expanding market. Quincy, Milton, Brookline, Revere and Everett are each considering regulations on short-term rentals, which would nearly complete a [...]
Jonathan Shieber
January 22, 2020
TechCrunch
Advances in biology, biochemistry, sensors and automation have the potential to reshape the ways manufacturing in America is done and a relatively new firm called Anzu Partners has just raised $190 million to invest in companies turning these scientific achievements into new products and services. Far from Silicon Valley, Anzu is investing in technology companies [...]
Miriam Schwartz
January 17, 2020
Boston Herald
There's a bit of a commotion happening at 2 Beaver St., on the Flat of Beacon Hill. But that's what happens when a home hits the market with a stellar location, iconic architecture and the first chance to own it since the late 1960s -- a Boston real estate trifecta. Add some "starchitect" power and [...]
Rick Sobey
January 15, 2020
Boston Herald
Click here to read more on how Boston's WBZ Newsradio 1030 reportedly cut ties with longtime radio personalities on Wednesday amid an onslaught of iHeartMedia layoffs across the country, a day after 1030's parent company announced a "technology transformation and new organizational structure."
Erin Tiernan
January 14, 2020
Boston Herald
A rallying cry to bring back rent control echoed through the halls and from the steps of the State House as hundreds of tenants lobbied lawmakers to do something about against rising rents, but its a measure some claim would be a "cold shower" for much-needed housing production.
Annie Musgrove
January 15, 2020
Tech.eu
Anyline, an Austrian provider of Optical Character Recognition (OCR), has raised $12 million in Series A funding, led by Berlin-based Project A, supported by existing investors such as Johann 'Hansi' Hansmann, Senovo, and the Gernot Langes-Swarovski Foundation. The funding will help the business double its headcount and open an office in Boston. The Vienna-based startup ...
Adam Vaughan
January 3, 2020
New Scientist
A study of 3700 people suggests that exposure to air pollution is linked to lower bone mineral content. This may make people more likely to develop osteoporosis
Alex Wilhelm
December 31, 2019
TechCrunch
Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. Today, the last day of 2019, we're taking a second look at Boston. Regular readers of this column will recall that we recently took a peek at Boston's startup ecosystem, and that we compiled a [...]
Miriam Schwartz
December 21, 2019
Boston Herald
Even by Swampscott's decidedly posh standards, the massive contemporary compound at 45 Littles Point Road is jaw-dropping. Architecturally, the home would fit in just as nicely on a beach in Malibu -- but it's here, built on a rocky promontory by the multiple American Institute of Architects National Honor Award honorees at Schwartz/Silver Architects. Based [...]
Press Trust of India
December 20, 2019
@bsindia
Read more about Citizenship Act: Indian-Americans, students protest in Chicago, Boston on Business Standard. "We are outraged by the violence and actively condemn the brutality inflicted upon students at Jamia Milia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)," said the Indian students in Chicago.
Erin Tiernan
December 16, 2019
Boston Herald
Mayor Martin Walsh offered his signature on a landmark home-rule petition that would allow Boston to leverage a tax on high-end real estate sales to help fund affordable housing, but its a tax critics say "penalizes" the investors who have helped to usher in a new era of economic prosperity in Boston.
Olivia Singh
December 16, 2019
Business Insider
In one selfie shared on Instagram, Chalamet, director Greta Gerwig, Florence Pugh, and Streep posed with the fast food while in their costumes.
Alexi Cohan
December 13, 2019
Boston Herald
Boston will take center stage next year as the city is set to host the 111th annual National Association for the Advancement of Colored People National Convention.
December 6, 2019
WebWire
Sydney McLaughlin and Emma Coburn will return to the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, the opening leg of the 2020 World Athletics Indoor Tour, in Boston on 25 January. McLauglin, who'll be returning to the meeting for the third time, is coming off a stellar first season in the professional ranks that saw her win the silver medal over 400m hurdles and gold in the 4x400m relay at the World Athletics Championships Doha 2019. McLaughlin also won the Diamond League title and ended the season wi...
Alex Baker-Whitcomb
December 4, 2019
Wired
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Paris Martineau
December 4, 2019
Wired
The home sharing service is adopting a more conciliatory tone with local regulators ahead of an expected initial public offering next year.
Tom Acitelli
December 3, 2019
www.nytimes.com
As more suburbanites move downtown, developers are seeking new land for housing and offices, creating opportunities for owners of empty parking lots.
Sean Philip Cotter
November 29, 2019
Boston Herald
Increasing numbers of people are trying to get their short-term-rental units approved, but more than half continue to be rejected, Boston says as Sunday's deadline looms.
Miriam Schwartz
November 28, 2019
Boston Herald
The history of Waitt & Bond, at one point one of the largest cigar manufacturers in the United States, is reflective of moments in American history. It's the story of labor organizing, strikes and machine automation. While the company shuttered its production after many evolutions, it left behind a lovely turn-of-the-century brick factory building at [...]
Jon Brodkin
November 21, 2019
Ars Technica
Verizon maps show small pockets of 5G, and 4G everywhere else.
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