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A computer with total recall. What could go wrong?

Microsoft unveiled a new kind of PC that records your digital activities and helps you find files and pictures on demand. Critics freaked.

Massachusetts moves to add more EV charging on highways, but not from Tesla

The state on Friday named three companies to start building dozens of federally subsidized EV charging stations along major highways. Tesla isn't one of them.

Kabosu, Shiba Inu who helped define the Doge meme, dies at 18

In the animal hall of fame, Kabosu’s sudden rise from ordinary dog to global meme could only be described as “amaze.”

Boeing working with union, FAA to review employee safety reports

Boeing said it’s teaming up with its largest labor union and the Federal Aviation Administration to review safety issues reported by employees, part of a broader effort to address concerns about the company’s safety culture.

‘Part of the further fracturing of American society’: GBH’s suspension of ‘Basic Black’ seen as troubling media trend

GBH suspended the TV program on Wednesday as part of cost-cutting measures. Longtime viewers and contributors worry that its audience won’t be able to find the type of programming anywhere else.


Workhuman expands in Framingham

Stories you may have missed from the world of business.

Nvidia’s stock market value is up $1 trillion in 2024

The chipmaker has seen soaring demand for its semiconductors, which are used to power artificial intelligence applications.

TikTok says it removed an influence campaign originating in China

The company said that it had taken down thousands of accounts that belonged to 15 covert influence operations in the first four months of this year, including the second largest such network detected from China.

Cape Cod mansion owned by Harry Connick Jr. hits market for $12.5 million

The Grammy-winning singer’s Chatham vacation home sits on a bluff offering panoramic views of Oyster Pond and includes a swimming pool, private dock, and boathouse.

A big new Trader Joe’s — selling alcohol — debuts in the Back Bay

The new 16,500-square-foot store at 500 Boylston Street sells beer, wine, and liquor — an edge over the other, much smaller Trader Joe's location about a half mile away.

NOAA predicting ‘extraordinary’ Atlantic hurricane season. Up to 13 hurricanes forecast.

Of those storms, NOAA is also forecasting 8 to 13 hurricanes, 4 to 7 of which will strengthen into major hurricanes.

Justice Department sues Ticketmaster and Live Nation, alleging illegal monopoly on live events drives up prices for fans

The lawsuit was being brought with 30 state and district attorneys general and seeks to break up the monopoly they say is squeezing out smaller promoters and hurting artists.

US applications for jobless benefits fall as labor market continues to thrive

Massachusetts reported 4,595 “advance” initial claims for unemployment insurance last week.

Fatal opioid overdoses tied to workplace injuries, state study finds

Working-age Massachusetts residents who died were more likely to have died of opioid-related overdoses if they had previously been hurt on the job.


Where to eat and drink on Wickenden Street in Providence

From gourmet pizzas to one of the state’s only Uyghur restaurants, these places to eat along Wickenden Street are worth a visit.


Priced out: How Boston’s broken liquor license system drives chefs from the city

A stubbornly high price tag for serving alcohol hurts thousands of hospitality workers, aspiring restauranteurs, and the city itself.