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State expects 'steady flow' of marijuana dispensaries after first two open

As customers flocked to the state's first two recreational marijuana dispensaries, regulators said they were hard at work getting another three up and running. During a meeting on Tuesday, the state…
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Gathering feedback: Tips on planning a successful meeting

When planning your next corporate gathering, remember the logistics, but don't forget what's really at stake: Your company's future.
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Thankful for Thanksgiving

International students attend a Thanksgiving lunch hosted by the Office of Global Services in the Curry Student Center Ballroom on November 20, 2018. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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Editorial: Mass. Congressional delegation must work to allow marijuana businesses to bank

With Democrats expected to take over the House in January, there are opportunities to ease the burden on banks and cannabis businesses alike in just the next few months.
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Mixed-income apartment tower proposed near Boston's Chinatown

The tower will include 54 studios, 18 one-bedroom units and 54 two-bedroom units.
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History made: This was the scene as marijuana sales officially started

A pair of transactions — one in Northampton, the other in Leicester — marked the first legal purchases of non-medical marijuana in the state.
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David's Bridal files for bankruptcy, says stores will remain open

David’s Bridal has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as part of a broader restructuring plan that the company said will allow it to continue operating without disruption. The Conshohocken, Pennsylvani…
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Meal kit startup Just Add Cooking shuts down

This story originally appeared on BostInno. Just Add Cooking, a five-year-old meal kit service sourcing ingredients from New England markets, ceased operations as of Monday, Nov. 5. “We’re so grate…
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Shire-Takeda deal gets conditional EU approval, heads to shareholders

European Union antitrust regulators have conditionally approved Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.'s $62 billion bid to acquire Shire plc, a deal that will likely create the largest life sciences employe…
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FDA approves ultra-rare disease drug from Waltham's Sobi

The new drug will bolster Sobi's plans for a U.S. market expansion, particularly in under-addressed childhood diseases.
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Six safety tips to avoid salmonella this Thanksgiving

You risk getting sick if you’ve already purchased a Thanksgiving turkey contaminated by salmonella but haven’t started to thaw the frozen bird, said Darin Detwiler, an assistant teaching professor of…
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Northeastern joins forces with Suffolk Construction to build the future of data

Northeastern’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business is forming a partnership with Suffolk Construction, a national contracting company, to develop data-based solutions to help businesses succeed.…
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'It's happening': Recreational marijuana sales begin in Massachusetts

The pamphlets at Northampton’s New England Treatment Access summarized Tuesday morning’s historic accomplishment in just two words: It’s happening. More than two years after Massachusetts voters le…
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Executive Pursuits: Holiday food, family, friends, and common ground

With all the political and economic anxiety in the world, conversations around the Thanksgiving table and other holiday get-togethers are bound to be a bit more intense. Here are some books on busine…
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Thanksgiving travel in Massachusetts: What you need to know

Thanksgiving is coming, and with it, some of the busiest travel days of the year in Massachusetts. State transportation officials are preparing with free coffee, enhanced public transportation optio…
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