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What can the Fed do to solve social problems?

Mar 4, 2014
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is rolling up its sleeves to get closer to the community.
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OK, Boston, congrats. But who won the World Series of fans?

Oct 30, 2013
The Boston Red Sox defeated St. Louis on the field. But how much does it matter when baseball fans step up to the plate for their team?
Posted In: World Series, baseball, Boston Red Sox, Cardinals, St. Louis, boston
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How your cellphone could create an emergency telecom network

Jun 20, 2013
One of the hardest things to do in the wake of a disaster is communicate. Now researchers in Boston have a plan to address that with something called an ad-hoc network.
Posted In: boston, telecom, emergency
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Why many businesses skip 'terrorism insurance'

Apr 26, 2013
Four in ten businesses choose to skip extra insurance for acts of terrorism, why?
Posted In: insurance, terrorism, boston marathon, boston
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Can you trademark a rallying cry like 'Boston Strong'?

Apr 23, 2013
"Boston Strong" was a phrase that came out of the uprising of goodwill for the city after the Boston Marathon bombings. Now, some are trying to trademark it. Can it be done?
Posted In: boston, boston marathon, trademark
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We're watching you: Surveillance cameras are a hot ticket item, after Boston

Apr 23, 2013
After Boston, surveillance cameras are hot sellers, and it's not just businesses that are buying.
Posted In: security, surveillance, cameras, boston, boston marathon
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Boston manhunt ends, bombing suspect captured

Apr 19, 2013
WBUR's Curt Nickisch on the developments Friday night in Boston.
Posted In: boston, boston marathon
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How do you lock down a city like Boston and how much does it cost?

Apr 19, 2013
With a manhunt for bombing suspect, the city of Boston came to a standstill. A look into the mechanics of locking down a major metropolitan area and how much it costs.
Posted In: boston, lockdown, boston marathon
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During lockdown, a Watertown business stayed open, thanks to a tenacious CEO -- and the cloud

Apr 19, 2013
While most of the Boston area was on lockdown due to a manhunt for a Boston Marathon bombing suspect, one company, athenahealth, kept their doors open virtually.
Posted In: boston marathon, boston
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Giving to Boston's victims: How to choose a charity

Apr 19, 2013
As Americans look for ways to express their compassion over the tragedies that struck Boston and Texas this week, we have some tips for how to give to charities without being scammed.
Posted In: giving, Charity, boston

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