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Fields Corner, a Vietnamese enclave, boasts locally owned businesses. But as development continues, rising costs threaten to displace residents. (Shelby Lum/Globe Staf)

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The New York Stock Exchange.

Stocks rally to records after grim jobs data undercuts rates

Stocks are rallying toward records on Wall Street Friday despite a grim report that showed hiring fell off sharply across the country last month.

A Help Wanted sign hangs in the window of a restaurant in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan in New York.

US economy added 266,000 jobs in April, fewer than expected as hiring slows

America’s employers added just 266,000 jobs last month, sharply lower than in March and a sign that some businesses are struggling to find enough workers as the economic recovery strengthens.

Eli Broad and his wife, Edythe Broad, in 2015.

Eli Broad’s medical research legacy will ‘touch almost the whole world’

Among scientists around the world, Broad’s name will forever be tied to the role that the institute he founded played in helping the region emerge from the global pandemic. But the billionaire philanthropist, contemporary art collector, and entrepreneur, who died April 30, will be remembered for much more.

Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel.

Moderna’s CEO says he ‘didn’t lose a minute of sleep’ over potential waiver of vaccine patents

Chief executive Stephane Bancel said there aren’t enough manufacturing sites or skilled workers in the world to rapidly ramp up the supply of messenger RNA vaccines.

A rendering of the outpatient surgery center that Mass General Brigham is planning to build in Westborough.

Mass General Brigham’s plan for surgical centers in suburbs stirs controversy

An ambitious expansion plan by Mass General Brigham for Westborough, Westwood, and Woburn has set off a fight about the future of outpatient health care in Massachusetts. Competitors worry that the already dominant health care provider could become even more powerful.

US Rep. Katherine Clark toured the Mighty Squirrel Brewing Co. in Waltham Thursday to discuss Small Business Administration stimulus funds.

Congresswoman Katherine Clark meets with small business owners about relief funds

Local business owners joined a roundtable in Waltham to discuss their experiences with federal relief programs. Meanwhile, the $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund began accepting applications this week.

Jasmine Lopez, a vaccine ambassador with Archipelago Strategies Group, answers questions for vaccine recipients at a mobile vaccine site in East Boston organized by Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.

Boston business leaders launch campaign to raise $10 million for Latino Equity Fund

Eastern Bank and State Street have each committed $1 million to address health and economic inequities in Latino communities in Massachusetts.

Deadline for Top Places to Work nominations is extended

Any company with 50 or more employees in Massachusetts — public, private, nonprofit, or government — is eligible to participate in the Globe’s annual Top Places to Work survey. You just have to sign up by June 18.