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Bold Types | With SparkCharge, Josh Aviv is providing electric vehicle charging on-demand
Aviv is the founder and chief executive of Somerville-based SparkCharge, the world’s first mobile on-demand EV charging network. (Producer & Editor: Anush Elbakyan, Producer & Reporter: Janelle Nanos, Camera & Editing: Chaney Carlson-Bullock Mikayla Litevich)

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Apple and Google app stores get thumbs down from White House

President Joe Biden is convening his competition council for an update on efforts to promote competition and lower prices.

Powell likely to stress Fed’s inflation fight far from over

With financial markets anticipating that the Fed will stop raising rates soon and possibly even cut them later this year, analysts say Powell will need to push back against such optimism.

Europe’s economy edges higher, heading off forecasts of recession

On Tuesday, the region’s statistics agency said the eurozone economy grew 0.1 percent in the last quarter of 2022, compared with the previous quarter.

US wage growth slowed in the final quarter of 2022

When restaurants, hotels, veterinary clinics, and other services companies raise pay, they often pass along those higher costs by charging their customers higher prices.

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‘It’s a matter of basic humanity’: Healey says homeless people can stay in South Station on cold nights.

Governor Maura Healey reversed a policy at South Station and will open the state-owned transit hub during periods of extreme weather.

Boeing bids farewell to an icon, delivers last 747 jumbo jet

Since its first flight in 1969, the giant 747 has revolutionized travel, connecting international cities that had never before had direct routes and helping democratize passenger flight.

Wall Street climbs to add more to its strong January

Markets got a boost after a report showed that growth for workers’ pay and benefits slowed during the end of 2022.

Wu seeks state OK to re-shape BPDA

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu has formally begun her effort to change the decades-old state law governing Boston’s real estate planning and development process.