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Entrepreneurs from the Roxbury chapter of EforAll in September.

The startup incubator for everyone else: EforAll’s growth in Roxbury

A local chapter of the entrepreneurship nonprofit is looking to make a bigger impact on community businesses.

Bill Wagner, LogMeIn's chief executive since 2015.

Another Boston tech boss is stepping down

Software company LogMeIn said Thursday that chief executive Bill Wagner is stepping down. He will be replaced by Mike Kohlsdorf, president of Francisco Partners.

Innovation economy

Boston venture capitalists take a longish view of 2022

We asked Boston venture capitalists about the technology trends they’re watching and learning about.

Startup accelerator MassChallenge named Cait Brumme as its new chief executive.

Startup accelerator MassChallenge gets new boss

Acting CEO Cait Brumme says encouraging climate and crypto tech entrepreneurs tops her to-do list.

Somernova Innovation Hub at 12 Tyler St., Somerville.

‘Tension is everywhere’: In Somerville, a tech cluster emerges with hope and worry

As deep-pocketed tech companies move into Somerville, some worry the city's arts and maker community is being priced out.

An American flag flew in front of Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems facility in Woburn.

Raytheon quietly resumed political donations to election deniers, report finds

Analysts found the company gave $186,000 in political action committee contributions to 62 members of Congress who voted against certifying President Biden’s election.


Libraries demand a new deal on ebooks

Public library patrons can’t get enough of free digital downloads these days; they’re snapping up ebooks and audiobooks at a record pace. But it’s not all good news for public libraries.

50 Binney St. in Cambridge, where Meta Platforms signed a lease for 250,000 square feet of office space.

Facebook set to grow in Kendall as parent company signs lease to triple its office space there

The space has traded hands several times since the building opened less than five years ago, reflecting the fast-moving real estate market in Kendall Square, where available space is scarce and pricey.