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  • Financial Impact of Dreamliner Troubles?

    NTSB and Boeing are investigating a fire on a 787 Dreamliner in Boston, with Alysha Plaumbo, NECN-Boston, and Katie Pavlich, TownHall.com

  • Fire on Boston Tarmac Sparks 787 Safety Concerns

    Should Boeing clients be concerned about safety issues with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner after a fire breaks out on a parked plane at Boston's Logan Airport? CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest details.

  • Dreamliner 787 Catches on Fire at Logan Airport

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports a fire broke out on a Boeing 787 in a compartment containing batteries and other electronic components. No passengers or crew were on the jet at the time of the fire.

  • Warning to investors: major U.S. technology companies could miss estimates for fourth-quarter earnings as "fiscal cliff" worries likely led some corporate clients to tighten their belts last month.

  • Will Hockey Survive Another Player-Owner Face-Off?

    Hockey legend Derek Sanderson knows what it's like to be on top, only to lose it all in a spectacular haze of fame, fortune and addiction.

  • What Big Companies Get From Helping Small Companies

    Companies that borrow money through the Brewing the American Dream program, which Boston Beer runs in partnership with a microlender, are presented with an extraordinary opportunity — media exposure.

  • Recently, Bono admitted to  “humbling” realizations about foreign aid:   “job creators and innovators are ... the key, and aid is just a bridge.” It’s no secret: the world needs jobs.

  • A successful microeconomic strategy draws on a region’s unique strengths, then integrates the value chain to create ecosystems of entrepreneurship that support innovation and new business formation.

  • Imagine a place where high-impact entrepreneurs are so pleased that they don’t complain. Would those be entrepreneurs living in Silicon Valley perhaps? Not so.

  • An entrepreneurial ecosystem has sprouted in what some would say is a most unexpected community. It has all the elements of a large city effort, including support for technology startups as well as the 98 percent of startups that are not technology-based.

  • Shortly after the Icelandic economy crashed in 2008, we founded our first company. Call us crazy, but in the midst of thousands losing their jobs and the first en masse public protest against the government since Iceland’s induction into NATO in 1949, we decided to start a board game company. It was a blast.

  • Some 88 million young women and men worldwide are unemployed — 47 percent of the unemployed globally. Economic leaders have been stumped as to what to do about it. Now Generation Y is taking matters into its own hands.

  • BOSTON, Nov 6- The chief pharmacist at the company linked to the deadly U.S. meningitis outbreak has received a subpoena to appear before a congressional committee after he declined to appear voluntarily.

  • *Amgen shares rise 1.4 percent. LOS ANGELES, Nov 6- Amgen Inc's experimental cholesterol-lowering drug, AMG145, reduced levels of ``bad'' cholesterol up to 66 percent in patients already taking statin drugs, according to results from a mid-stage trial that were presented on Tuesday.

  • *Some big-name Romney backers will be watching from Boston. Now, some heavyweights of the $2 trillion industry plan to break out the champagne and party in style Tuesday night as they cheer on their man at events in Boston, New York and even Las Vegas, according to people familiar with the Romney campaign and some of the big contributors.

  • At the beginning of next year, $600 billion in tax increases and spending cuts- known as the fiscal cliff- will automatically become law unless Congress acts. However, there is a sense that neither the financiers and investors in New York nor the lawmakers in Congress are taking each other seriously enough.

  • LOS ANGELES, Nov 5- Taking a daily multivitamin does not reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease for older men, according to a study presented on Monday. About half of U.S. adults take at least one daily dietary supplement, the most popular being a multivitamin, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • VANCOUVER, Nov 4- In this era of pipelines spanning thousands of miles, the idea of shipping crude across North America in railway cars might seem a quaint throwback to the oil pioneering days of the West.

  • *FDA tries to plug supply gaps left by Ameridose shutdown. BOSTON, Nov 2- Ameridose LLC, sister company to the pharmacy at the heart of a meningitis outbreak in the United States, agreed on Friday to extend its closure by two weeks while state and federal investigators continue to examine its facilities.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 2- The U.S. government on Friday sought to ease the fuel crunch that hit the Northeast after Hurricane Sandy, saying it would provide emergency responders with diesel from national reserves, and also allowing foreign tankers in the Gulf of Mexico to bring fuel to the region.