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L.L. Bean, including at its Burlington store, is selling limited-edition bags that were made out of the rain-delay tarp from Fenway Park.
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International calls made by a phone line hacker ran up the phone bill for one Marblehead company.
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Customers begin flocking back to the supermarkets' 71 stores.
The former CEO of the grocery chain gained back control of the company Wednesday after a worker revolt.
Arthur T. takes back day-to-day operations and welcomes associates back to work to get stores ready for customers once again.
While both sides continue to work out a plan, the entire chain could be shuttered in the near future.
The board was expected to discuss the sale of the grocery chain to former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
The supermarket chain has scheduled a Tuesday night meeting.
Massachusetts and New Hampshire governors say they are optimistic an agreement will be reached to sell the chain to Arthur T. Demoulas.
Negotiations continue to determine fate of supermarket chain.
The Marblehead unemployment rate is up to 4.3 percent, but remains one of just a few communities in the area under 5 percent.
Company's fish vendor cuts ties, questions if CEOs are trying to sabotage the company.
Officials said there is no evidence yet that consumer data has been misused.
StudentDefend charges a yearly fee to provide college students around-the-clock access to qualified legal representation.
The price for regular, self-serve unleaded gasoline dropped by 6 cents per gallon this week.
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