Business


Technology Changes Landscape in Peabody

By Mary Markos

Using a 3D software program called Dynascape, the Peabody-based company turns their artistic vision into a tangible model.Read More


Local Teens Launch Bench Bro App

By Mary Markos

The Bench Bro app is available for free download at the iTunes App Store and at Google Play. The game has caught international interest and success.Read More


Jewish Food Featured at Boston Conference

By Mary Markos

An annual springtime event that gathers a sizable community of those interested in learning about Jewish cultureRead More


Yosef Abramowitz: Energized to Change the World Through Solar

By Todd Feinburg

In 2011, Arava Power opened Israel’s first large scale commercial solar power field on Kibbutz Ketura, followed by other installations in the area.Read More


MassChallenge’s Jerusalem Branch to Fuel Israeli Start-Ups

By Penny Schwartz

Since its founding, MassChallenge boasts 835 alumni who have raised over $1.1 billion and created over 6,500 jobs.Read More


Tamara Boston’s Tees and Bags Make a Fashionable Mark

By Amy Forman

Thanks to a little help from Britney Spears, Tamara Freedman’s childhood dream of being a fashion designer has reached reality.Read More


Business Briefs

Highlights on local business peopleRead More


SweetGreen: An Interview

Founder Jonathan Neman spoke to the Journal recently.Read More


SweetGreen: The Future of Fine Dining?

By Todd Feinburg

We treat ourselves to salads like “Rad Thai,” listed at 375 calories and made with “organic arugula and organic mesclun,” greens that large swaths of the country couldn’t identify by sight.Read More


Memory Café Serves Up Cup Coffee and Connection

By Amy Forman

The meetings focus on making people with dementia and their caregivers feel safe, supported and successful.Read More


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