The motion picture industry is saying goodbye to film and hello to digital. That's meant all new projectors and often new sound systems too for movie theaters. For some, small theaters, where profits are few and far between, that expense has been a lot to bear.
The Giver, the controversial, yet popular, children's book has been renewed with a fourth installment, Son. Out in October, Son continues the story of the Community. But that's not the only news for the series. The Giver itself is being made into a movie.
Members of the Chinese middle class, 300 million strong, are increasingly looking outside their nation's borders when thinking about vacation. And when they travel, they spend big, making them a prime topic for businesses across the world -- including in Massachusetts.
It was more of the same in December's labor report, the final report of the year. When all was said and done, the U.S. economy added 1.8 million jobs in 2012, the most in any year since 2006, when about 2 million jobs were added.
The 113th Congress opened for business on Thursday and they're already embroiled in a controversy. House leaders, in the fact of fierce criticism, reversed course and said they'd schedule a vote for Friday on the first installment of relief for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Bruce Oreck, the U.S. ambassador to Finaland, is a well-known ex-body builder with an outsized personality. In Finland, the media have been fascinated with his past life, putting him on the cover of magazines -- one time without a shirt, even.
Tragedies linked to mental health have been in the news recently and they've sparked a conversation around the unmet mental health needs in the United States. Healthcare professionals are beginning to rethink the way America approaches mental health care.
For companies doing business in California, a new environmental law is about to go into effect. It is expected to raise the cost of doing business for companies with carbon emissions.
Congress approved a fiscal cliff bill Tuesday night, after weeks of broken deals and failed compromises. But the battle is far from over as conservatives push for dramatic increases in spending cuts in exchange for raising the country's debt limit, as soon as March.
In order to hear Beck's new songs, you have to play them yourself. The artist known for taking musical risks and consistently changing his sound has released his very own do-it-yourself music project.