Suffolk University to stress career learning

President James McCarthy will unveil a new vision for the school that seeks to transform the university into a leader in tech-savvy, career-oriented learning.

Like other recruiting firms, HireMinds in Kendall Square is having trouble finding candidates for tech jobs.

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Boston-area tech sector is scrambling to fill jobs

Headhunters are struggling to find enough talented engineers and developers for their clients — fledgling start-ups and established companies alike.

// House GOP counters Obama’s fiscal plan

The proposal from House Republicans calls for almost twice as much in spending cuts and half as much revenue increases.

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Mitt Romney for mayor of Boston

As mayor, Romney would be free to problem-solve, to do the kind of work that made him an appealing public servant in the first place.

Debbie Currie watches what her children do on their electronic devices.


Specter of predators puts parents in constant vigil

After years of endless revelations about sexual predators lurking in our most respected institutions, parents and caregivers say they’re living in a state of high alert.

Onyango Obama, uncle of President Barack Obama, arrived for a hearing in Framingham District Court Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012.

Obama’s uncle gets expulsion rehearing

In challenging his deportation order, Onyango Obama is asserting that he had insufficient representation in his immigration case.

Kevin Cullen

A life saved and lived well

When it ended after 92 years, Bob Muse’s life was a sweeping epic, but he would have told you his single greatest accomplishment was getting an innocent man out of prison.

Bank of America to cut more jobs in Mass.

Bank of America Corp., which is in the process of streamlining operations around the US, plans to eliminate nearly 200 jobs at two Bay State facilities next year.

For the third time in 19 years, an NHL lockout has kept players, and fans, from rinks such as Boston’s TD Garden.

NHL’s latest lockout is a costly one

As the league’s stoppage drags on, the Bruins are losing out on $3 million per game, and each canceled date deprives local businesses of up to $1 million.