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May 22, 2018


Five things you need to know today, and solving the world's challenges

Good morning, Boston. Here are five things you need to know in Boston business news to help start your busy day:  Mount Ida got financial lifeline from firm with ties to its president Max Stendahl reports that Mount Ida College received a financial lifeline from an obscure investment firm with ties to the college’s president, Barry Brown, a couple of years before it closed. The

Wahlburgers chooses Orlando for corporate training program site

Boston-based hamburger chain Wahlburgers will begin a corporate-training program in Orlando, Florida, the restaurant chain announced on Friday. Wahlburgers, named for celebrity Boston natives Donnie, Paul and Mark Wahlberg, will conduct the training center from the Waterford Lakes Town Center restaurant location. The program will include brand culture, training systems, operational and culinary assistance, risk

Successful workers may be lifetime learners in the future and other insights on how work will likely change

The Boston Business Journal held a panel discussion recently about the future of work. The group was convened by Deloitte and included local top executives. Panelists were Sean Belka, head of lab at Fidelity Labs; Larry Bohn, managing partner, General Catalyst Partners; Steve Hatfield, financial services principal in human capital, Deloitte Consulting LLP; Kevin McGovern,

Fulfillment by Amazon is a game changer: Is your business prepared?

“It’s a game changer” is an expression thrown around the consumer products and retail industries when discussing an unexpected yet crucial strategy that can mark a turning point for growing businesses. These efforts can improve engagement with consumers, and sometimes accelerate a company’s growth beyond that of their competition. The Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) solution

Scenes from the BBJ's Fast 50 Awards event

The Boston Business Journal held its latest Fast 50 Awards event Thursday night at the W hotel on Stuart Street in Boston, a celebration of the area’s private companies that saw the fastest revenue growth over the past three years. The event attracted about 350 businesspeople, who watched as Market President and Publisher Carolyn Johnson, along

Neighborhood Health doubles down on opioid addiction treatment

The health insurance company owned by Boston-based Partners HealthCare plans to begin offering financial incentives to encourage more providers to offer medication-assisted treatment, and to hire recovery coaches and waive co-pays for Narcan. Source: Boston Biz

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