A major player in sports betting has shut down its fantasy sports operations in Oregon.
Even as it rockets to an IPO that could value it as much as $35 billion, Robinhood still has outstanding questions about its future.
With an approved plan to sell its North Sacramento office, the Sacramento News & Review is shifting to an online future. "I don't think our print publication is coming back," said CEO Jeff vonKaenel, whose alternative weekly newspaper stopped printing...
Karin Immergluck leads the Office of Technology Licensing at Stanford University, where she works to build connections that get Stanford's innovations out into the world at large.
Integral to the agreement is the creation of a combined physician group of more than 450 providers.
Centene's CEO has now made clear he'd like to see the city and county police departments merge, an idea that could have "tremendous benefits." So far, though, politicians aren't committing.
Residents of five Massachusetts counties showing substantial or high rates of community transmission of Covid-19 are now being asked by the CDC to wear face covering indoors — even if they're vaccinated.
The ratings upgrade comes at a pivotal time for Latham Pool Products and its parent company.
Want to save money on your energy bills? The University of Dayton may be able to help.
University of Louisville football fans have a new place to pre-game this season.
Tournament field already has a "Rose-y" outlook.
Joe DiLorenzo, a well-known financial leader in the Boston area, including nearly two decades as the CFO of the Celtics, has joined Regan Communications in the same role.