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Zuma vs. Zuma restaurant name dispute ‘amicably’ resolved

A Tex-Mex grill at Faneuil Hall ceded the name to the high-end Japanese restaurant in One Dalton tower.

China announces tariff hike on $75 billion of US goods

The tariffs come in retaliation for President Donald Trump’s planned Sept. 1 duty increase in a war over trade and technology policy.

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Can capitalism be saved by a concept born in Boston?

Some of America’s best-known chief executives are ditching free market fundamentalism for a more liberal definition of corporate citizenship — one that evolved, in good part, in Boston.

Central bankers, aiming to keep economies growing, must wrestle with politics, too

Economies from the United States to the European Union to China are slowing, presenting a challenge for central bankers, whose tools are limited.

Texas governor meets with tech officials about quelling hate

Governor Greg Abbott met with officials from some of the tech giants to discuss combatting extremism after a shooting in El Paso killed 22.

Amazon’s $15 billion small business charm offensive

Amazon.com Inc., criticized for wielding too much power over third-party merchants on its marketplace, said it will spend some $15 billion this year to help them boost sales.

Weak World Demand, Trade Take Biggest Toll Yet on U.S. Factories

Bigger cracks are forming across America’s manufacturing foundation as lackluster global demand and persistent trade tensions led to the first contraction in U.S. manufacturing since September 2009.