The young team at Jebbit values a sense of community that manifests itself in a number of ways inside and outside of the office.
Rory Cuddyer, BC ’11, was recently named the ‘Startup Czar’ of Boston, a position that gives him the power to build Boston as a tech tub.
Ralph Parent, BC ’02, is a real estate developer that embraces rhinos—facing obstacles head on.
Jackie De La Rosa, BC Law ’13, traces her path from working with Mark Cuban to co-founding her own startup, Oasys Ventures.
Boston’s Chief of Staff Daniel Koh is using data analytics to usher in a new style of management to Boston—making a notoriously old city appear young again.
Richard Lucas’ app ‘NetLive’ tells users what apps are using data, and provides a live feed of how much data these apps are using.
Dave Gerhardt’s new podcast details how to build a company in Boston—and is quickly taking the internet by storm.
LGBTQ organizers discuss their initial experiences in the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday afternoon.
Pepe’s Pizzeria will soon bring its White Clam pie and assorted other pizzas to Chestnut Hill Mall.
Bee’s Knees is set to open a second location of its popular gourmet food market in Allston.