An entrepreneur presents to teachers at a 2013 LearnLaunch event.


LearnLaunch, McGraw-Hill Education team up to school edtech startups

By Nidhi Subbaraman

Executives from publishing giant McGraw-Hill Education will mentor local entrepreneurs as part of a partnership with Boston's LearnLaunch ed-tech startup accelerator.

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Microsoft's office in Burlington, which formerly housed Nokia.

Real estate

Microsoft vacating a Kendall Square office, sending workers to Burlington

By Curt Woodward

Some 300 sales and marketing workers are moving to Burlington, emptying the 255 Main Street office when its lease expires. About 450 people will remain at the NERD Center at 1 Memorial Drive.

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Laptop Coffee Shop Window


Globe sells .boston domain, but local nonprofits will get discount on addresses

By Boston Globe

Last week, Boston Globe Media Partners LLC sold the right to sell Internet addresses ending in ".boston" to Minds + Machines Group Ltd. A thousand ".boston" ­addresses will be set aside for ­government use, while another 15,000 will be made available to local nonprofit organizations at a discount price of $8.75 per year.

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Flywire acquires another competitor: Canada’s ScholarFX

By Curt Woodward

It's the second such acquisition in the past few months for Flywire. In October, the company announced the purchase of UK-based Uni-Pay.

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Erin Santhouse, director at ONEin3 initiative for Boston, on the "Green" at City Hall Plaza and inside with a mural of the city.

City of Boston

ONEin3 Initiative calls for new batch of millennials to organize and innovate

By Amanda Burke

The ONEin3 Council, a committee that connects young people with city leaders, is looking for new members.

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