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Bold Types | With SparkCharge, Josh Aviv is providing electric vehicle charging on-demand
Aviv is the founder and chief executive of Somerville-based SparkCharge, the world’s first mobile on-demand EV charging network. ( Producer & Editor: Anush Elbakyan, Producer & Reporter: Janelle Nanos, Camera & Editing: Chaney Carlson-Bullock Mikayla Litevich )
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TikTok dismisses calls for Chinese owners to divest in US

TikTok is dismissing calls for its Chinese owners to sell their stakes in the popular video-sharing app, saying such a move wouldn’t help protect national security.

Nantucket billionaires, including Charles Schwab, battle proposed clam shack

Two local men are attempting to revive a popular fish market, riling the wealthy owners of neighboring waterfront cottages. On Wednesday night, the Select Board voted to approve the restaurant with certain conditions.

A running list of layoffs in the Boston-area tech sector

Dozens of companies have reduced their workforces, ranging from the regional offices of the tech giants to startups that have only been in a business a few years.

In latest tech layoff, Boston firm Klaviyo slashes 140 jobs

Klaviyo, which makes analytics and communications tools for businesses, is the latest local tech company to whittle down its workforce.

US demands TikTok’s Chinese owners sell ownership stakes or face ban

The controversial Chinese ownership of TikTok is drawing attention by US authorities.

Macron’s pension plan advances despite strikes across France

Thousands of people angered over President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to raise the retirement age joined a national strike on Wednesday as a committee of lawmakers advanced the proposal.

Honda recalling vehicles over seat belt latches

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US approves $31b merger of two big railroads

Under the merger plan, Canadian Pacific, the sixth-largest freight railroad by revenue operating in the United States, agreed to buy the next-largest carrier, Kansas City Southern.