Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Laura Krantz Globe Staff April 11, 2018 Just two weeks before Mount Ida College struck a deal to close its doors and sell its leafy campus to the University … [Read more...] about Could Mount Ida College have stayed open?
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After years of decline, car theft is up in the United States, despite automaker security technology advances. Car thieves are relentless: If they want your car they’re going to get it. What are carmakers doing about it — and can tech help?Professional car theft rings … [Read more...] about If they want it, they’ll take it: Tech isn’t winning its fight against car thieves
With their green powertrains and luxury aspirations, the Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid and Tesla Model S EV are natural rivals.But will either brand survive?With the sudden departure Wednesday by Fisker Automotive founder and figurehead Henrik Fisker from his struggling and stalled … [Read more...] about Fisker vs. Tesla: Two cutting-edge cars, two embattled companies
Working with online car sales leads since the early part of the dot-com era, the cofounders of the Detroit Trading Exchange saw firsthand the inefficiencies in the market and set out to address them.The result is a robust and active trading exchange where car dealers and others … [Read more...] about SUCCESS STORY Detroit Trading Exchange: Swinging the Door Wide Open for Auto Leads
If done right, online selling of digital content -- including software, games, e-books, periodicals and other digital media -- can take traditional retail e-commerce a huge step further into a new and very different -- but potentially highly impactful -- sales and … [Read more...] about EXPERT ADVICE Headless Commerce Lets the Product Sell Itself