Passion for beer pales in Belgium

In a country known for its world-class suds – and for exporting them in vast quantities – homeland consumption has plummeted.

Small condiment-making business gets help; now it’s dressed for success

With its salad dressing a big hit at Whole Foods, family-owned Tessemae’s finds help navigating the grocery business.

An Amazon smartphone?

The company hasn’t confirmed this week’s reports, but there’s plenty of speculation about what such a device might feature.

China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted with toxic metals

Health advocates have identified several villages near factories where they say cancer rates are above the national average.


Review delays decision on Keystone XL pipeline

Federal agencies will get more time to consider the project following a recent ruling by a Nebraska judge.

WMTW moving to Westbrook studio occupied by WPME, WPXT

The space is already broadcast-ready and will require few changes.

Conflict emerges in study used by foes of Brunswick rail project

The engineer who concluded that noise levels would be excessive at the site in Brunswick has plans for a residential subdivision nearby.

Muscle cars still going strong as gas prices in U.S. stabilize

Buyers also expect that fuel economy will continue to improve no matter what they drive.

Report estimates 4.5 million smartphones lost or stolen

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