Kopin divests in wearables company acquired by Intel

Emily Micucci |

Westborough-based wearables technology company Kopin Corp. said it has divested its equity interest in Recon Instruments, a Canadian company that makes wearable displays for skiers, cyclists and...

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Ocata Therapeutics CEO rings NASDAQ opening bell

Paul K. Wotton, president and CEO of Ocata Therapeutics, rang the opening bell at the NASDAQ Marketside in New York City Wednesday morning.

Biocchi to step down from MetroWest Chamber

Emily Micucci |

MetroWest Chamber of Commerce President Bonnie Biocchi has accepted a new position at Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester and will step down from her role at the chamber in August, the MetroWest Chamber said Tuesday.

Family businesses relocate to Hudson

Sam Bonacci |

The Acton businesses Boatzincs and Mach Machine will relocate to Hudson in a manufacturing building purchased by the owner of Boatzincs for $1.2 million.

Framingham, N.H. firms ink deal to deliver parts to key defense contractors

Emily Micucci |

The U.S. military possesses the most advanced defense technology in the world —hence the superpower status —but many of the designs of major military machines such as ships, fighter jets and submarines are decades old.

Ocata Therapeutics prices $30 million common stock offering

Sam Bonacci |

Marlborough's Ocata Therapeutics is expecting to net over $30 million in a stock offering, after the company announced pricing for the stock Wednesday.

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