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Study supports findings on Ocata treatment

Carol McDonald |

A new study has affirmed encouraging results for treating macular degeneration using Ocata Therapeutics’ stem-cell line RPE, the Marlborough company reported

‘Disappointing’ quarter for Harvard Bioscience

Harvard Bioscience of Holliston reported a $1.4 million loss amid lower first-quarter revenues of $25.8 million, a slight drop of about 0.5 percent from $25.9 million in the same period of 2014, the...

Westborough energy services firm sold

Rick Saia |

Conservation Services Group (CSG), the Westborough-based nonprofit provider of energy efficiency services, has been sold to a Texas company after 31 years of operation, the firms announced Thursday.

Lightower ambitious as it looks to close Fibertech deal

Emily Micucci |

Lightower Fiber Networks of Boxborough will still be the second-largest provider of technology network services in the U.S. after its newly-announced acquisition of competitor Fibertech Networks...

New Natick tobacco regulations another patch in the quilt?

Emily Micucci |

Natick is among the latest towns to have approved their own set of tobacco regulations in an effort to reduce tobacco use among youth, adding to the complex patchwork of regulations that blanket the...

Waters’ ‘organic’ growth beats expectations

Waters Corp. beat analysts’ expectations for the first quarter thanks to “broad-based” organic growth, the Milford company reported Tuesday.

First-quarter profit for Acton's Psychemedics Corp.

Acton-based employment drug testing company Psychemedics Corp. Monday reported a profit of 5 cents per share on net income of $278,000 in the first quarter, which ended March 31. The company also...

Litigation costs felt in Boston Scientific's first quarter

Carol McDonald |

Marlborough-based Boston Scientific Corp. reported adjusted first-quarter earnings of 21 cents per share Tuesday, a penny higher than for the first quarter of 2014, and at the high end of the...

Lightower of Boxborough acquires New York rival

Rick Saia |

Lightower Fiber Networks of Boxborough is buying a Rochester, N.Y.-based competitor.

U.K. grant will boost Sevcon payroll

Southborough-based manufacturer Sevcon said it’s looking to beef up its staff by 20 after the maker of controls for electric and hybrid motor vehicles received a grant to develop a new range of...

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