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eClinicalWorks selected by N.J. practices

The eClincialWorks' electronic health records solution software has been selected by Northern New Jersey's Carepoint Health System to be used in 45 medical practices, the Westborough health care...

PLC shareholders to vote on merger in Sept.

Emily Micucci |

Saying it has been unable to raise capital to continue operations, cardiac and vascular medical device company PLC Systems Inc. of Milford has proposed merging with a California company and selling...

Cynosure appoints new president

Westford-based Cynosure Inc. announced that Timothy W. Baker was promoted to president, effective Aug. 1.

Southborough firm wins Fla. police contract

The Florida State Police have turned to Southborough-based Brainwave Science's brain fingerprinting technology to help it investigate criminal activities, the company announced Wednesday.

GE life sciences division coming to Marlborough, will employ hundreds

Rick Saia |

General Electric has settled on Marlborough as the home of its health care and life sciences division, the company announced Wednesday morning.

BSX, Japan firm sign joint deal on product parts

Rick Saia |

Boston Scientific of Marlborough and a Japanese firm will jointly develop a new product that will be used in Boston Scientific's Polaris Multi-Modality Imaging System that's used to treat heart...

Claiming bogus ranking, Westford firm sues research giant Gartner

Emily Micucci |

How much can an industry report impact a business? Westford-based NetScout Systems Inc. isn't taking chances, and has sued Stamford, Conn.-based research giant Gartner Inc., saying a report published...

Marlborough firm acquired by Hitachi Data Systems

Rick Saia |

Data storage company Sepaton of Marlborough has been acquired by Hitachi Data Systems of California, according to announcements on both companies' websites.

RXi Pharmaceuticals losses hold steady

John Agoglia |

RXi Pharmaceuticals Corp., a clinical-stage biotechnology company based in Marlborough, reported that its net losses held steady at $2 million in the second quarter compared to the same period a year...

Harvard Apparatus results bogged down by growing pains

John Agoglia |

Holliston-based Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology Inc. (HART) reported a net quarterly loss $2.5 million, or 32 cents per share, higher than $2.1 million it lost in the same period in 2013.

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