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Global worker shortages loom in health tech sector

State House News Service |

A global shortage of software developers, on top of shortages of nurses and midwives in England, is creating challenges for the health technology industry, the head of a mobile software company...

BSX posts strong Q3

Emily Micucci |

Marlborough-based Boston Scientific Corp. (NYSE: BSX) saw revenue climb 6 percent over 2013 in the third quarter, driven largely by sales of its cardiovascular products, according to an earnings...

EMC earnings fall short of estimates

Emily Micucci |

Earnings for Hopkinton-based data storage giant EMC Corp. fell short of analyst expectations in the third quarter, and the company lowered its full-year profit outlook, due to a stronger U.S. dollar...

SeaChange names new CEO

Rick Saia |

Video software manufacturer SeaChange International of Acton has hired an industry veteran as its new CEO, the company announced Tuesday.

3rd-quarter sales, profits jump at Waters

Rick Saia |

Milford-based laboratory instrument manufacturer Waters Corp. reported an 8-percent jump in sales for the third quarter and a 15-percent rise in net income as the company cited broad-based demand...

Centage Corp. acquires Canadian firm

John Agoglia |

Centage Corp., a Natick-based provider of budgeting and forecasting software, has acquired Toronto-based financial reporting software maker BI-Metrix Inc., for an undisclosed amount.

Framingham company merges with NYC IT provider

Emily Micucci |

Framingham-based VP Solutions Inc. has merged with, a national provider of managed IT and cloud services for business based in New York City, according to a statement from the...

Ashland spin-off to commercialize nanotechnology for heart, kidney disease

Emily Micucci |

An Ashland company has created a spinoff to commercialize medical devices that use nanotechnology to treat patients with heart and kidney disease.

UMass professor receives $4.2M grant to study paternal link to disease

Emily Micucci |

Dr. Oliver Rando, a professor of biochemistry and molecular pharmacology at UMass Medical School, has received one of 10 Pioneer Awards granted to researchers by the National Institutes of Health...

Study foresees continued medical technology growth

The medical technology industry, a growing sector of the Massachusetts economy, is expected to grow at a 5-percent annual rate through 2020, according to a forecast from a market research firm.

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