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AbbVie revenue up for quarter, year

Life sciences firm AbbVie, which has operations in Worcester, saw a nearly 9-percent increase in fourth-quarter revenue, helped by double-digit growth in its popular arthritis drug, Humira.

EMC Corp. lowers outlook, will cut jobs

Carol McDonald |

Data-storage giant EMC Corp. reported Thursday that it had closed the fourth quarter with a 12 percent increase in net income, but missed the mark on revenue expectations.

GE ramping up for Marlborough site launch this summer

Emily Micucci |

Recruiters at General Electric's Healthcare Life Sciences division -- currently of New Jersey, soon to be of Marlborough -- are in the middle of a hiring frenzy as they prepare to launch operations...

Waters Corp. celebrates lab opening in China

Emily Micucci |

Milford-based Waters Corp., a manufacturer of laboratory instruments, on Wednesday announced the opening of its Joint Open Laboratory in Beijing.

Cogmedix opens new Worcester HQ

Emily Micucci |

Medical device manufacturer Cogmedix, a subsidiary of Worcester-based Coghlin Cos., announced the opening of a new headquarters on Briden Street in Worcester.

What you need to know about HTML5

Christina Davis |

Want to impress your techie friends? Ask them what they think of the W3C's recent adoption of HTML5 standards. You're sure to get some tech cred if you drop that into cocktail...

Locally-grown efforts help lift innovation across Massachusetts

PAMELA GOLDBERG Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Every year, the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative releases its Annual Index of the Massachusetts Innovation Economy, benchmarking Massachusetts against other leading technology...

AbbVie sees stronger-than-expected year

Pharmaceutical giant AbbVie, which has operations in Worcester, has boosted its earnings estimates for 2015 by 30 percent amid rising sales for its arthritis drug Humira and the launch of its...

Kronos locks up Calif. corrections agency

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) has deployed Chelmsford-based workforce management software maker Kronos Inc.'s TeleStaff software solution to manage scheduling for...

Post-acquisition, new SeaChange CEO expects better year ahead

Emily Micucci |

The average viewer has little concept of how the content they're watching on television—and, increasingly, on a tablet or iPhone—is delivered. But they expect a seamless viewing...

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