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Becker names director of new data science program

Brittany Lopriore |

Becker College's new data science degree program hired Feyzi R. Bagirov of Boston, naming him founding director of the program, the college said Thursday in a statement.

OnProcess Technology expands partnership with Ariba

OnProcess Technology, an Ashland company specializing in service supply chain management, has extended its partnership with Ariba in North America, the company announced Wednesday.

Marlborough's Ocata to use Allele technology

Carol McDonald |

Marlborough's Ocata Therapeutics announced Tuesday a licensing agreement with Allele Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals of San Diego.

IDC: Smartphone sales to 'dwarf' tablets and PCs by 2019

Sam Bonacci |

Smartphones will make up nearly 80 percent of the “smart” connected device market by 2019, according to a new forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC) of Framingham.

Harvard Apparatus reports 'significant progress'

Carol McDonald |

Holliston-based Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology, or HART, reported Thursday that the company had revenue of $45,000 in the fourth quarter of 2014 from the sale of bioreactor systems for...

Jabil ‘strongly on track,’ helped by iPhone 6 sales

Jabil Circuit Inc., the parent company of Clinton-based Nypro Inc., reported net revenue of $4.3 billion for the quarter, a 20 percent jump from the second quarter of 2014.

Chitika to spin off mobile segment

Emily Micucci |

Westborough-based Chitika Inc., an Internet advertising company, on Wednesday announced it will spin off its mobile advertising business unit, Cidewalk.

ESI to shutter Chelmsford plant, lay off 45

Emily Micucci |

Portland Ore.-based Electronic Scientific Industries Inc. (ESI) is leaving Chelmsford as part of a corporate restructuring aimed at improving operational efficiency, which also includes laying off 45...

3 Central Mass. firms win life sciences tax breaks

Rick Saia |

Three Central Massachusetts life sciences companies, including one that's moving its headquarters to the region, will receive nearly $5 million in state tax incentives toward the creation of 275 jobs.

Ocata reports $34.7 million net loss in 2014

Carol McDonald |

Marlborough's Ocata Therapeutics (formerly Advanced Cell Technology) reported a net loss of $34.7 million in 2014, 12 percent higher than its net loss in 2013.

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