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Sunovion says ADHD drug shows promise

Laura Finaldi |

Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. said last week its novel drug candidate dasotraline was successful in treating children with ADHD, showing statistically significant improvements.

Texas logistics provider expands to Shrewsbury

Laura Finaldi |

KMM Corporation, a Texas-based logistics and services provider, has opened its first Massachusetts location in Shrewsbury.

Boston Scientific CAO to retire

A top executive at Boston Scientific will step down at the end of the year following nearly 10 years with the Marlborough medical technology company.

Dell EMC loses trademark case

Laura Finaldi |

A Massachusetts judge last week ruled against Hopkinton-based Dell EMC in a trademark lawsuit filed against the data storage provider last year, according to court documents.

Suit alleges Bose secretly shared info with third parties

Laura Finaldi |

An Illinois man has filed a lawsuit against Framingham-based Bose Corp., alleging the company secretly disclosed its customers' music and audio selections to third parties, including a data mining...

Framingham firm recreates Game of Thrones authenticity

Disruptor Beam in Framingham has developed three social games based on some of today's hottest entertainment licenses: Game of Thrones Ascent, Star Trek Timelines and The Walking Dead: March to War.

Lawmakers push for distracted-driving bill

State House News Service |

A proposed restriction would make it easier for police to enforce the 2010 law banning texting while driving, which has not been met with total compliance.

WPI gets $5M state grant for new lab

Grant Welker |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute has been given a $5 million state grant for a new healthcare research and product development initiative.

SeaChange loses $24M in fourth quarter

Grant Welker |

Acton video technology company SeaChange International lost nearly $24 million in the fourth quarter, continuing a challenging stretch that included the elimination of more than 200 jobs.

Dell leads top 10 local manufacturers

After its $67-billion purchase of Hopkinton-based EMC Corp., Texas computer firm Dell Technologies now leads the list of Central Massachusetts' largest manufacturers.

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