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Forbes: IPG CEO Gapontsev lost $1.2B in net worth in 2018

Zachary Comeau |

Valentin Gapontsev, CEO of Oxford laser manufacturer IPG Photonics, lost $1.2 billion of net worth in 2018, according to Forbes' list of billionaires.

Southbridge Tech Incubator seeks startups

The Southbridge Tech Incubator, the first Central Mass. South technical co-working space, is now accepting lease applications.

Hologic wins U.S., Canada & European approval for OGBYN scope

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough medical device maker Hologic has been granted approval from three geographic markets since December for a three-in-one hysteroscope.

SeaChange inks agreement with largest investor after CEO resigns

Zachary Comeau |

Acton-based SeaChange International has come to terms on a cooperation agreement with its largest shareholder, which caused CEO Ed Terino to resign.

Syneron-Candela rebrands as ahead of Marlborough HQ move

Zachary Comeau |

As it prepares its headquarters move to Marlborough, Wayland medical device company Syneron-Candela has rebranded to only Candela.

Galvin forms group to work with fintech industry

State House News Service |

Calling it a "rapidly growing space," the top securities regulators in Massachusetts on Friday announced the formation of a working group to engage with the financial technology, or fintech, sector.

Harvard Bioscience profits jump 76%

Revenue at Holliston medical device maker Harvard Bioscience climbed 20 percent last year, with profits rising to $7.4 million, the company said Thursday.

GE sale leaves questions for Marlborough, Westborough offices

Grant Welker |

General Electric's $21-billion sale of its biopharmaceutical division this week could mean changes for GE Healthcare Life Sciences employees in Marlborough and Westborough.

Framingham's Globoforce rebrands ahead of planned expansion

Globoforce, a Framingham workforce software developer, is rebranding.

MassBio report gives tips to state's digital health industry

Grant Welker |

Massachusetts already has a strong digital health market. A new report gives industry leaders pointers for how the state can gain more ground.

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