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Athenahealth CEO departs, company considers deals

Grant Welker |

Jonathan Bush has stepped down as president and CEO of the Watertown healthcare IT company athenahealth, the company announced Wednesday.

Framingham gym to relocate in Technology Park

Zachary Comeau |

A health and fitness facility on the outskirts of the Framingham Technology Park is looking to relocate to a 15,500-square-foot facility further into the park.

Mass. moves ahead of N.J. in life science jobs

Massachusetts is climbing the ladder in the life sciences industry, and has climbed five spots nationwide in terms of jobs since 2003.

Insulet, AIRM land $3.8M in tax incentives for job creation

Zachary Comeau |

Two Central Massachusetts life sciences companies have landed more than $3.8 million of $20 million in state tax incentives to help create more jobs for the industry.

Amorsa Therapeutics names biotech law expert to board

Pharmaceutical law expert Jeffrey Wiesen has been appointed to the board of directors for Southborough-based Amorsa Therapeutics, the neuropharmaceutical firm announced Friday.

101: Finding talent

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Hiring is never an easy task for an employer – especially if a recruiter is not in the budget. For large companies, less-bureaucratic small businesses may be luring your potential...

Biostage appoints former BoA exec new president

Zachary Comeau |

A former Bank of America executive who helped the company secure millions in foreign investments has been named the new president of Biostage in Holliston.

MetroWest STEM Education Network joins national alliance

The MetroWest STEM Education Network, which aims to prepare for students for jobs in science, technology, engineering and math, has joined a national alliance with 67 other groups.

RXi leveraging European partnerships to focus on new cancer treatments

Marlborough-based RXi Pharmaceuticals is forging ahead into new territory to create new cancer treatments using its RNAi technology.

Milford's RenalGuard touts success of first in-human study

Milford medical device company RenalGuard Solutions is claiming a recent clinical study has found a new device to help treat heart failure patients.

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