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GTS's latest device tells good batteries from bad

Large retail chains have been able to get better use out of their barcode scanners and other devices because of batteries made by Global Technology Systems (GTS), headquartered in Framingham.

Saint-Gobain named a top employer in North America

Savannah Donohue |

Saint-Gobain has been named a top employer in North America by the Alexandria, Va.-based Top Employers Institute for the second year in a row.

Holliston's Biostage making $8M stock offering

Holliston organ implant company Biostage is offering roughly $8 million in stock, three months after it was threatened to be removed from the NASDAQ stock exchange.

Holliston firms seek to revolutionize temperature sensors

Laura Finaldi |

Holliston sensors manufacturer Nanmac Corp. was purchased in 2014 by the Patriot Worldwide, also based in Holliston. Since the acquisition, the company has been selling its products to the likes of...

WPI team finalists in $1M NASA robot challenge

Grant Welker |

A team of Worcester Polytechnic Institute students, faculty and staff are among 20 finalists in a NASA-sponsored robotics challenge -- the only such team from a university, the space agency announced...

FLEXcon partners with Needham firm

Grant Welker |

Spencer adhesives manufacturer FLEXcon will partner with a Needham company to create new technology for life-support systems, the firm said Tuesday.

ReWalk faces fraud suit

Emily Micucci |

A securities fraud class action lawsuit has been filed against ReWalk Robotics in a Massachusetts federal court.

Manufacturers reaching out to traditional high schoolers

Laura Finaldi |

Businesses, schools reaching out to non-vocational students and displaced workers to get them interested in manufacturing careers.

Boston Scientific boosts annual revenue by 12%

Laura Finaldi |

Boston Scientific generated $2.2 billion in sales in the fourth quarter and $124 million in earnings, and finished out 2016 with 12 percent revenue growth for the year, the company announced Thursday.

FLEXcon CEO relinquishing president duties

Laura Finaldi |

Manufacturing executive Lavon Winkler has been named president of Spencer adhesive manufacturer FLEXcon.

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