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JOHN P. BUDAJ is the new vice president of information technology at Fallon Health in Worcester. Budaj joined Fallon in 2012 as the senior director of medical economics,...

10 Things I Know About… Cybersecurity trends

Michelle Drolet |

Nearly 5 million data records are lost or stolen worldwide every single day, or 58 records every second.

Boardroom Gap: Companies with more women in leadership perform better

Grant Welker |

Studies show that companies with more women in senior management positions have better profits.

Biotech lab developer to purchase MetroWest Daily News building

Zachary Comeau |

A pharmaceutical and biotech campus development firm is set to purchase the former MetroWest Daily News building in Framingham.

Cognex reports record financial year

Zachary Comeau |

Despite a hefty tax bill due to new tax laws, Natick-based electronics manufacturer Cognex reported a record year in 2017, including revenues of $748 million, a 44 percent increase from 2016.

110 Grill opening 13th location

Fast-growing Westford restaurant chain 110 Grill is opening its 13th location Feb. 27 in Athol.

Mevion brings first proton therapy system to Europe

Zachary Comeau |

Littleton-based Mevion Medical Systems has delivered its first proton therapy cancer treatment system to a proton therapy center at the MAASTRO Clinic in the Netherlands.

Biostage's first human throat implant successful, autopsy shows

Zachary Comeau |

Biostage, a Holliston-based biotech specializing in regenerative medicine to treat diseases of the throat, announced on Tuesday its first esophageal implant resulted in a regenerated esophageal tube.

LakePharma buys Hopkinton facility for $4.5M

Zachary Comeau |

The California bioscience company once considered to be the anchor of a Worcester biomanufacturing campus is planning to open a new facility in a 69,000-square-foot Hopkinton building.

Biostage names regenerative medicine expert to board

Zachary Comeau |

Holliston biotech Biostage has appointed another medical professional to its scientific advisory board as the company continues its makeover following a near bankruptcy position just months ago.

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