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Acacia Communications stock plunges after Chinese company banned from U.S. commerce

Zachary Comeau |

Maynard optical communications equipment maker Acacia Communications is suspending its relationship with a Chinese company that was banned from buying American products.

Boston Scientific claims another European patent victory

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough medical device maker Boston Scientific has scored another patent litigation victory across the Atlantic in a case resulting in the revocation of a competitor's patent.

Boston Scientific acquires California firm for up to $276M

Zachary Comeau |

Boston Scientific said it has acquired its fifth company of 2018, this time of a privately-held California firm that makes a device for detecting ovarian cancer.

Wormtown brews with partners big and small

Zachary Comeau |

Wormtown Brewery's motto, “A piece of Mass. in every glass,” is a testament to the locally sourced ingredients used in every brew coming out of the Shrewsbury Street production facility.

Editorial: Slow movements, big changes in health care

Having too few players dictating the level of care in the region and seeing more investment in high margin areas of specialty does appear concerning.

Retail must be redesigned

BRENT MAUGEL |

In the next two months, more than 700 Toys “R” Us stores will be empty. This presents an opportunity to re-imagine how this space could and should be utilized.

Movers & shakers

ALI GOLI has joined Reliant Medical Group’s department of internal medicine in Milford. Goli is welcoming new patients at the Milford office at 101 Cedar St. He...

Fourstar Connections finds a better way

SARAH CONNELL |

Fourstar Connections of Hudson prides itself on helping customers find a better way to make new products and to redesign their existing products with increased efficiency.

IPAC became a global leader with a superior workforce

Grant Welker |

IPAC produces hundreds of millions of fiberglass products each year, often as abrasives in machinery used by companies like Saint-Gobain, while competing with cheap imports.

ThinkLite lights the way – cheaper, of course

Zachary Comeau |

ThinkLite was launched late at night in a Babson College dorm, and its efficient bulbs are quickly being used in a range of notable locations.

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