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Tech entrepreneur recalls celeb-studded teenage years, in an unlikely placerun: retiring Sox slugger David Ortiz. The chief executive of FanZcall says Or
Tech entrepreneur recalls celeb-studded teenage years, in an unlikely place
Boston Globe / Posted 11 hours ago
run: retiring Sox slugger David Ortiz. The chief executive of FanZcall says Ortiz has agreed to be a shareholder in the Waltham-based startup, which has already raised about $1.6 million from local investors, and will be its most prominent... Read more
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Boston Globe
Bubbles in their bloodCoca-Cola Co. released six new seltzers, and Pepsi Inc. has launched three, and
Bubbles in their blood
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
Coca-Cola Co. released six new seltzers, and Pepsi Inc. has launched three, and the rise of niche brands such as Florida-based LaCroix has turned heads in the industry. Much of Polar’s success hinges on whether the company can find a place for... Read more
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LogMeIn chief reflects on IndyCar misstepsback.” Auto dealer Herb Chambers, who is owed $100,000, agrees with Wagner, al
LogMeIn chief reflects on IndyCar missteps
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
back.” Auto dealer Herb Chambers, who is owed $100,000, agrees with Wagner, although he hasn’t ruled out suing. Meanwhile, Waltham-based fuel distributor Global Partners has sued the erstwhile race promoter (it’s owed $275,000), as has Boston... Read more
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Boston Globe
Bubbles in their bloodCoca-Cola Co. released six new seltzers, and Pepsi Inc. has launched three, and
Bubbles in their blood
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
Coca-Cola Co. released six new seltzers, and Pepsi Inc. has launched three, and the rise of niche brands such as Florida-based LaCroix has turned heads in the industry. Much of Polar’s success hinges on whether the company can find a place for... Read more
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Boston Globe
Forget religion and politics. Dating’s newest deal-breaker? Diet.on her veggie wrap.” And then there are the larger issues. Food can be animpo
Forget religion and politics. Dating’s newest deal-breaker? Diet.
Boston Globe / Posted 21 days ago
on her veggie wrap.” And then there are the larger issues. Food can be animportantsource of bonding, says Cambridge-based dietitian Marci Anderson Evans, one that can be missing in couples unwilling or unable to share in it. “I certainly... Read more
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Boston Globe
Seeking diversity and money, schools are embracing foreign studentsof each international student, according to a Globe review of 21 contracts that
Seeking diversity and money, schools are embracing foreign students
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
of each international student, according to a Globe review of 21 contracts that districts signed with that company,the Waltham-based Cambridge Institute of International Education. The contracts also reveal that host families receive between... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Cisco acquires Waltham firmSAN JOSE, Calif. -- Networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. said it planned to buy
Cisco acquires Waltham firm
Lowell Sun / Posted 27 days ago
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. said it planned to buy Waltham-based CloudLock for $293 million. Officials from Cisco, which employs well over 1,000 people at a campus off I-495 in Boxboro, said the deal adds to the company's... Read more
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Google Capital now largest Care.com shareholderCapital, an investment arm of tech giant Alphabet Inc., paid $46.4 million to b
Google Capital now largest Care.com shareholder
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
Capital, an investment arm of tech giant Alphabet Inc., paid $46.4 million to become the largest shareholder in Waltham-based Care.com, the companies announced Wednesday. The investment is Google Capital’s first in a publicly traded... Read more
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Boston Globe
Reversing course, ‘Mein Kampf’ publisher will support Holocaust survivorsIn the end, Adolf Hitler’s tome of hate will bend to an act of love. Houghton
Reversing course, ‘Mein Kampf’ publisher will support Holocaust survivors
Boston Globe / Posted 29 days ago
In the end, Adolf Hitler’s tome of hate will bend to an act of love. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the Boston-based publisher of Hitler’s notorious anti-Semitic manifesto “Mein Kampf,” has decided to donate the book’s proceeds to a local organization... Read more
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Boston Globe
Cisco buys Waltham’s CloudLock for $293 milCisco Systems Inc. has agreed to acquire Waltham-based CloudLock Inc., a cloud-
Cisco buys Waltham’s CloudLock for $293 mil
Boston Globe / Posted 29 days ago
Cisco Systems Inc. has agreed to acquire Waltham-based CloudLock Inc., a cloud-security provider, for $293 million in cash and equity. CloudLock was founded in 2011, according to its web site and has venture capital backing from firms including... Read more
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Meet Boston Dynamics newest robotWaltham-based company Boston Dynamics’ announced its newest robot Spotmini Thur
Meet Boston Dynamics newest robot
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
Waltham-based company Boston Dynamics’ announced its newest robot Spotmini Thursday on its YouTube page. Spotmini is a smaller version of the Spot robot. It weighs 65 pounds including its arm and is the company’s quietest robot, Boston Dynamics said... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Employees fired upon sale of Elm Street gas stationO'Connell recently conveyed 22 other Western Massachusetts sites that it owned
Employees fired upon sale of Elm Street gas station
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 1 months ago
O'Connell recently conveyed 22 other Western Massachusetts sites that it owned in the Pittsfield and Springfield markets to Waltham-based Global Partners via long-term leases. The Elm Street station, which sold Shell fuel and includes a small... Read more

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