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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.

TelexFree conspirator sentenced to 33 months in prison

A man who led authorities to $20 million hidden in a mattress has been sentenced to 33 months of prison time for his role in the TelexFree pyramid scheme.

Virtusa's $20M tax bill results in $8M quarterly loss

Despite revenues increasing by 6 percent, Westborough business consulting and information-technology firm Virtusa said it lost almost $8 million in its third quarter largely due to the impact of tax...

Biostage names Chinese investor as board chairman

Zachary Comeau |

A Chinese investor and biotech executive has been appointed to be chairman of Holliston-based Biostage's board of directors.

AMSC loses $27M through three quarters

Zachary Comeau |

Devens energy product manufacturer AMSC reported Monday another quarter of losses, this time $4.2 million in the third quarter, and $26.7 million for the company's fiscal year so far.

Aspen Aerogels wins U.S. patent case against Chinese companies

Zachary Comeau |

The U.S. International Trade Commission has issued a limited exclusion order prohibiting the importation of aerogel insulation manufactured by two Chinese companies alleged to have infringed upon...

New Hampshire denies Canadian hydrpower transmission project

State House News Serivce |

A permit that the Northern Pass project had been counting on was denied by New Hampshire site evaluators on Thursday, jeopardizing the Bay State's newly minted plan to transmit hydropower from Quebec...

U.S. court finds Chinese company guilty of stealing AMSC secrets

Zachary Comeau |

A federal court has found a Chinese wind turbine manufacturer guilty of stealing trade secrets from Devens-based AMSC, which caused the loss of 70 percent of AMSC's workforce.

Eversource, Montreal firm chosen for Northern Pass project

State House News Service |

Capping a competitive procurement, the Baker administration and Bay State utilities have selected the Northern Pass project, a joint effort of Eversource and Hydro-Quebec to bring hydropower from...

Solect expects pain from new solar tariff

Grant Welker |

Hopkinton solar company Solect Energy is expecting a sudden stop in growth — or even a drop — after a new tariff on solar-panel imports was announced this week.

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