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In the red-hot race to fill biotech jobs, benefits abound

As many Americans struggle to make ends meet, despite the strong economy, the Massachusetts biotechnology sector is growing so fast that employers are offering increasingly generous — and almost unhea... read more

US, Russian astronauts safe after emergency landing

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BAKER a ‘NO’ on Q1 — State Police payroll FIASCO — Obama alums coming to town

In the red-hot race to fill biotech jobs, benefits abound," by Jonathan Saltzman, Boston Globe: "As many Americans struggle to make ends meet, despite the strong economy, the Massachusetts biotechnolo... read more

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To subscribe to the newsletter, please sign up here MUST READS ECB Succession Race Tests German Faith in Bundesbank Model: The race to succeed Mario Draghi as European Central Bank president presents ... read more


3 Great Acquisition Targets for Gilead Sciences -- and 1 Iffy Candidate

The deal instantly catapulted Gilead to a leadership position in the red-hot ... the biotech's cell therapy program for solid tumors and noted that that "one thing missing is gene editing." If Gilead ... read more

Black Advisory Commission issues first recommendations to Baker

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Big Opportunities for Small Business Manufacturing in 2014

In fact, in his annual State of the Union address, President Barack Obama referred to the efforts: "We also have the chance, right now, to beat other countries in the race for the next wave of high-te... read more

The TPP has the potential for real harm

Most free trade agreements deliver little in the way of benefits ... jobs evaporate in the wake of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Now the Democrats have split with Senator Elizabeth Warren h... read more

Another bizarre installment in the Patriots-Jets series

Thursday, Feb. 8 Dan Shaughnessy joins host Chris Gasper to discuss the ramifications of Josh McDaniels backing out of the Colts head coaching job to remain with the Patriots. Then, they talk about wh... read more

5 Times Scientists Tackled Conspiracy Theories, and Won

In 2015, the Cochrane Collaboration reviewed every study it could find on the benefits of fluoridated water, and concluded it may not offer its touted preventative benefits. However, the debate about ... read more

The trouble with technology

Stories abound of voting machines producing curious results ... In much of America, for example, voters fill in paper ballots that are scanned by optical readers. (Optical-scanning machines are, in fa... read more

Sri Lanka’s Enormous Christmas Tree Looks Set to Become Latest to Break World Records

The structure was decorated with 25,200 redhot lights and 3,144 strobe lights ... For breaking news, features and analysis from India, follow WSJ India on Facebook. read more



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