Julie Donnelly

Boston Hospitals Trying To Cut Energy CostsPartners HealthCare says it will save $15 million per year as part of an energy overhaul.
Boston Business Journal - No New Red Sox Lottery TicketsFor the first time in seven years, the state lottery will not be issuing a new Red Sox scratch ticket.
Vertex Submits Cystic Fibrosis Drug To FDA For TestingVertex in Cambridge has filed for Food and Drug Administration approval for its potential therapy for cystic fibrosis.
Boston Hospitals Making House Calls To Lower CostsLocal hospitals are resurrecting house calls as a way to improve health outcomes and lower costs.
Boston Hospitals Making House Calls To Lower CostsLocal hospitals are resurrecting house calls as a way to improve health outcomes and lower costs.
Mother Sues Lexington Company Over Paid Maternity LeaveA saleswoman is suing her Lexington company for denying her the 13-week paid maternity leave the company offers other biological mothers because her twins were delivered via a surrogate.
Woburn Company Develops Experimental Lung Cancer DrugA Woburn company has launched two Phase 3 trials for a potential treatment for non-small-cell lung cancer.
How Does The U.S. Credit Rating Downgrade Affect Me?Does the U.S. credit rating downgrade have you confused?
New York Pulls Ahead Of Boston For Venture Capital DollarsIn the last four quarters, New York companies have raised more money than Boston companies.
Rising Rents A Problem For Newbury Street ShopsNewbury Street’s post-recession retail recovery was highly touted, as a slew of new stores moved last year into spaces that emptied during the downturn.
Cambridge Company Advances Experimental Autism DrugCambridge-based Seaside Therapeutics has launched a clinical trial to study its drug to treat autism spectrum disorders.
Small Businesses Hit Hard By Insurance Rate HikesSmall local businesses are being hit hard by health insurance rate increases.

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