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What is power? How is it attained? Is it by dint of a position or job title? By a vote of peers or constituents? This year's Boston Business Journal Power 50 list again spotlights the men and women in Greater Boston who are not only leading by example but who are also unafraid to take chances. https://bit.ly/2PpThOy
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Jessica Bartlett reports that one marijuana business has identified a loophole in state regulations thatcould help it speed up the process of opening what would be one of the first adult use dispensaries in Massachusetts. https://bit.ly/2y7snnS
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Jessica Bartlett reports that the group responsible for keeping an eye on health care costs said that a controversial proposal to mandate nurse-staffing limits would cost between $676 million and $949 million annually — a figure that's close to what hospitals said it would cost them, and far higher than nurses unions have said.
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The state’s health care watchdog said a controversial ballot proposal to mandate nurse-staffing limits would cost between $676M and $949M annually to implement, as hospitals work to hire thousands of additional nurses. https://bit.ly/2OABFC4
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Catherine Carlock reports that Boston Properties wants develop an 18-story glass office tower in Cambridge’s Kendall Square — which would likely house Google Inc. — along with a 34-story residential tower. The project would replace the existing MIT Coop building put a whole new face on the nation's densest startup neighborhood. https://bit.ly/2Ox2KpP
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Since August 2016, GE has parted ways with its CFO, two vice chairs, its head of investor relations, and its HR chief — to name just a few positions. Here is a deeper look at the executives who have left GE (NYSE: GE) over the past two years — and what they’re doing now.
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Here are three things to know about GE's new CEO, 55-year-old Larry Culp, as he takes the helm of the largest public company in Mass. https://bit.ly/2RgCij4 $GE
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More breaking news: Momenta Pharmaceuticals has laid off nearly half of its staff, including several C-level execs, as part of a restructuring and exit from biosimilars. https://bit.ly/2IteiVL
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Mass. high court rules universities can sometimes be liable for students’ suicides http://bit.ly/2rqDp4a
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