Medical labs’ leftovers find uses elsewhere

Kerafast helps research teams find biologic materials they need, like a cell culture.

Kerafast Inc. is helping institutions clean out their freezers and reuse biological materials for new research through an online marketplace — a sort of craigslist for biologists.

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Nurses union says Brigham and Women’s cutting staff to unsafe levels

The accusations, denied by hospital officials, are being aired as a new state law on minimum nursing staff levels takes effect.

Staples, which has 1,800 stores nationwide, said it is looking into “a potential issue involving credit card data.”

Staples may be the latest target in string of credit card hacks

If its breach is confirmed, Staples would be the latest of many consumer brands that has fallen prey to hackers.

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New attack on iCloud is reported

News of the vulnerability came just as the new iPhone 6 arrived in Chinese stores after a monthlong regulatory delay.

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Once-booming law firm Bingham McCutchen struggling

Bingham McCutchen LLP, one of Boston’s most prominent law firms, has cut 225 lawyers since 2012

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2nd guilty plea in California tainted beef case

Eugene Corda entered the plea to one count of aiding and abetting in the distribution of adulterated, misbranded, and uninspected meat earlier this month.

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The new publication highlights the entrepreneurs and the contributors who make the state a national leader in innovation.

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Market Basket in turmoil

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A family feud is now an outright business crisis for the Demoulas Super Markets chain.

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