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Target’s new collection for kids trumpeted as being gender-neutral

Pillowfort was designed based on feedback from guests seeking more universal, mix-and-match pieces, a spokeswoman said.

Boston steam plant site to be redeveloped

A prime piece of state-owned land, at the southern entrance to downtown Boston, is going on the market.

Genzyme sales climb 29.5 percent in 2015

Sanofi SA said that sales rose 29.5 percent last year at its Cambridge-based division, outpacing the company’s overall revenue gain of 9.7 percent.

Wind farm developer expands from Mass. into N.J.

About six months after Danish company DONG Energy established its US headquarters in Boston, the company is already making plans to grow.

Document: Read Gina Raimondo’s e-mails in pursuit of GE

Rhode Island ultimately lost to Massachusetts as General Electric selected Boston for its global headquarters.

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In the ad campaign ‘Time Is Precious,” the Biotechnology Innovation Organization showcases the value of cutting-edge treatments.


Drug makers seek to blunt criticism of price hikes

Two industry groups launched advertising that highlights how their breakthroughs can improve or safe lives.

Stat | Pharmalot

// Drug industry’s image problem isn’t just about Martin Shkreli

Rising prices are a problem for every drug maker. Blaming a few outliers fails to tell the whole story.


// R.I. still hopes to reap benefits from GE relocation process

The fact that Providence was competitive with Boston could help the state’s governor when she tries to persuade other companies to come.


// Harvard Medical School students decry lack of faculty diversity

A petition signed by more than 300 students calls for president Drew Faust to hire a dean committed to diversity.