The Epic campus in Verona, Wis., Wednesday, July 1, 2015. (Andy Manis for The Boston Globe)

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The treehouse on the Epic campus in Verona, Wis., hosts small meetings.

Epic Systems’ headquarters reflect its creativity, growth

Epic has become the dominant provider of electronic medical record systems for doctors and hospitals across the country. By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

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Amazon’s new storefront, Launchpad, takes on The Grommet

Amazon.com unveiled its new storefront, which borrows heavily from Somerville-based e-commerce site, The Grommet.

For 41 seasons, Artin Kouyoumdjian has been selling sausages outside of Fenway Park — but the competition is getting a lot tougher, he says.

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Despite grueling days, a happy Fenway sausage vendor

After 41 seasons, Fenway Park street vendor Artin Kouyoumdjian wonders how much longer he can last.

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Amazon’s new storefront, Launchpad, takes on The Grommet

Amazon.com unveiled its new storefront, which borrows heavily from Somerville-based e-commerce site, The Grommet.

Boston Public Market readies for Thursday opening

The 28,000-square-foot retail market features 37 vendors and an assortment of New England products.

Shirley Leung

Olympics bid is dead, but Brattle report will live on

The leaders of the Cambridge research firm think their study — which will cost as much as $250,000 — will still be worth the money.

Ten things you may have missed Tuesday from the world of business

Wells Fargo picks Boston for regional headquarters, McLean Hospital says tapes with data on 12,600 research subjects are missing, and more news from Tuesday.

Latinas’ wage gap is worst, study finds

The already yawning gender wage gap becomes a chasm in some lower-income jobs, especially for Hispanic women, new UMass-Boston research shows.

Amazon imagines drone zones for delivery fleet

The first wave of long-range commercial drones should be allowed to operate in a narrow, low-altitude band, according to Amazon.com’s vision of the future.

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Despite grueling days, a happy Fenway sausage vendor

After 41 seasons, Fenway Park street vendor Artin Kouyoumdjian wonders how much longer he can last.

Lawmakers urged not to soften pension safeguard

The state’s pension watchdog group is urging the Legislature to uphold a measure aimed at greater oversight of money in local retirement systems.

Shirley Leung

Leung writes a business column every Wednesday and Friday. Previously she served six years as the business editor overseeing daily and Sunday coverage.