$40k for a marble? Have you lost your you-know-what?

Carly Andrulat (right) of South Windsor, Conn., enjoyed the Northeast Marble Meet with her cousin, Maggie, and mother, Annette.

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For committed collectors, marbles are a serious enterprise that can generate thousands, maybe tens of thousands of dollars during a single weekend at a trade show.

Customers shopped at the Market Basket in Burlington over the summer.

Market Basket cited as a model for other companies

US Labor Secretary Thomas Perez praised Arthur T. Demoulas for fostering an environment where workers could be heard.

Reebok has attracted a $2.2 billion bid.

Bidder viewed as likely to keep Reebok local

The $2.2 billion bid comes from Jynwel Capital, a Hong Kong private equity firm.

Most victims of human trafficking enter the US legally, study says

They later became indentured servants after their immigration papers were taken away by traffickers and recruiters.

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Voyager Therapeutics marks the opening of its new headquarters in Cambridge

Voyager Therapeutics, a gene therapy company launched by Third Rock Ventures in February, is marking the opening of its permanent headquarters and research labs on Sidney Street in Cambridge.

Staples looking into potential credit card data breach

Staples has been in touch with law enforcement officials about the issue.

Unum Therapeutics, a cellular immunotherapy company, launches with $12m

Unum Therapeutics announced its launch Tuesday with $12 million in funding led by Fidelity Biosciences and Atlas Venture, with participation from Sanofi-Genzyme BioVentures.

Jay Samit is the new chief executive of SeaChange International

SeaChange International Inc., an Acton company that makes video software, said Tuesday that its board of directors has unanimously appointed Jay Samit as chief executive.

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IRobot gets $7.6m order from Navy division

Bedford’s iRobot Corp. received a $7.6 million order from the Navy for robot upgrades and spare parts.

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