Steven Syre

Syre writes about local business, economics, and markets twice weekly in the Globe’s Boston Capital column. He joined the Globe in 1995 and previously wrote a financial column in the Boston Herald.

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Applying 20 years of business lessons

By , Globe Correspondent

As a columnist, I had a lot to say about running businesses. Now, I’m trying it myself.

Steven Syre | Boston Capital

Mostly hits, a few misses for Boston Capital

By , Globe Columnist

From Boston Beer’s sudsy success to star managers, IPOs, and favorite rogues, here’s a 20-year retrospective by a columnist writing his last Boston Capital column.

Steven Syre | Boston Capital

A lesson for Boston College’s business school dean

By , Globe Columnist

Andrew Boynton, dean of BC’s Carroll School of Management, agreed to pay $60,000 to settle charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Hedge fund loses challenge of patent for Biogen’s MS drug

By , Globe Staff

The loss is a setback to Texas hedge fund manager Kyle Bass and his attempts to invalidate key intellectual property rights of leading biotech companies.