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Globe reporter Janelle Nanos sits down with leaders in the city’s business community to talk about their career paths, work and accomplishments, as well as their vision for Boston’s future.

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Singapore startup Biofourmis raises $35m, plans headquarters move to Boston

Biofourmis makes a system that combines biosensors, artificial intelligence software, and a mobile app to monitor patients with chronic medical conditions.

After 2017 sexual harassment complaints, union official now up for a promotion

Tyrek D. Lee Sr. was executive vice president of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East when he was placed on leave.


UMass Gaston Institute gets $1 million donation

Stories you may have missed from the world of business.

Stakes high in New Hampshire timber industry debate

New Hampshire’s wood-fired power plants helped support the timber industry for nearly four decades. But their days could be numbered now.

T-Mobile, Sprint soar after FCC chairman says he’ll recommend deal

T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. jumped as Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said he’ll recommend his agency approve the companies’ $26.5 billion merger, turning attention to whether the deal also will win a needed clearance from antitrust regulators.


With new ads, Papa Gino’s promotes New England’s ‘official’ pizza

The chain’s new chief marketing officer turned to a local ad agency to launch the pizzeria chain’s first major ad campaign in five years.

Coalition urges state to delay payroll tax for family leave program

The advocates say there’s a need for a three-month extension of the July 1 deadline for approval of employers’ private paid and family medical leave plans and the start of required plan contributions.

E Ink’s latest foray: self-darkening windows

The Billerica company behind e-book reader displays wants to light up — and darken — your home.