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Elena Spencer, CEO of the Kendall Square Orchestra.

Kendall Square musicians bring their orchestra to Symphony Hall

Bold Types is our weekly roundup of the movers and shakers of Boston's business scene. 2 hours ago

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's South Hamilton campus.

Gordon-Conwell moving main campus to Boston

Stories you may have missed from the world of business. 2 hours ago

Wentworth Institute of Technology is partnering with developers to build a large life science building on Huntington Ave.

Wentworth plans labs on sports field across from MFA

Wentworth re-starts long-stalled lab project along Huntington Ave. in partnership with new development team. 2 hours ago

Orlando Duque of Colombia dives from the 27.5 meter platform during the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Boston on August 25, 2013.

Cliff Diving World Series to return to the ICA and Boston Harbor

Some of the world’s most elite divers are coming to town next month, and from atop the Institute of Contemporary Arts, they’ll leap, twist, and somersault into Boston Harbor.

Tech Power Players 50

Tech Power Players 50

The Tech Power Players 50 is a list of the most influential – and interesting – people in the Massachusetts technology scene, as ranked by the Globe’s business journalists and an external advisory committee.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the tech world  — at Akamai and beyond — became more heads-down and distributed.

The pandemic spurred a shift in local tech leaders’ impact and influence

The whole notion of power and influence seems to have changed over these past 26 months.

Will Ahmed is the founder and CEO of Whoop, a fitness wearable startup that is at the forefront of a pack of well-funded companies poised to take over leadership of the region.

Will Ahmed — and his wearables — are at the forefront of tech’s future

The founder and CEO of Whoop — #41 on the list — makes sensor-laden wristbands that collect and analyze health metrics.

Jody Rose and Jeff Bussgang — the cofounders of the Boston nonprofit Hack.Diversity — have connected hundreds of underrepresented tech professionals with firms such as Wayfair, Rapid7, Klaviyo, and Vertex Pharmaceuticals since 2016.

Jody Rose and Jeff Bussgang are tackling tech’s diversity problem

The pair cofounded Hack.Diversity, a nonprofit that aims to mend tech hiring practices that have long excluded people from underrepresented communities. They're #11 on the list.