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September 22, 2017

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$2.4B Wynn Boston Harbor gaming resort still set to open in 2019

The $2.4 billion Wynn Boston Harbor gaming resort, which Wynn Resorts bills as the largest single-phase privately funded development ever to be built in the history of Massachusetts, is a year into its 34-month construction timeframe. Here’s an inside Source: Boston Biz

$2.4B Wynn Boston Harbor gaming resort still set to open in 2019

The $2.4 billion Wynn Boston Harbor gaming resort, which Wynn Resorts bills as the largest single-phase privately funded development ever to be built in the history of Massachusetts, is a year into its 34-month construction timeframe. Here’s an inside Source: Boston Biz

Dell EMC to pay $110K in transgender discrimination settlement

Dell EMC has agreed to pay $60,000 to a transgender former intern in order to settle claims that she faced sex and gender identity-based discrimination while working at the company. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced that Hopkinton-based company will also pay $25,000 to each of two nonprofit organizations and will now submit all of

Dell EMC to pay $110K in transgender discrimination settlement

Dell EMC has agreed to pay $60,000 to a transgender former intern in order to settle claims that she faced sex and gender identity-based discrimination while working at the company. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced that Hopkinton-based company will also pay $25,000 to each of two nonprofit organizations and will now submit all of

State announces final appointments to marijuana oversight committee

The final three appointments to the state’s marijuana oversight authority have been made, rounding out the group charged with regulating and monitoring the recreational and medical marijuana industries. Attorney General Maura Healey appointed Britte McBride, a 39-year-old attorney from Lynnfield, to the commission. Kay Doyle, who served as deputy general counsel to the Massachusetts Department

State announces final appointments to marijuana oversight committee

The final three appointments to the state’s marijuana oversight authority have been made, rounding out the group charged with regulating and monitoring the recreational and medical marijuana industries. Attorney General Maura Healey appointed Britte McBride, a 39-year-old attorney from Lynnfield, to the commission. Kay Doyle, who served as deputy general counsel to the Massachusetts Department

Lexington biotech plots $86M IPO as key gene therapy trial nears

A Lexington biotech developing gene therapy treatments for rare eye diseases has announced plans to raise up to $86 million in an initial public offering. Nightstar Therapeutics, a 23-employee company with a 3,300 square foot office in Lexington and a smaller corporate headquarters in London, said in a federal filing on Thursday that it had

Lexington biotech plots $86M IPO as key gene therapy trial nears

A Lexington biotech developing gene therapy treatments for rare eye diseases has announced plans to raise up to $86 million in an initial public offering. Nightstar Therapeutics, a 23-employee company with a 3,300 square foot office in Lexington and a smaller corporate headquarters in London, said in a federal filing on Thursday that it had

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