Needham Local Business
Local business in Needham, MA
Thursday Jun 25 | via GlobeSt.com
Director of economic development and global affairs at MassBio Liz Steele , vice president for communications and marketing at the MLSC Angus McQuilken , acting vice president for business and corporate development for Xcovery Fred Meyer and president and CEO of Tyrogenex and Xcovery Michael D. Webb announce the opening of the Needham, MA office. WALTHAM, MA-The Boston-area life science and biotech industry continues to be a source of growth for the regional economy and the commercial real estate market. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 23 | via Patch.com
TripAdvisor has completed the construction of a brand new six-story, 280,892 square-foot building, that will serve as it's global headquarters in Needham. The plot of land has been purchased by a New York Real Estate firm, an entity controlled by U.S. Realty Advisors, according to a Boston Business Journal report . Comment?
Friday Jun 19 | via PR Log
Both will speak in the companion diagnostics in the clinic session. This conference is part of the Next Generation Dx Summit. Comment?
Thursday Jun 18 | via Business Wire
Michael D. Webb, president and CEO for both Tyrogenex and Xcovery, and several management and business development functions will be based in the Needham office. Tyrogenex and Xcovery also have offices in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 17 | via BioSpace
Tyrogenex, a leader in the development of novel kinase inhibitors to target angiogenesis, and Xcovery, a developer of next-generation targeted therapeutics for cancer, today announced the opening of a new office in Needham, Mass., in partnership with the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center during the Biotechnology Industry Organization's BIO International convention. Michael D. Webb, president and CEO for both Tyrogenex and Xcovery, and several management and business development functions will be based in the Needham office. Comment?
Monday Jun 15 | via Boston.com
A hiring bidding war broke out among a half-dozen of the Boston area's top executives last week - but it will be about a decade before the job candidate they were all clamoring for is old enough to report to the office. The object of their corporate desire was 11-year-old Maxwell Surprenant , a fifth-grader at St. Joseph Elementary School in Needham. Comment?
Copyright © 2015 Topix LLC