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These 10 tech firms are hiring 1,700 people in Greater Boston
Ten technology companies including Wayfair, Raytheon and Amazon have more than 1,700 job openings currently in Greater Boston, according to a Boston Business Journal review of company websites and job postings on other sites.
The companies are on growth tears in the Bay State, looking to scoop up talented software and mechanical engineers as well as sales and marketing experts.
Waltham defense contractor Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), for example, has 340 job openings listed on its website for locations…
Citing SJC ruling, Eversource withdraws natural gas application
Eversource, a gas and electric utility, on Monday withdrew its application for approval of natural gas transportation and storage contracts, which would run along a proposed pipeline called Access Northeast.
In its filing to the Department of Public Utilities the company cited a recent Supreme Judicial Court case limiting ratepayers' financing of such pipeline projects.
"In light of the Court's ruling, the Companies move to withdraw their Petition without Prejudice," wrote Danielle Winter, of Keegan…
Top local hospital executives voice support for Mass. AG's gun crackdown
Several top hospital executives have come out in support of Attorney General Maura Healey’s controversial crackdown on assault weapons, expressing “strong support and deep appreciation” for the mandate in a letter sent to Healey this month.
The letter was signed by Baystate Health President and CEO Dr. Mark Keroack; Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center President and CEO Dr. Kevin Tabb; Boston Children’s Hospital President and CEO Sandra Fenwick; Boston Medical Center President and CEO Kate…