Later this week, 12 local business executives will be heading out to Palm Springs for Ernst & Young's Strategic Growth Forum, at which one could end up being named EY's National Entrepreneur of the Year. Read More
A gaggle of technology entrepreneurs, students, and investors made their way from Boston to Dublin last week to take part in one of Europe’s largest technology conferences, the Web Summit. Among 20,000 attendees and a roster of distinguished speakers, Boston’s finest shined bright at the event, showcasing the vast breadth of expertise this city fosters. Here's a look at the highlights.
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One of the Bay State's biggest game-development studios is leaving the 'burbs for downtown Boston this Friday. GSN Games, which creates Web-based and mobile games like Bingo Bash and GSN Casino, had been based at the Meditech/Adobe building on Route 128 in Waltham, but is heading to 100 Summer St., a short walk from South Station. GSN Games, previously known as GSN Digital, is part of the Game Show Network, whose owners are DirecTV and Sony Pictures. Many of GSN's most popular games pay out cash prizes to players.
Read MoreThe Brigham hosts a mental health hackathon for women this weekend
A hackathon at Brigham and Women’s Hospital this weekend is unlike a hackathon in all kinds of wonderful ways.
It's a code session for women, by women, and the focus will be mental health issues like anxiety, depression and anorexia that women are more susceptible to. Together, they encompass a fantastic intersection of the Venn diagram in the hacking space that almost no one has yet to touch.
Read MoreSome positive parking newsFuturistic Somerville is the first local city to green-light a parking app