On Monday, it was announced on that Israeli airline El Al will begin offering direct flights between Boston and Israel starting in the summer of 2015. It’s a move that may be a boon for the innovation ecospheres in both cities. More →
In a series of partnerships that echoes the days when the Siemens brothers helped stretch transatlantic cables from Cape Cod to the French coast, organizations from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts are connecting with counterparts in the French Republic to push technology and innovation forward in both Boston and Paris.
Last week ended with a flurry of announcements and news involving the strategic tech partnerships being formed between the Boston tech community and the burgeoning Paris innovation ecosystem.More →
City of Boston Mayor Martin Walsh has issued a proclamation making Wednesday “Tech Gives Back Day” in the city. Last week, Governor Deval Patrick, also proclaimed that September 10, will be Tech Gives Back Day for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.More →
Thursday will go down as one of the best examples of all that is right in the Boston tech and innovation community and made clear that the momentum that everyone in the “Innovation Economy” has been talking about for a couple of years now is, in fact, very real. More →
Within developer management circles, mention of the “Mythical Man-Month” draws knowing nods from anyone who has ever tackled even a moderate-sized project that ran late: It’s the concept that throwing more money and people at a project generally just makes it later. But throwing more — more people, more money, more time — at projects seems to be the marching orders when it comes to the state’s moderately ambitious technical projects.More →
Governor Deval Patrick on Thursday will propose sweeping legislation to make it easier for workers in technology, life sciences, and other industries to move from job to job by banning the noncompete agreements companies use to prevent employees from jumping to rivals.More →
Governor Deval Patrick will unveil new legislation this morning that addresses two issues with big potential to shape the future of the state’s innovation economy: employee noncompete agreements, which limit worker mobility and the pace of company creation here, and visas for foreign-born entrepreneurs and the key early employees who can help grow startups into industry heavyweights. The Globe has a front page story this morning on the proposals.More →