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  • Five things you need to know today, and the hot toy of 2017 December 11, 2017
    Happy Monday, Boston. Here are five important things you need to know in Boston business news today.  Net neutrality discussion ahead of this week’s vote Sen. Ed Markey joins business leaders from Rapid7, Carbonite, and the New England Venture Capital Association for a press conference at 10:30 this morning to discuss the Federal Communication Commission's upcoming net neutrality decision and the impacts of Open Internet Order on the state's digital economy, according to State House News…
  • Cambridge biotechs among big winners at ASH blood disease conference December 10, 2017
    A handful of local biotechs were among the major headliners this weekend at the American Society of Hematology’s annual blood disease conference in Atlanta. During the ASH conference, which runs through Tuesday, companies from across the country gather to unveil new data from trials of their drugs for blood cancer and other diseases, with investors keeping close tabs on the presentations. Here’s a look at four Cambridge-based biotechs that are making noise so far: bluebird bio (Nasdaq: BLUE):…
  • Here are the Mass. firms that saw their shares rise the most in 2017 December 10, 2017
    It's no surprise that the list of 2017's public companies with the biggest stock price gains is once again dominated by health care firms, specifically biotechs. What is a surprise is the number of companies on the list worth several billions of dollars. One reason for the prevalence of the health care sector on the list — 17 of the 25 — is the sheer number of biotechs in the state. Early-stage biotechs are often in the top several slots of lists of biggest stock gainers (as well as losers)…
  • Investments in IT, hospitals hurt UMass Memorial bottom line December 10, 2017
    Executives at UMass Memorial Health Care blamed depressed operating margins on hospital disruptions caused by the installation of a new IT system and several ongoing hospital renovation projects.
  • Millennium Tower Boston just sold its last penthouse condo for $10.6M December 9, 2017
    More than a year after its completion, the 60-story Millennium Tower Boston has sold its last luxury penthouse condo — for a price of more than $10 million. The buyer, however, remains a mystery. According to a county filing, the purchasing entity is known as One Franklin Street PH3B Realty Trust, and it paid $10.6 million for the 58th floor condo on Nov. 30. A company affiliated with tower developer Millennium Partners of New York, MP Franklin Residential Co LLC, was listed as the seller.…
  • Boston Globe details incidents of sexual harassment; fails to name names December 8, 2017
    Responding to at least 48 hours of rumors about a Boston Globe journalist who is no longer with the company following sexual harassment allegations, the media company published a story on Friday evening that disclosed incidents stretching back decades, but failed to identify the alleged perpetrators. In a story published online just before 6 p.m. Friday, the company said a male journalist at the Globe had resigned following allegations of lewd conduct from both inside the paper and outside the company.…
  • BU, WBUR suspend ‘On Point’ host Tom Ashbrook December 8, 2017
    Boston University and WBUR have suspended Tom Ashbrook, the host of the nationally syndicated “On Point” radio program, following unspecified allegations. “Yesterday, Boston University and WBUR received some allegations against Tom Ashbrook,” WBUR said in a statement published late Friday afternoon. “Tom will be on leave from his duties at WBUR while an outside organization hired by Boston University examines these allegations. We will decide a course of action after getting the results…
  • Boston Herald owes $31 million, bankruptcy filing shows December 8, 2017
    The Boston Herald has debt and other obligations of just over $31 million, primarily in pension and severance obligations to employees, the company said in a court filing Friday detailing why it has filed for bankruptcy and agreed to sell to GateHouse Media. By comparison, the Herald’s assets total $6 million, primarily in cash on hand and money owed, according to the filing, made in federal bankruptcy court in Delaware. Boston Herald Publisher Patrick J. Purcell announced the Chapter 11 bankruptcy…
  • Boston Herald files for bankruptcy, sells to GateHouse Media December 8, 2017
    The Boston Herald announced on Friday that it will be sold to GateHouse Media after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Reporters at a Friday afternoon meeting said GateHouse paid $5 million — $4.5 million in cash plus $500,000 in earned time. The acquisition is subject to court approval. Boston Herald Publisher Patrick J. Purcell made the announcement to Herald staff on Friday. The Herald reported that the announcement came on Friday afternoon as Purcell gathered management and staff in the Herald…
  • O’Connell to stay on as CEO of Boston’s ‘New Vault’ December 8, 2017
    The powerful business group had been searching for his replacement after he said he would step down.

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NRPC Seminar: FDIC Insured Investments

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Title: NRPC Seminar: Principal Protected Investments
Location: 330 Homer Street, Newton, MA 02459
Description: Principal Protected Investments combine some of the features of a fixed-income security, such as return of principal at maturity, with the potential for capital appreciation that you get from equities. They are designed to protect against losses at maturity, while providing the opportunity to participate in the gains on an equity investment.

Presented by: Mr. Richard Suder, CFA, CFP®, ChFC, CLU, CRPS, AAMS

Richard is an experienced independent financial advisor and the President of Auri Elan Financial Group located in Newton.  Securities and Advisory Services offered through LPL Financial. A Registered Investment Advisor, Member FINRA/SIPC. He holds various prestigious professional designations including Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), and etc.

Start Time: 19:00
End Time: 20:30
Date: 2011-03-10

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