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    1. Breaking the Mold

      Breaking the Mold
      Mel O’Leary called it “the turning point.” He was referring to work with Reebok in the early ’90s to develop something called the “dynamic mid-sole crossover,” or DMX cushion for short. This was the athletic shoe maker’s answer to Nike’s famous ‘pump,’ and for Ludlow-based Meredith-Springfield, it was much more than a $1 million, 18-month development project.
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    2. Marox Corp. Brings Surgical Precision to Medical Manufacturing

      Marox Corp. Brings Surgical Precision to Medical Manufacturing
      “Surgeons like it because they can see,” said Rosenkranz, Marox’s vice president of sales and marketing. “There are usually three titanium markers we assemble into PEEK, and on an X-ray they show up as three dots, showing surgeons how the implant is positioned.”
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    3. A Degree of Progress?

      A Degree of Progress?
      It’s called the American Graduation Initiative, an Obama administration program to pump $12 billion into the nation’s community college over the next decade. While administrators at those institutions welcome the federal help, some wonder out loud whether the measure will have any meaningful impact and do what its name implies – graduate more individuals into the workforce.
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