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    1. Sanofi-Aventis adds to local life sciences effort - Boston Business Journal:

      “This year, our Accelerator Loan Program will invest up to $5.5 million in promising early-stage companies, building on the $3.4 million in loans that we made available last year,” said Susan Windham-Bannister, president and CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center. “As this program continues to grow, we truly appreciate the support that leading private sector companies like Sanofi Aventis provide to help our early-stage companies achieve product development milestones and bring new technologies to the marketplace.”
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    2. Boston ranks as 9th-largest economy in U.S.

      Boston and New York may be equals when it comes to fielding strong athletic teams, but their economies are worlds apart. Boston's economic output is valued at roughly $300 billion — good enough to rank ninth overall in the United States. But tops on that list is New York City, the only U.S. metropolitan area with a trillion-dollar economy, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
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