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Genzyme to slash
1,000 positions

Genzyme Corp., the Cambridge biotechnology company fighting a takeover attempt by a French drug giant, said it will eliminate 1,000 jobs, about 10 percent of the workforce, over the next 15 months to save money. (By Robert Weisman and Steven Syre, Globe Staff)

Building a life around a hole in the heart

Nine years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the children of the terrorists’ victims are still coming to terms with their utterly unfathomable loss. (By Sarah Schweitzer, Globe Staff)

City repair shop found
in complete disarray

Years of mismanagement and infighting at Boston’s vehicle and equipment garage have created a woefully inefficient and occasionally inept repair shop in need of a complete overhaul, according to a report from an outside consultant the city made public yesterday. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)

GOP focus is jobs, not health care

Republicans had promised to make the fall elections a reprise of the bitter, exhausting debate over what they call “Obamacare.’’ But two months before the vote, the GOP has adopted a more nuanced approach and folded the issue into broader attacks on the Democrats’ handling of the economy. (By Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)

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