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The long run

Five that survived say focus and flexibility are the keys to consistent performance

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / May 20, 2008

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For two tumultuous decades, through technology crashes, housing busts, and recessions, the Globe 100 has chronicled the state's changing economy with its annual ranking of top-performing public companies in Massachusetts. Over the years, minicomputer firms vanished and medical-device companies emerged, manufacturing lost out to software, and software gave way to biotechnology. (Full article: 626 words)

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