Despite Lack of Eggs, FDA Will Let Just Mayo Keep Its Name

New York — Just Mayo says it will get to keep its name, a decision that caps a rollercoaster year for the vegan spread that has rattled the egg industry. After months of discussions, Just Mayo’s maker Hampton Creek says it worked out an agreement with the Food and Drug Administration that lets the eggless spread keep its name, as long as a few changes are made to its label. The resolution comes after the FDA sent a warning letter to...

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At the Hospitals: Dec. 13, 2015

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Boards of Trustees Elect Chair, New Board Members Lebanon — Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s boards of trustees elected a new chair and three new members at its meeting earlier this month. Anne-Lee Verville, of Hopkinton, N.H., will begin her term as board chair on Jan. 1. She succeeds outgoing chair Robert Oden Jr., who will remain on the board and serve as vice chair. Verville worked at IBM for 30 years, retiring in 1997....

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Sorting Out Which Cybersecurity Firms Will Do the Best Job

Los Angeles — His reputation scorched by Edward Snowden, the former director of the National Security Agency is heading a cybersecurity startup that aims to shortcircuit data leakers, cyber warriors, terrorists and thieves. Keith Alexander’s new company, IronNet, is just one of dozens, possibly hundreds, of cybersecurity startups, a group that over the last couple of years has attracted nearly $5 billion in investments. “It’s the new...

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Technology Boards Still Lack Women

The boards of tech companies have been trying to shed their image as nearly all-white, all-male clubs. Last month, Microsoft added two female directors. Twitter is expected to revamp its board to include more women and minorities after it finally added its first female director in late 2013. And as Hewlett-Packard was splitting into two companies recently, the Rev. Jesse Jackson praised the two new companies’ boards — each of which...

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People in Business: Nov. 1, 2015
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People in Business: Nov. 1, 2015

Daphne Lowe, of Woodstock, a broker with Williamson Group Sotheby’s International Realty, was recently awarded the local Realtor of the Year award by the Windsor County Board of Realtors. Lowe, who also serves as president of the Windsor County Board of Realtors executive board, was recognized at the Vermont Realtors Achievement Awards dinner in Burlington on Oct. 7. She will be presented with an official award plaque at the Windsor...

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