The third quarter of 2010 is going out with a monsoon in New England. It seems like a good time to hole up indoors and look back at some of the top stories we’ve done at Xconomy Boston over the past three months.
These are our editors’ picks. They aren’t necessarily the ones that got the most traffic or the most attention. Rather, they are stories that highlight our unique style of on-the-scene reporting and in-depth analysis, and will stand the test of time. They range from startup profiles in health IT, security software, and drug development, to analysis pieces on leading companies’ acquisition and expansion strategies, to unique venture capital perspectives and quirky, strange-but-true facts about New England innovation leaders.
So, without further ado, here are our top 20 stories of the third quarter, in reverse chronological order (plus a bonus story, in honor of Unica founder Yuchun Lee, a former member of the MIT Blackjack Team, selling his company to IBM for $21 a share):
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