Boston Sci fetes Minn employees

An ice sculpture juice bar, the soothing sounds of Al Green, a pep talk from CEO Ray Elliott--just some of the ways Boston Scientific pumped up its Minnesota employees last week. Clad casually in loafers and shirt-sleeves, Elliott was flanked by two huge video screens projecting his image as he paced about the stage expounding on the company's strategic plan. Employees were thanked by patients treated with devices they made, feted and fed at an elaborate celebration the company declined to put a price-tag on. Report

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