Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Oct 8, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, October 8, 2014

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First up, Scott Defelice, President and CEO of Oxford Performance Materials, drops in to talk about 3D printing medical devices and FDA regulation. Plus, Molly Wood, Technology Columnist at the New York Times, on Samsung's rough year. And Rob Spiro, co-founder of Good Eggs, talks about his food delivery startup that acts as a middleman between local farmers and customers.

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Oct 8, 2014
A startup that bridges the gap between local farmers and customers.

First up, Scott Defelice, President and CEO of Oxford Performance Materials, drops in to talk about 3D printing medical devices and FDA regulation. Plus, Molly Wood, Technology Columnist at the New York Times, on Samsung’s rough year. And Rob Spiro, co-founder of Good Eggs, talks about his food delivery startup that acts as a middleman between local farmers and customers.

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