Now available at Apex Center: Axe-throwing!

Grant Welker |

Visitors to the Apex Entertainment Center in Marlborough can already go bowling, race go-karts, play bumper carts or laser tag. Now they can play lumberjack.

Worcester staffing firm to pay $95K over Dudley workforce violations

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester agency Southern Mass Staffing will pay $95,000 in penalties for a labor scheme keeping minimum wage, overtime and sick time pay from hundreds of workers at a Dudley aerosol factory,...

Leasing begins for $90M Front Street apartments

Zachary Comeau |

Leasing has begun for the new $90-million luxury apartment development on Front Street in Worcester, according to the property manager.

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Hologic partners with Minnesota firm on athlete body composition system

Zachary Comeau |

Medical technology firm Hologic is teaming up with the University of Minnesota to help coaches and professional trainers tailor athletes' bodies to their specific sport or position.

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Dave & Buster's slated for Natick Mall

Grant Welker |

A Dave & Buster's entertainment complex is slated to move into the upper floor of the Sears department store at the Natick Mall, which would be its first Central Massachusetts location.

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Frank Carroll lists Main Street building for $4.8M

A 76,700-square-foot building on Main Street in Worcester owned by businessman Frank Carroll is for sale for $4.8 million.

 
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Aspen Aerogels ends 2017 in $19.3M hole

Zachary Comeau |

Northborough-based Aspen Aerogels had a strong fourth quarter and reduced its net loss by $4 million, but it still ended the year in the red with a net loss of $19.3 million.

Gov. Baker wants drug companies to do more to fight opioid addiction

State House News Service |

Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday outlined a series of areas where he'd like to see the federal government and the pharmaceutical industry each get more "aggressive" in the fight against opioid...

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Ad & marketing communications firms

Ranked by annual gross billings, then no. of employees

RankFirmAnnual gross billingsYear founded
1Davis Advertising, Worcester$30 million1948
2Turtle Transit Inc., Hudson$4.8 million2001
3Rainier Communications*, Westborough$2 million1993

Source: Each firm via survey *tied with Surabian Advertising, Worcester


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