Cultivate, three others to negotiate with Worcester for retail cannabis approvals

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester will begin negotiations for a host community agreement with four more retail cannabis stores, bringing the total number of retail stores to enter that stage to 13.

Historical Commission OKs U-Haul facility at vacant factory

Zachary Comeau |

A project to renovate the former Melville Shoe Co. building at 44 Hammond Road in Worcester into a self-storage facility passed one hurdle as the Historical Commission signed off.

Fallon Health joins national health alliance

Worcester health insurer Fallon Health has joined a national alliance of health plans and provider groups as just the second member from Massachusetts.

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Phio Pharma CEO Cauwenbergh to retire

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough biotech Phio Pharmaceuticals CEO Geert Cauwenbergh is retiring, and the company's chief operating officer is taking his place.

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Natick Mall Apple store reopening Saturday

A renovated and expanded Apple store will reopen Saturday in the Natick Mall after a nine-month closure.

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Sudbury chocolatier teams with brewer Trillium

Sudbury chocolate maker Goodnow Farms Chocolate has joined with popular craft brewer Trillium Brewing to make a chocolate stout and a special chocolate bar.

 
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How is automation impacting your business?

Worcester Business Journal has teamed with The MassHire Central Workforce Board to study how automation is impacting company operations in the region.

Former Worcester shoe factory to be rehabilitated for U-Haul storage facility

Zachary Comeau |

A vacant 225,000-square-foot building and former manufacturing facility of the Melville Shoe Corp. is proposed to be repurposed as a U-Haul storage and retail facility in Worcester.

CCC chief: alcohol, marijuana regulation not the same

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Ad & marketing communications firms

Ranked by annual gross billings, then no. of local employees

RankFirmGross billingsYear founded
1Davis Advertising, Worcester$25 million1948
2Turtle Transit Inc., Hudson$5 million2001
3Wakefly Inc., Marlborough$4.7 million2002

Source: Each firm via survey


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