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WBJ 40 Under Forty: A new crop of young leaders

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Economic Development

MetroWest leaders call for more transportation, 'soft skills'

Emily Micucci |

Respondents revealed careful optimism about the MetroWest economy in a 2014 survey issued in part by the Worcester Business Journal, and business leaders reinforced that sentiment at a forum...

Economic Development

Study: Worcester must work to keep college grads

John Agoglia |

Worcester is undeniably a college town. In the 2013-2014 school year, more than 7,500 students graduated from the 12 colleges in and around the city. But many of them may not stay here, and that...

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Real Estate

Bose building in Westborough acquired for $47M

Emily Micucci |

W.P. Carey Inc., a global real estate investment trust based in New York, has acquired an office building located inside the Westborough Technology Park for $47 million.

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Study: Thirty-somethings choose happiness over money

John Agoglia |

The old adage about money not being able to buy happiness may be true, especially for workers in their 30s, according to a study released Thursday by Clark University.

Health Care & Insurance

Allstate: Worcester worst when it comes to driving

Among 200 metropolitan areas in the United States, Worcester has the worst drivers, narrowly beating out Boston, Springfield and Providence for the last-place spot, according to a survey by Allstate...

 
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Milton firm buys Framingham retail building

John Agoglia |

A Milton-based company that sells components, tools, and replacement parts to the construction industry has purchased the former home of Framingham Motor Parts for $650,000, according to MetroWest...

Consumer goods industries urged: Focus on digital

Consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, those that provide products that need to be replaced frequently, such as food, beverages, and household products, need to boost their digital sales if they...

Market Basket parties as it welcomes back Artie (T., that is)

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