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Global worker shortages loom in health tech sector

State House News Service |

A global shortage of software developers, on top of shortages of nurses and midwives in England, is creating challenges for the health technology industry, the head of a mobile software company...

Anna Maria launches online biz degree

Emily Micucci |

Anna Maria College of Paxton announced that it is now offering an online bachelor of science program in business administration, an accelerated model that's designed to cut the cost and length of...

Fitchburg shopping center sold

Emily Micucci |

Geronimo Properties of Leominster said it purchased the SouthFitch Shopping Center, a 30,000- square-foot retail property at the corner of John Fitch Highway and Summer Street.

Mass. energy chief highlights growth, more opportunity for renewables

Sam Bonacci |

The ongoing growth of renewable energy in Massachusetts and the jobs and independence it creates were highlighted by the state's secretary of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs...

SeaChange names new CEO

Rick Saia |

Video software manufacturer SeaChange International of Acton has hired an industry veteran as its new CEO, the company announced Tuesday.

3rd-quarter sales, profits jump at Waters

Rick Saia |

Milford-based laboratory instrument manufacturer Waters Corp. reported an 8-percent jump in sales for the third quarter and a 15-percent rise in net income as the company cited broad-based demand...

Consigli breaks ground for new Sandy Hook school

Rick Saia |

Consigli Construction of Milford, which is managing the construction of a new elementary school in Connecticut to replace the site of a gunman's fatal rampage in 2012, has broken ground for the...

Worcester County job gains: 6,000 year over year

Rick Saia |

Employers in Worcester County added more than 6,000 net jobs between September of last year and last month, part of a nearly 49,000-job gain statewide, according to data from the Patrick...

Feds prosecuting $43M tobacco smuggling case


Federal prosecutors allege a Connecticut man defrauded taxpayers in that state and in Massachusetts of $43 million in a tobacco smuggling case.

Worcester chamber uses StateBook to promote region

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce has signed on to use the StateBook International platform to increase business interest in the region.

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