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Framingham firm receives N.Y. certification

Framingham-based Boston Heart Diagnostics Corp. announced it can now serve patients with its diagnostics into personalized nutrition and lifestyle programs for patients with or at risk...

State fines builder over asbestos removal

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection said it has fined Town and Country Builders of Whitinsville and its owner, Denis Latour, for allegedly failing to follow safe and...

Report: VCs invest more for software, less for life sciences

The software industry in the United States drew $4 billion in venture capital during the first quarter of this year, its highest level in 14 years, according to a report from...

WPI alum named first entrepreneur-in-residence

John Agoglia |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute has picked an alumnus and business executive as its first entrepreneur-in-residence, a role the school said will help students, faculty, and alumni...

Anna Maria College names interim president

John Agoglia |

Mary Lou Retelle, the executive vice president at Anna Maria College, will become interim president of the Paxton school after President Jack P. Calareso leaves in July to take on a...

Deloitte: Positive consumer spending outlook

John Agoglia |

Despite a slight dip in its consumer spending index in March, consulting firm Deloitte foresees positive conditions ahead for U.S. consumers."The...

Mass. added 8,100 jobs in March

John Agoglia |

Massachusetts employers added 8,100 jobs last month, continuing a year-long trend of job growth, the Patrick administration announced today.

Experts brainstorm ways to hook youth on manufacturing

Michael Novinson |

Academic, business and political leaders brainstormed ways Wednesday to attract more young people into manufacturing, from improving education to tapping the awe-inducing capabilities of information...

McKeehan to retire at North Central chamber

Rick Saia |

David McKeehan, the only president and CEO in the 30-year-history of the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce, will retire at the end of the year, the Fitchburg-based organization...

UMass Memorial cuts services, 103 full-time jobs in Worcester

Emily Micucci |

UMass Memorial Health Care announced Wednesday the elimination of 103 full-time equivalent positions at its Worcester locations in the system's latest round of layoffs, which began in March.

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