Jacquelyn Gutc

Jacquelyn Gutc joined the Worcester Business Journal news staff in March 2012. She assists with online and social media content.


Former junkyard owner guilty of not reporting environmental hazards

A former junkyard owner was found guilty of failing to report contamination on his Leominster and Sterling property, the state announced.

Biotech firm to raise $2M

The Toronto-based parent company of Worcester's Antigen Express Inc. has announced a purchase agreement with investors that is expected to help the...

Survey: Consumers more optimistic about finances

Consumer confidence remained mostly unchanged between December and March, but consumers are starting to feel more optimistic about their finances for...

Patrick celebrates electric WRTA buses, announces EV incentives

Gov. Deval Patrick made two announcements regarding state investments in alternative fuel vehicles Thursday while attending the Worcester Regional...

Dover Saddlery rides high in Q4

Equestrian retailer Dover Saddlery closed 2013 on a strong note, the Littleton-based company announced Thursday.

MathWorks supports MIT with $2M funding

Following up on a 2012 pledge supporting Massachusetts Institute of Technology's OpenCourseWare, Natick-based MathWorks has pledged $2 million to...

Genzyme's MS drug approved in Brazil

Three months after being denied approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Cambridge-based Genzyme has won approval of its multiple sclerosis...

Southborough firm postpones IPO

Southborough-based Globoforce, which develops cloud-based social recognition software to help companies manage and motivate employees, said it will...

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