Brad Kane

Editor
Brad Kane is the Editor for Worcester Business Journal. Kane came to Worcester from its sister publication Hartford Business Journal, where he most recently served as managing editor. Kane talked his way onto HBJ’s staff in May 2010, previously working as a Boston Globe correspondent and a staff writer for the Patriot Ledger in Quincy. In another journalism life, he covered local politics in northern Ohio and southwest Florida. Kane has been honored for his work by the Alliance of Area Business Publications, the Florida Press Club, Ohio Associated Press and the National Society of Professional Journalists. He graduated The Ohio State University, with an honor’s degree in journalism. He lives calm, sleep-filled life in Wilbraham, Mass. with his wife, four young children and two dogs. In his 42 minutes of weekly free time, Kane runs the sidewalks, streets and trails of Western Massachusetts.

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HP to acquire SimpliVity for $650M

California computer giant Hewlett Packard Enterprises plans to acquire Westborough data storage provider SimpliVity for $650 million, which is a...

MedStar Ambulance settles $13M overpayment lawsuit

MedStar Ambulance, which has operations in Worcester and throughout Worcester County and MetroWest, has agreed to pay $12.7 million for overbilled...

Bowditch & Dewey to grow Worcester office by 33%

Because of an anticipated increase in workload from businesses and other clients, law firm Bowditch & Dewey plans to hire an additional 15 lawyers...

Marlborough airport for sale

The owner of the Marlboro Airport, the state's oldest privately owned commercial airport, has put the facility up for sale.

Whole Foods moving HQ to Marlborough

National grocery chain Whole Foods Market will relocate its North Atlantic regional headquarters to Marlborough this spring, according to the city's...

Southborough electric vehicle firm fighting to remove former chairman

A $50-million Southborough manufacturer specializing in parts for electric vehicles on Thursday made its case to shareholders to permanently remove...

Worcester City Council increases tax burden on businesses

In a 7-4 vote on Tuesday night, the Worcester City Council approved a 2017 tax plan that will further increase the gap between the rates of business...

State awards $322K to eight Central Mass. incubators

Three incubators in MetroWest received a collective $105,375 in incubator grants from MassDevelopment as part of a funding round focused on...

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