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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Becker's Johnson named finalist for UMass job

Robert Johnson, president of Becker College in Worcester, is one of three finalists for the UMass Dartmouth chancellor position, the system announced...

Economist: Trump uncertainty clouding potential growth

The local, national and global economies will likely see accelerated growth in 2017, assuming they work through the uncertainties created by shifting...

Worcester virtual craft market donating commission to Creative Hub

Worcester startup LocalPorch announced over the weekend it will donate all of its 3-percent commission made on Mondays in February to arts nonprofit...

Milford Regional finished 2016 with $7M loss

The nonprofit Milford Regional Medical Center ended 2016 with a financial loss of $6.99 million, even as its revenue and total number of patients...

New $250K study to explore Worcester Auditorium cultural center

The Architectural Heritage Foundation in Boston has reached an agreement with the City of Worcester to conduct a $250,000 feasibility study on...

Worcester chamber using North County financing for startups

Needing a way to get financing for Greater Worcester's startups and non-traditional borrowers, Timothy Murray at the Worcester Regional Chamber of...

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...

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