Staples to be closed on Thanksgiving

Sam Bonacci |

With fall settling in, Framingham's Staples has already announced that its stores will not be open on Thanksgiving day, instead opting to push potential customers online.

Bose launches entry-level car sound system

Sam Bonacci |

Amid the bustle of the Paris Motor Show, Bose has introduced its first small vehicle sound system in the new Nissan Micra with speakers built right into the headrest.

Grossman Development Group to redevelop Providence building

Sam Bonacci |

Southborough's Grossman Development Group has announced plans to redevelop the former City Sports store at 271 Thayer St. in Providence.

Acacia Communications recognized for 68 job expansion

Acacia Communications of Maynard has been recognized for a $5.6 million expansion that added 68 new jobs by MassEcon in its latest Economic Impact Awards round.

First U.S. commercial procedure for Marlborough medical device

Laura Finaldi |

Marlborough-based CardioFocus announced Tuesday that its system for treating patients with irregular heart beats was used successfully in its first commercial U.S. procedure.

251-unit apartment complex sells for $60.5M

Sam Bonacci |

The Avalon Shrewsbury apartment complex has sold for $60.5 million to an affiliate of Boston-based Audubon Capital Partners.

Holliston co. debuts drug transport technology

Laura Finaldi |

Holliston-based Cold Chain Technologies today launched a new material that keeps drugs and vaccines safe while they're being transported.

Tegra grows through flexibility, quality

Franklin-based contract manufacturing organization Tegra Medical was established in 2007 and employs 740.

Free coffee from Cumberland Farms

Sam Bonacci |

Framingham's Cumberland Farms will be celebrating National Coffee Day this Thursday by giving out free coffee.

Bowditch & Dewey bring on new partner focused on financials and taxes

Sam Bonacci |

Matthew Morris has joined Worcester's Bowditch & Dewey as a partner in the law firm's Estate, Financial & Tax Planning Practice.

Boston Scientific undertaking $210M acquisition

Sam Bonacci |

Boston Scientific has entered into an agreement to acquire an endoscopic company for approximately $210 million.

Staples hires from within for new CEO

Sam Bonacci |

Amid ongoing restructuring and redirection for the Framingham office supply store, Staples’ board has named interim CEO Shira Goodman to the positions of president and CEO effective immediately.

After big successes, Marlborough looks to fill small spaces

On the back of major business wins, such as GE Healthcare Life Sciences and Quest Diagnostics, Marlborough now has its sights set on smaller businesses and downtown.

UPS hiring 696 in Central Mass.

Sam Bonacci |

As the temperature drops and the holiday season closes in, UPS is ramping up its hiring and looking for an additional 696 employees in the Central Massachusetts region.

Mass. co. to build $25M Netherlands cancer treatment system

Sam Bonacci |

Mevion Medical Systems is set to construct a $25 million dollar system that will bring proton cancer therapy for the first time to patients in the southeast region of the Netherlands.

BJ's partners with Ford

Sam Bonacci |

BJ’s Wholesale Club has announced a deal with Ford through its auto buying program.

Framingham receives $400K for pathway downtown

Sam Bonacci |

Framingham has received funds to complete a multi-use pathway designed to link residents in nearby neighborhoods to downtown transit.

Mobile medical services co. awarded industry creds

Laura Finaldi |

Westborough-based United Medical Systems, a mobile medical services provider, has been recognized for its ability to administer kidney stone lithotripsy and urological laser procedures safely and effectively, the company announced last week.

Sunovion human ADHD trial receives positive results

Laura Finaldi |

A six-week trial by Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. found the drug candidate dasotraline was generally well-tolerated and demonstrated a statistically significant difference in children with ADHD.

Ameresco secures $53M federal prison contract

Laura Finaldi |

Framingham renewable energy company Ameresco has entered into a $53-million contract with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons, an agreement that will reduce total power usage at a North Carolina correctional facility by 30 percent and cut annual energy and water costs by $3 million.

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