Dell EMC's Enterprise Content Division has launched a software suite that supports medical device documentation as well as pharmaceutical documentation.
Over the weekend, Firematic Supply Co. of Milford undertook a $4-million, station-by-station switch out to new respiratory protective equipment for the Boston Fire Department.
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Antonia G. McGuire was fresh out of high school and working at a hospital when she realized the healthcare field was for her.
A year after creating a new tourism agency, industry leaders are finding success promoting the region for rowing & swimming, brewery tours, international artists and waterslides.
From bulletproof vests to video games to a turtle prosthesis, Central Mass schools take varied approaches over the intellectual property of student projects.
The path from play architect as a child to real architect has taken Katie Crockett into her current role with Lamoureux Pagano Associates Architects & Project Managers in Worcester.
BJ's Wholesale Club today announced Thursday that it has donated more than 50 million pounds of food through its BJ's Feeding Communities Program.
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has assessed a $7,000 penalty to a Westborough developer for violations at a site in Southborough.
Marlborough drugmaker Sunovion Pharmaceuticals announced Friday it has purchased a company developing a Parkinson's disease treatment for approximately $635 million.
Craft, a global marketing agency, has named the new managing director for it's Framingham office that is comprised of former Staples' in-house staff.
Amendola Communications, an Arizona-based healthcare and healthcare IT public relations and marketing agency, has hired a long-time MetroWest professional to lead up the launch of its Boston arm.
Framingham's Staples is continuing to look for traction, and money, outside of its office-supply bubble, with the latest efforts focusing on partnering with companies to monetize its brand through a new licensing program.
New Jersey-based Valeritas, which has a research and development center in Shrewsbury, announced today it dispensed its 10 millionth insulin injection alternative.
Research released Tuesday by the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative has found 122 companies making up the state's robotics cluster employed more than 4,700 workers and generated more than $1.6 billion in revenue in 2015.
Westborough's Avery Dennison has announced the production of a larger RFID chip that will improve production capacity while also boosting the range for the product that is used to digitally tag shipments and retail items.
A global engineering group with an office in Framingham will provide architectural, engineering and project management services for a Norwood biotech's new manufacturing facility.
Cold Chain Technologies is in the process of moving into its new world headquarters in Franklin, a facility that gives the company 100,000 additional square feet for manufacturing and other operations.
Atlanta-based Osmose Utilities has signed a lease to open a new call center and New England administrative offices in Westborough.
Burtons Grill & Bar, which is headquartered in Boston and has 14 locations on the East Coast, plans to add seven locations in the next two years, including to Shrewsbury.