Ari Haseotes, president and CEO of Framingham-based Cumberland Farms, participated in a White House panel discussion about employer strategy for managing workers.
The board of the off-price retailer TJX Companies Inc. has announced it will promote a replacement for long-time CEO Carol Meyrowitz from within, naming current president of the company Ernie Herrman as her successor.
An Acton startup that manufactures professional sports player figurines wants to move to Marlborough, according to documents submitted to the City Council by Mayor Arthur Vigeant on Thursday.
This morning, Milford Regional Medical Center officials and invited guests are gathering at the community hospital on Prospect Street to celebrate the end of a $54 million expansion project that adds space and technology in the emergency department and intensive care unit, as well as patient rooms.
The office building at 239 South St. in Hopkinton will be the new home of Gorman Richardson Lewis Architects and the Massachusetts office of Electronic Fluorocarbons, leasing out 8,009 square feet of space at the office building, according to Greater Boston Commercial Properties.
The Westborough-based online auction company Paid Inc. has hit a setback in its patent infringement lawsuit filed against e-commerce giant eBay in December 2013 with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has ruling it has failed to claim patent eligible subject matter.