Technology

Worcester office mostly spared in EnerNOC reductions

Sam Bonacci |

Boston-based EnerNOC's approximately 30 full time employees will mostly be spared in the 15 percent reductions announced last week by the energy management company.

Banking & Finance

Webster Five opening customer contact center

Sam Bonacci |

The Webster Five Cents Savings Bank will open a customer contact center at the bank's Auburn location this October.

 
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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.

Sexual assault, terrorism focus of Worcester conference

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

House tees up spending bill

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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.

Tegra grows through flexibility, quality

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Opinion

Taking care of our caregivers

BILL BACIC |

Supporting aging parents, caring for a spouse or significant other, or celebrating the arrival of a new child are milestone moments that often require large amounts of time and energy...

Urban revitalization needs community cooperation

JULIE HOLSTROM Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

The Worcester of 30 years ago is a far cry from the Worcester of today and it is our responsibility as good community stewards to build upon the city's successes.

Congress must promote Central Mass. exports

JAMES T. BRETT Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Pay Equity Act friendly to plaintiffs

AMANDA MARIE BAER Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Tax-free weekend is an essential economic driver

W. STUART LOOSEMORE Special to the Worcester Business Journal |
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Lists

Largest law firms in Central Massachusetts

Ranked by no. of local attorneys as of May 2016

RankFirmNo. of attorneysManaging partner
1Mirick, O'Connell, DeMallie & Lougee LLP63David Surprenant
2Bowditch & Dewey LLP61James Hanrahan
3Fletcher Tilton PC44Richard Barry

Source: Each firm via survey


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