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Secretary of State alleges billion-dollar Ponzi scheme by Marlborough company

Emily Micucci |

Secretary of State William Galvin has filed a civil complaint against Marlborough marketing firm TelexFREE, alleging the company is "merely a veiled pyramid and Ponzi scheme"...

Producer Price Index sees small gains

JOHN AGOGLIA |

The Producer Price Index (PPI), which measures price changes for products before they reach consumers, climbed 0.5 percent in March, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) said. This followed a...

 
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Framingham firm receives N.Y. certification

Framingham-based Boston Heart Diagnostics Corp. announced it can now serve patients with its diagnostics into personalized nutrition and lifestyle programs for patients with or at risk...

State fines builder over asbestos removal

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection said it has fined Town and Country Builders of Whitinsville and its owner, Denis Latour, for allegedly failing to follow safe and...

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Karyopharm finds clinical partner, possible new uses for cancer drug

Emily Micucci |

Karyopharm Therapeutics of Natick has produced promising results as it develops its cancer drug, KPT-330. Now, the startup is exploring other potential applications for its technology.

EMC wins 10-year federal contact

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Opinion

On energy policy, U.S. has come a long way from ‘jawboning’

vincent devito Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

During President George W. Bush's administration, we used the term "jawboning" to address just about any energy crisis. This was a policy Bush set in 1999, when he was a...

‘Frontier’ markets bring all-new opportunities and challenges

marcus gonCalves Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Emerging markets have been on a tear over the past decade. BRICS countries — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — powered the high growth rate in those economies,...

Is the Health Connector really getting better all the time?

david a. shore Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Mass. needs a more flexible, less-bottled-up recycling law

christopher flynn Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Worcester's growth hinges on transportation investments

John Mahoney Special to the Worcester Business Journal |
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Featured Local Business Event

Tuesday, Apr. 29

Massachusetts Advanced Manufacturing

Presented by: Mass Development
When: 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Where: DCU Center, Worcester
For more information: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=kenHxuBUmskaPmZ0GdbfDA#
Description: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is pleased to host the second annual Advanced Manufacturing Summit in Worcester. This full-day summit will bring together hundreds of leading executives and managers from the manufacturing industry to share best practices, network, and discuss opportunities and challenges.

OEM panels and peer workshops will be moderated by experts from the aeronautics, defense, life sciences, and electronics industries. Topics will include sustainability, supply-chain strategies, advanced technologies, and best business practices to gain and maintain a competitive edge in today's ever-changing global economy.

 
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Top Green Buildings

Ranked by gross square footage

RankBuildingGross Square FootageCertification Level
1Albert Sherman Center, UMass Medical School, Worcester512,580Gold
2Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital, Department of Mental Health, Worcester430,000Gold
3Endosurgery Headquarters Renovation, Boston Scientific, Marlborough401,511Certified

Sources: The U.S. Green Building Council and individual institutions/companies. Notes: Projects listed are those that have achieved certification with the U.S. Green Building Council as of 03/26/2014. Additional projects are working towards certification./Compiled by Heide Martin and Roger Magnus.


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