Government & Politics

Nunnelly named Dept. of Revenue commissioner

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The Baker administration on Thursday introduced a former managing director of Bain Capital as the state's next revenue commissioner.

Government & Politics

Teacher survey finds support for PARCC over MCAS

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A group of Massachusetts teachers told the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education Tuesday that the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) test outperforms the MCAS...

 
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State treasurer proposes more activist role for PRIM’s proxy vote

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Signaling a more activist era at the state pension fund, Treasurer Deborah Goldberg on Thursday proposed using the $61 billion fund to make a stand on corporate diversity, environmental stewardship...

Becker names director of new data science program

Brittany Lopriore |

Becker College's new data science degree program hired Feyzi R. Bagirov of Boston, naming him founding director of the program, the college said Thursday in a statement.

Senate to take up early retirement bill in next two weeks

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Feds may fund cleanup of contaminated Franklin industrial site

Emily Micucci |

A former industrial site in Franklin that's heavily contaminated from decades-old manufacturing activity is getting new attention from the federal government.

AMSC issues reverse stock split

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Opinion

Ready for a little 'madness'? Bracketing Worcester's priorities

TIMOTHY MCGOURTHY Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Worcester's current median residential tax bill is $3,454, while the median commercial tax bill is $8,716. For that price, the city's taxpayers are purchasing an impressive array of...

Why we tuned out Radio Shack

FRANK CONTE Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

In the end, Radio Shack didn't know its own identity. In what will most likely be a major case study in business schools, the once world-famous electronics chain has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy...

Mass. schools not keeping pace with needs of our economy

ANDRE MAYER Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Progressive leaders see beyond themselves

MARCUS GONCALVES SPECIAL TO THE WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL |

'Locally grown' food holds potential for a greater bounty

JANET PIERCE Special to the Worcester Business Journal |
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Featured Local Business Event

Wednesday, Apr. 08

Workforce Training Fund Information Session

Presented by: Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board
When: 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Where: Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board, Worcester
For more information: http://www.mass.gov/wtfp
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Lists

Top IT service providers

Ranked by total number of employees as of January 2015

RankNameTotal staffYear founded
1Virtusa Corp., Westborough9,023*1996
2VCE Co. LLC **, Marlborough1,6002011
3Apps Associates LLC, Acton650***2002

Source: Each firm via surveys/Compiled by Roger Magnus. DND = Did Not Disclose.

* Total number of employees companywide (as of Dec. 31, 2014). ** Firm did not respond to request for information. Data are from 2014. *** Approximately.


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