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EMC Corp. lowers outlook, will cut jobs

Carol McDonald |

Data-storage giant EMC Corp. reported Thursday that it had closed the fourth quarter with a 12 percent increase in net income, but missed the mark on revenue expectations.

City manager: Post-blizzard cleanup continues

Carol McDonald |

In Worcester, the aftermath of Monday and Tuesday's blizzard means another day off today for public schoolchildren, and another day hard at work for street crews.

JetBlue quarterly earnings fly high

JetBlue reported a very strong fourth quarter Thursday, largely on lower fuel prices.

Harrington opens new Webster emergency department

The new Remillard Family Emergency Department officially opened its doors Thursday at the Webster campus of Harrington HealthCare.

Northworks Bar & Grille loses lease, closes

Carol McDonald |

Northworks Bar & Grille has lost its lease and closed its doors at 106 Grove St. in Worcester as the result of a reported parking crunch.

Despite challenges, Clark poll reveals optimism among today's adults

Emily Micucci |

A recent Clark University poll revealed somewhat surprising results about today's 20- and 30-somethings' take on life: They're largely content and optimistic about the future.

Mass. recovering from Juno's blow

State House News Service Emily Micucci |

As the blizzard called Juno rose up through Nova Scotia, Massachusetts roads were fully open Wednesday morning for the first time since Monday and Gov. Charlie Baker has urged residents to break back...

Net income up for Unitil Corp. in 2014

Annual net income increased 14 percent for New Hampshire-based power company Unitil Corp., driven by higher natural gas and electric sales, according to an earnings statement released Wednesday.

Disagreement brewing over earned sick time

State House News Service |

An effort to make business-friendly changes to the earned sick time law passed by voters in November has encountered opposition from the organization that led the push for the ballot law.

HVAC firm moves from Marlborough to Worcester

Temp Air Inc., which makes and installs temporary HVAC systems, has moved its Massachusetts operations from along the 495 belt in Marlborough to Worcester.

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