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Southbridge firm to pay $400K over unnecessary urine tests

Zachary Comeau |

A settlement with the state Attorney General Maura Healey's office will see a Southbridge clinical laboratory pay more than $400,000 to resolve claims it billed MassHealth for unnecessary drug...

IPG Photonics purchases 10 acres in Oxford

Oxford laser equipment manufacturer IPG Photonics has purchased 10 acres of land just four miles away from its current headquarters.

IPG Photonics reports record year with $1.4B in sales

Zachary Comeau |

Despite a $47 million tax bill from bringing home foreign earnings, Oxford's IPG Photonics grew its 2017 net income by 33 percent to $347.6 million.

Southbridge manufacturer gets 35% of energy from solar

Southbridge cutting tool manufacturer Hyde Industrial Blade Solutions has installed 784 solar panels on its 170,000-square-foot building, and now the company gets 35 percent of its electricity needs...

Sturbridge optics manufacturer inks deal with U.S. customs

Sturbridge manufacturer of contraband detection equipment Optim has been awarded a five-year no-bid contract to provide equipment to the U.S. Customers and Border Patrol.

The Bridge joins four Central Mass. agencies in ACO partnership

Emily Micucci |

Five Worcester-area agencies have joined forces to create a community partner group aimed at serving MassHealth patients.

Oxford CPAP company to open NH office

Oxford-based CPAP machine sanitizing company SoClean announced Wednesday its plans for a corporate office in New Hampshire.


Two employees at Sturbridge-based McCurdy Insurance passed licensing exams. Justin Bellinger, commercial lines manager, and Emily Simons, a personal...

Boardroom Gap: Women vastly underrepresented in Central Mass. corporate leadership

Grant Welker |

A three-month WBJ investigation into 75 prominent Central Massachusetts business organizations found women comprise a disproportionately low percentage of senior executives and board seats.

Tri-Valley Inc. gets new CEO

Tri-Valley Inc. has promoted Elisabeth “Lisa” Prince to executive director and CEO, the Dudley-based nonprofit announced Tuesday.

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