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Virtusa makes a buy, reports revenue jump

Sam Bonacci |

Business consulting and technology outsourcing company Virtusa of Westborough saw a double-digit increase in revenue in its first quarter of the year and raised its revenue forecast through the end...

TJX to acquire Australian retailer for $58M

Sam Bonacci |

The Framingham-based TJX Cos. will buy an Australian retailer, Trade Secret, for approximately $58.5 million, TJX announced Wednesday.

Hospitals: No comment on wrongful death suit

Emily Micucci |

Officials at MetroWest Medical Center and UMass Memorial Medical Center have declined to comment on a wrongful death lawsuit filed in federal court this month, implicating both hospitals in...

Waters Corp.’s 2nd-quarter earnings strong

Waters Corp. reported a 12.4-percent rise in earnings for the second quarter, along with a 3-percent jump in sales, the Milford-based manufacturer of laboratory instruments announced Tuesday.

Shopping malls add electric-vehicle chargers

Solomon Pond Mall in Marlborough and the Auburn Mall are among 12 shopping sites in Massachusetts and New Hampshire that have added charging stations for drivers of electric vehicles, the...

Lottery sees sales impact from Plainridge casino


With about three weeks of data in hand, state officials said Thursday that they have already noticed a dip in Lottery sales near the Plainridge Park Casino.

State to aid upgrades at Central Mass. YMCAs

Carol McDonald |

The YMCA of Central Massachusetts will install improvements at its five branches, using money from the state's finance and development agency.

Boston Scientific meets expectations in 'strong' 2nd quarter

Carol McDonald |

Marlborough-based Boston Scientific saw its operational revenue and profits rise in the second quarter, the company reported Thursday. The results are at the upper end of the company's guidance range.

Cambridge remains nucleus of biotech boom around state


On the heels of news that global pharmaceutical giant Pfizer plans to consolidate its local operations into a 500,000 square foot campus for about 1,000 employees in Cambridge, industry executives...

Commercial insurance begins for ReWalk with Spaulding patient

Emily Micucci |

ReWalk Robotics, the first company to bring an exoskeleton to market after approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, is celebrating a commercialization milestone that hits close to home...

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