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Alcohol distributor spends $7.2M for Holliston HQ

Sam Bonacci |

A warehouse in Holliston has sold for $7.2 million to Framingham’s Atlantic Importing as the alcohol distributor prepares to move its headquarters as part of an expansion.

Littleton co. brings proton therapy cancer treatment to Ohio

Laura Finaldi |

Mevion Medical Systems, which makes proton therapy systems for use in radiation therapy for cancer patients has had one of its systems perform the first ever proton therapy treatment in the state of...

Heartware International revenue drops to $69M

Sam Bonacci |

The struggles at Heartware International continue as the company saw continued year-over-year losses in the second quarter of 2016.

Avidia Bank expands leadership

Sam Bonacci |

Avidia Bank has expanded its leadership team as it prepares for future growth, the $1.3-billion community bank announced this week.

Boston Scientific outperforms in sales; spends $618M on litigation

Sam Bonacci |

Boston Scientific continues to press forward with more than $2 billion in sales in the second quarter of the year, growing adjusted earnings year-over-year despite $618 million in litigation costs.

Julio's selling off rare whiskies

Sam Bonacci |

Julio’s Liquors in Westborough will sell off a number of rare whiskies this weekend through a special lottery system.

Harvard Bioscience spends $1.7M on embezzlement investigation

Sam Bonacci |

Harvard Biosceince has so far put $1.66 million into a forensic investigation, according to the company’s financial report in which a loss of $700,000 was reported for the first two quarters of...

Milford Regional recognized for treatment of substance-exposed infants

Laura Finaldi |

Milford Regional Medical Center has been recognized for its treatment of infants exposed to drugs or alcohol while in the womb.

Sunovion to seek FDA approval for COPD treatment

Laura Finaldi |

Marlborough-based Sunovion Pharmaceuticals will seek regulatory approval for a new, quick-acting treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, after a final human trial reported positive...

Debate ramps up over Healey's weapons crackdown

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A letter from Gov. Charlie Baker to Attorney General Maura Healey has added to the debate around so-called copycat guns.

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