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Littleton division of Curtiss-Wright sold

A Littleton-based division of defense contractor Curtiss-Wright Corp. has been sold to a Minneapolis manufacturer, the two companies announced late last week.

State signs off on UMass Memorial stake in Quest

The state’s Health Policy Commission has signed off on UMass Memorial Medical Center’s plan to buy a minority stake in Quest Diagnostics’ Massachusetts subsidiary.

DoubleTree in Westborough sold

A Chicago-based hotel management and investment firm has bought its third MetroWest hotel, buying the 223-bed Double Tree by Hilton in Westborough, next to the junction of routes 9 and 495.

MetroWest chamber begins search for Biocchi's successor

Emily Micucci |

The search is on to find a successor to Bonnie Biocchi, who has led the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce for five years.

Arch Therapeutics raises $3M in financing

Arch Therapeutics of Framingham has raised $3 million in equity financing through sales of stock to 19 accredited investors, the company announced Wednesday.

Waters Corp. names new CEO

Christopher J. O'Connell will take on the role of chief executive officer at Waters Corp. beginning in September.

Northborough office building sells for $4.7M

The office building at 44 Bearfoot Rd. in Northborough has a new owner after being sold for $4.7 million.

James McGorry tapped to lead HART of Holliston

Carol McDonald |

James McGorry will be the next CEO of Holliston-based Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology (HART), the company announced today.

Ocata Therapeutics CEO rings NASDAQ opening bell

Paul K. Wotton, president and CEO of Ocata Therapeutics, rang the opening bell at the NASDAQ Marketside in New York City Wednesday morning.

Kopin divests in wearables company acquired by Intel

Emily Micucci |

Westborough-based wearables technology company Kopin Corp. said it has divested its equity interest in Recon Instruments, a Canadian company that makes wearable displays for skiers, cyclists and...

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