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Nashoba Valley Chamber CEO responds to Kinder Morgan controversy

Emily Micucci |

While the U.S. Senate narrowly defeated the proposed Keystone pipeline expansion from Canada to the Gulf Coast earlier this week, another pipeline project with local impact is still pending, and it's...

Staples meets earnings target, but will close more stores

CAROL McDONALD |

Framingham-based Staples Inc. reported third-quarter earnings Wednesday that met analysts' expectations.

Local firms score high on LGBT equality index

Several major companies with operations in Central Massachusetts received the highest scores on equality from a national advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans.

TJX sales jump 6 percent; off to 'solid' start in 4th quarter

The Framingham-based parent of off-price retailers T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods reported another strong quarter Tuesday, with a 6-percent increase in sales and a 13-percent jump in diluted...

Hudson office building sold to Worcester firm

Rick Saia |

A Worcester developer of business property has bought an office complex in Hudson for nearly $3 million, the company announced.

Lightower: Va., DC fiber expansion done

Lightower Fiber Networks of Boxborough said it has completed an 1,100-mile expansion of its all-fiber network throughout Virginia and the Washington, D.C., metro area.

Baker picks Shrewsbury's Beaton for energy-environment chief

BY MICHAEL NORTON STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Filling a second major Cabinet post, Governor-elect Charlie Baker has tapped Shrewsbury Republican Rep. Matthew Beaton as his energy and environmental affairs secretary.

Revenues up at ReWalk Robotics

ReWalk Robotics of Marlborough reported a 277 percent year-over-year revenue jump to $1.5 million.

RXi reports results for third quarter

Marlborough-based RXi Pharmaceuticals, which is working on a drug to reduce dermal scarring after surgery, reported financial results for the quarter ended Sept. 30.

Shrewsbury housing development gets go-ahead

A mixed-use Chapter 40B affordable housing proposal in Shrewsbury won the approval of selectmen Wednesday.

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