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Wayland realty firm lands $9.15M in deals

Sam Bonacci |

Wayland real estate firm R.W. Holmes Realty has completed two commercial real estate deals valued at $9.15 million.

Dental schools to introduce training on opioid abuse

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday detailed an agreement reached with the deans of the state's three dental medicine schools to introduce training for opioid abuse prevention and management into their...

Private Natick company reports strong growth

The privately held Nasuni Corporation of Natick reported strong results for the 2015 fiscal year.

Cognex revenue falls short, stock still a buy

Following a report from Natick-based Cognex Corporation of a year-over-year revenue decline, the company's stock rose as analysts continue to be bullish about the company's future prospects.

Marlborough co. ranks 'coziest' U.S. cities

Sam Bonacci |

The maker of Honeywell portable heaters has released its list of coziest cities in the United States, with Asheville, N.C. just edging out Boston to take the top honor.

Chick-fil-A coming to Framingham; to employ 110

Sam Bonacci |

The latest MetroWest location for Chick-fil-A will open Feb. 18 and hire 110 full and part-time employees, according to the company.

Davis Companies rebrands

Sam Bonacci |

The Davis Companies staffing agency has rebranded itself with a new logo and website.

Staples merger gets European Union approval

Sam Bonacci |

The Framingham-based supplier of office supplies received some much needed good news -- the European Union has approved its acquisition of Office Depot.

Economist: recession coming, but not this year

Brad Kane |

The troubling worldwide signals of a potential recession are more smoke than fire and are unlikely to lead to a U.S. recession in 2016, according to an economist speaking Thursday in Worcester.

Boston Scientific device receives Medicare and Medicaid clearance

Sam Bonacci |

A device built by Marlborough's Boston Scientific has just received clearance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to be used as a non-pharmacological treatment option for stroke...

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