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Legal pot opponents take aim at stoned driving


Legalization of marijuana would result in greater dangers on Massachusetts roadways, where authorities are ill-equipped to even know whether drivers are intoxicated by the drug, opponents of Question...

Boston Scientific sales top $2.1B; earnings up 13%

Sam Bonacci |

Boston Scientific of Marlborough generated $2.1 billion in sales and $368 million in earnings in its third quarter, the company announced Wednesday.

Mass. selects RI offshore wind over Maine


Massachusetts on Wednesday selected a 30-megawatt offshore wind project to be built in Rhode Island and rejected more much ambitious projects in Maine.

Waters stock falls 13% after drop in government sales

Sam Bonacci |

Waters Corp. reported moderate earnings and sales gains, but stocks fell by 13 percent as the company reported weak sales to industrial, governmental and academic customers.

Worcester robotics engineers earn less than others in Mass. overall

Laura Finaldi |

A new report on the Massachusetts robotics industry found while robotics engineers in the Worcester area earned comparatively less overall than people in the same profession who work in other parts...

Telexfree president pleads guilty to $3B pyramid scheme

Sam Bonacci |

The president of Telexfree, Inc., a pyramid scheme that was disguised as a Marlborough internet telecom company, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Worcester Monday and forfeited $140 million.

Devens adds 33 acres for industrial development

Sam Bonacci |

On Monday, voters approved the rezoning of a 32.7-acre portion of Devens land from residential for innovation and technology uses, opening up the land to commercial development.

Dell EMC launches medical device organization software suite

Sam Bonacci |

Dell EMC's Enterprise Content Division has launched a software suite that supports medical device documentation as well as pharmaceutical documentation.

Milford co. upgrades Boston firefighter's equipment

Sam Bonacci |

Over the weekend, Firematic Supply Co. of Milford undertook a $4-million, station-by-station switch out to new respiratory protective equipment for the Boston Fire Department.

Online marketing

Hans Riemer |

Ten steps could help you make the most of your marketing budget.

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