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Firm completes 'spree' of leases in Hopkinton

Emily Micucci |

Real estate brokerage O'Brien Commercial Properties said it has completed a “leasing spree” at Hopkinton Technology Park, after landing seven tenants in the last 10 months.

Worcester again delays cable license decision

Emily Micucci |

Worcester city officials, Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications have agreed to extend the deadline for a decision on the transfer of the city's cable television license, according to a statement...

Two local groups to benefit from ‘buy local’ funding

Gov. Deval Patrick on Tuesday announced $300,000 in funding for seven “buy local” groups, including two in Central Massachusetts, in an effort to boost Bay State agriculture.

UMass Medical School, Georgia company to partner in clinical study

Emily Micucci |

The University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester will partner with Atlanta-based medical device firm LumaMed in a joint clinical study to evaluate the effectiveness of an imaging platform...

MNI: Mass. manufacturing hindered by high business costs

Emily Micucci |

Industrial employment in Massachusetts grew at a slower clip between 2013 and 2014 than the national average, which Illinois-based trade publication Manufacturers' News Inc. (MNI) said is a result of...

QCC officially opens downtown campus

Rick Saia |

Nearly two months after launching its initial classes at its new Healthcare and Workforce Development Center in downtown Worcester, Quinsigamond Community College imprinted the “officially open...

South Korean power company tests AMSC-wired cable

Emily Micucci |

Devens-based AMSC said Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO) is testing a cable that uses AMSC's trademarked wire at a smart grid demonstration site on Jeju Island, a province of South Korea.

Home sales in Mass. dipped in September

Rick Saia |

Sales of single-family homes in Massachusetts fell in September while the median selling price showed little year-over-year movement, according to two industry reports released Tuesday.

IPG revenue, profits continue upward march

Rick Saia |

IPG Photonics of Oxford turned in another stellar quarter as strong sales growth in Europe and China helped push revenue up 16 percent and net income 30 percent for the manufacturer of fiber lasers.

Fallon Health signs on to N.Y. joint venture

Rick Saia |

Fallon Health of Worcester will provide services to a group of senior citizens in Western New York through a new joint venture with a residential community in that area.

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