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Staples to be closed on Thanksgiving

Sam Bonacci |

With fall settling in, Framingham's Staples has already announced that its stores will not be open on Thanksgiving day, instead opting to push potential customers online.

MassDiGI gets $583K to build video game ecosystem

Sam Bonacci |

MassDiGI at Becker College has been awarded a five-year. $583,000 grant that will help build up the state's video game infrastructure, Congressman Jim McGovern announced Thursday.

Bose launches entry-level car sound system

Sam Bonacci |

Amid the bustle of the Paris Motor Show, Bose has introduced its first small vehicle sound system in the new Nissan Micra with speakers built right into the headrest.

Baker leading trade trip to Israel

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Gov. Charlie Baker will lead a trade mission of about a dozen state government officials and 40 private sector representatives to Israel in December.

New leadership at Mass. technology and innovation agency

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The state agency that oversees electronic health initiatives, efforts to connect rural towns to broadband internet and fostering emerging industries has a new leader as of this week.

Boston Scientific undertaking $210M acquisition

Sam Bonacci |

Boston Scientific has entered into an agreement to acquire an endoscopic company for approximately $210 million.

Worcester office mostly spared in EnerNOC reductions

Sam Bonacci |

Boston-based EnerNOC's approximately 30 full time employees will mostly be spared in the 15 percent reductions announced last week by the energy management company.

Staples hires from within for new CEO

Sam Bonacci |

Amid ongoing restructuring and redirection for the Framingham office supply store, Staples’ board has named interim CEO Shira Goodman to the positions of president and CEO effective immediately.

Making space for Worcester's makerspaces

Sam Bonacci |

Spaces that give tinkerers, students and entrepreneurs access to a new field of technology are asserting themselves throughout Central Mass.

Mass. co. to build $25M Netherlands cancer treatment system

Sam Bonacci |

Mevion Medical Systems is set to construct a $25 million dollar system that will bring proton cancer therapy for the first time to patients in the southeast region of the Netherlands.

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