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MedStar Ambulance settles $13M overpayment lawsuit

Brad Kane |

MedStar Ambulance, which has operations in Worcester and throughout Worcester County and MetroWest, has agreed to pay $12.7 million for overbilled Medicare claims, the attorney for the whistleblower...

Worcester restaurant app bought by NYC firm

Worcester technology startup Slydde, LLC., which developed a mobile application for customers to buy food and drink from local restaurants, has been purchased by a New York City drink subscription...

Fallon names new VP of financial planning

Worcester healthcare insurance provider Fallon Health has hired the former chief financial officer of the Worcester-based Ascentria Care Alliance as its new vice president of financial planning and...

State mulling new benchmarks after healthcare costs rise

State House News Service |

After two years in which health care spending has grown more rapidly than the Massachusetts economy, state officials will now decide whether to keep or raise a lower growth target for next year.

Trump's immigration & marijuana impact may boil down to state's rights

State House News Service |

The federal government could go in different directions on two major issues involving states' rights, according to a prominent local Donald Trump supporter.

Nominate for the Business Leader of the Year awards

The deadline is one week away for nominations for the Worcester Business Journal annual Business Leaders of the Year awards, which includes three new categories this year.

Rollstone names CFO, promotes five others

Fitchburg financial institution Rollstone Bank & Trust has promoted six people, including a new chief financial officer and chief accounting officer.

Ameresco inks $91M deal for Marine boot camp microgrid

Framingham energy services firm Ameresco, Inc. has signed a $91.1 million contract with the U.S. Marine Corps to create a microgrid at the recruit depot on Parris Island, S.C.

State revenue predicted to grow 4% next year

State House News Service |

State tax revenues will grow by 3.9 percent next fiscal year, state budget managers predicted Thursday, giving Gov. Charlie Baker and the Legislature about $27 billion to help build the state's...

Week in review

In this story from WBJ's Jan. 9 print edition, Framingham officials discuss how new housing...

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