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Using the community investment tax credit

Mullen Sawyer |

You are used to getting a federal charitable deduction, how about adding a 50-percent tax refund on top of that?

Startups, unicorns and realistic expectations

Ken Cook |

I am a fan of startups and entrepreneurism, having worked with them my entire professional career. I've written books for them, built businesses around them and through Inc. Magazine consulted with...

Why the EMV liability shift missed the mark


We're now more than a month past a deadline that was supposed to mark a major retail transition to a more secure credit card technology in the United States.

SpencerBANK and Southbridge Savings Bank to merge

Sam Bonacci |

SpencerBANK and Southbridge Savings Bank will merge their mutual holding companies, bringing together their assets while continuing to remain independent, the banks announced Wednesday.

Q&A with Katherine Fairbanks, President & CEO, DirtyGirl Disposal

Katherine Fairbanks knows a thing or two about branding – and business survival. A lifelong Millbury native, she has 20 years of experience in rubbish disposal through the family business,...

Gunnell stays grounded while climbing ladder

Over the course of 35 years, Susan Gunnell has made Southbridge Savings Bank her home, rising through the ranks from teller in 1980 to the company's second-in-command as executive vice president and...

WBJ awards the 2015 Outstanding Women in Business

Any one of the six 2015 Outstanding Women in Business is amazing in her own right, but the combined force of this class presents a vast array of lessons and insights for men and women of all ages...

Accolades & Honors

Dick Fiske Sr. and his Heart to Heart Foundation of North Brookfield was honored by the Children's Smile Coalition at Hanover Theatre in Worcester last month.

Outgrowing your bank

Neil Berdiev |

Earlier in my commercial banking career, I came upon the customer files of a small company launched as a startup more than 50 years ago. Today, it is a well-known technology company. My bank had...

Virtusa launches vToken payment-security product

Business consulting and technology outsourcing company Virtusa of Westborough announced Thursday the availability of a technology security product called vToken.

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