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Leominster Credit Union assets rise to $627M

Sam Bonacci |

The Leominster Credit Union reported its assets and loan portfolio saw steady growth to $627 million and $419 million, respectively, in 2015 while deposits declined slightly.

Questions swirl around state budgets amid $311M shortfall


As tax collections have faltered over the past two months, the Baker administration has confidently asserted that it can "manage through" what has become a $311 million shortfall in revenues with...

Bankers call foul as rival credit unions look into public deposits

Laura Finaldi |

As credit unions' market share expands in Massachusetts, the state bankers association says that growth is unfair to banks and against the public interest.

The SBA is a lifeline to small business

ANTHONY PRICE Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Business needs the life-sustaining force of capital circulating within it to prosper, just like the human body needs oxygen. There is no substitute for capital.

SimpliVity customers up 177% in first quarter

Sam Bonacci |

Westborough technology firm SimpliVity said Thursday that its customer base for the first quarter rose by 177 percent year-over-year on the back of deals with Fortune 50 and Global 2000 companies.

SpencerBANK and Southbridge Savings Bank merger approved

Sam Bonacci |

The merger of the holding companies of SpencerBANK and Southbridge Savings Bank has been approved and will operate under the name SSB Community Bancorp MHC.

Bankers report focuses on 'unrestricted' credit union growth


Massachusetts bankers on Monday released a report questioning the performance of credit unions.

Clinton's new CIO merges passion for technology and finance

Brad Kane |

Mary T. Dean took over CIO and senior vice president of Clinton Savings Bank earlier this year, heading up the technological operations for the community bank with six branches, two in-school...

Mass. employers see mixed signals; remain confident


Employers in Massachusetts appear to possess a "wait-and-see attitude" about the economy, with mixed economic signals fueling the ambivalence, according to Associated Industries of Massachusetts.

Clinton Savings names new CIO

Sam Bonacci |

Clinton Savings Bank announced Friday that Mary Dean has been promoted to senior vice president and chief information officer for the bank with branches throughout Central Massachusetts.

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