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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.

Bank loans taking over solar financing

Laura Finaldi |

The evolution of financing for renewable energy installations is shifting, as bank loans are becoming a more mainstream way to maximize savings on a solar array, offering more benefits than...

Worcester financial adviser gains national recognition

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester’s Thomas Bartholomew has been named to the Financial Times 400 Top Financial Advisers list for 2016, a national collection of elite financial advisers.

Lowell bank buys burnt Leominster hotel for $585K

Sam Bonacci |

Enterprise Bank of Lowell has acquired the former site of the burned down Columbia Hotel for $585,000 with plans to create a new banking center in Leominster.

Staples stock jumps as judge criticizes FTC

Sam Bonacci |

The ongoing saga of the $6.3 billion acquisition of Office Depot by Staples took an unexpected, and profitable, turn for Staples and its shareholders when the judge presiding over the lawsuit the...

Fidelity Bank names lead commercial banking officer

Sam Bonacci |

Fidelity Bank has named Barry Bliss its new vice president and chief commercial banking officer.

MassDiGI, colleges boosting video games

Laura Finaldi |

Local startups, colleges and the state's video game industry organization have fostered a vibrant game development culture in Worcester and are working toward accelerating it.

WPI seeks to create business school of choice

Brad Kane |

The new dean of WPI's business school has focused on WPI's strengths of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and sought to ensure every WPI student leaves school with some degree of...

MetroWest company secures $13.5M in VC funding

Sam Bonacci |

Natick's Centage Corporation has received $13.5 million in venture capital funding that will allow for continued expansion of its products and marketing.

Mass. 'innovation economy' grew by $25B

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The rate of spending on research and development in Massachusetts outpaced that of its peer states with vibrant technology sectors as the innovation economy grew by more than $25 billion from 2009 to...

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