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Senate votes for compromise on use of non-competes

State House News Service |

On the same day that a legislative committee heard testimony about restricting the use of non-compete employment agreements, the Senate arrived at a compromise during its debate on a jobs bill that...

Law firm expands with Boston office

Emily Micucci |

Providence-based law firm Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP (PS&H), a business law and litigation firm with offices in Westborough, announced the opening of a new Boston office on Wednesday.

TelexFREE denies Ponzi scheme allegations

Michael Novinson |

TelexFREE of Marlborough has denied allegations made by the Massachusetts Secretary of State's office that the telecommunications company is operating a $1.1 billion Ponzi scheme.

Judge: Patrick’s drug ban may be ‘out of line’

State House News Service |

A federal judge on Tuesday cast serious doubt on Gov. Deval Patrick's aggressive move to ban a powerful new painkiller from being prescribed in Massachusetts, giving the administration and the drug's...

Former junkyard owner guilty of not reporting environmental hazards

A former junkyard owner was found guilty of failing to report contamination on his Leominster and Sterling property, the state announced.

Ex-treasurer of Marlborough nonprofit ordered to pay $50K

Michael Novinson |

The former treasurer of a nonprofit organization in Marlborough accused of misappropriating charity money for personal use has been ordered to pay $50,000 in restitution.

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