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Marlborough tool maker acquired for $7M

Sam Bonacci |

A Marlborough company specializing in blade sharpening tools has been purchased by a Connecticut company for $7 million in cash.

Class action suit filed against Framingham company

Sam Bonacci |

A class action lawsuit has been filed against HeartWare International, alleging that company officials misled shareholders as to the viability of a new technology by saying that the company had...

Movers & Shakers

GARETH CHARTER is now director of sales for the Worcester region at MassLive, a news service. He has more than 27 years of experience in the media business, first as a...

GE move benefits Mass. taxes, politics, innovation

GE's decision to relocate from Fairfield, Conn. to Massachusetts may appear that the benefits will be Boston-centric, but the Fortune 10 company's move will resonate throughout the Bay...

Baker lays out $1B, 5-year economic development plan


Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday proposed to pour almost $1 billion over the next five years into economic development, housing and job training as part of a strategy to maintain strong job growth in...

Framingham's HeartWare cancels $929M acquisition

Sam Bonacci |

HeartWare International Inc. has announced it is backing out of a $929 million dollar purchase of Israeli company Valtech Cardio to concentrate on its core ventricular assist device business.

Sunny D plant in Littleton sells for $4.6M

Sam Bonacci |

A former Sunny Delight Beverage company bottling plant in Littleton has been purchased for $4.6 million by a joint venture of real estate investment firms.

North County chamber to finance small biz growth

Roy Nascimento took over as leader of the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce one year ago, succeeding David L. McKeehan, the North Central chamber's only chief executive since its...

Lutco envisions expanded future

Laura Finaldi |

Worcester manufacturer Lutco, Inc. spent $1.5 million without a specific idea of what to do with its new purchase.

Leominster plastics company receives FDA approval

Sam Bonacci |

Aaron Industries of Leominster has received FDA approval for the use of a new, fully-recycled polystyrene resin in food-safe products, the company announced this week.

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