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MassDevelopment issues 'innovation centers' RFP

Emily Micucci |

MassDevelopment, the state's finance and development agency, has issued a request for proposals from small and medium manufacturing enterprises seeking to create “innovation centers,”...

ReWalk shares up 13% on first day of IPO

Rick Saia |

Shares of stock in ReWalk Robotics of Marlborough gained more than 13 percent Friday, the same day the manufacturer of robotic exoskeletons for people with spinal cord injuries launched its initial...

Profits and sales jump for Starrett

John Agoglia |

Increased demand helped put tool manufacturer L.S. Starrett of Athol in the black for its 2014 fiscal year, which ended on June 30.

Sevcon raises $10M in rights offering

Emily Micucci |

Southborough-based Sevcon Inc., which designs and manufacturers controls for electric and hybrid vehicles, announced it has raised $10 million in a rights offering to its shareholders.

IPG tax deal wins Marlborough council approval

The Marlborough City Council unanimously approved a tax deal Monday that would save fiber-laser maker IPG Photonics an estimated $120,000 over five years.

Fatal fire prompts Senate study of 'hot works'


Less than two months after lawmakers filed a bill spurred by a deadly fire in Boston, the state Senate on Monday approved legislation to investigate the welding and "hot works" industry.

New Balance CEO: Manufacturing matters


The CEO of a leading footwear manufacturer stressed the importance of American manufacturing and investing in technology during his keynote address Monday morning at the DCU Center before a breakfast...

International court orders AMSC to pay $11M

An international court has ordered energy technology manufacturer AMSC, of Devens, to pay $11 million to an Indian firm over an alleged breach of a licensing agreement, AMSC said Thursday.

Theater set manufacturer buys Clinton property

Emily Micucci |

Bent Productions, a manufacturer of custom-made sets for professional theater groups in the Northeast, has purchased an 18,000-square-foot manufacturing building in Clinton to house its new location,...

Asia, U.S. sales keep Sevcon on revenue roll

Rick Saia |

Revenue grew for the sixth consecutive quarter at Southborough-based Sevcon as the maker of microprocessor-based controls for electric and hybrid vehicles saw increased sales in Asia and the United...

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