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Siemens awards $660M in grants to Mass. schools

Emily Micucci |

Siemens AG, the German conglomerate that makes steel mills in Worcester, announced $660 million in software grants Wednesday to support manufacturing programs at Massachusetts vocational schools and...

Natick company receives $3M order

Emily Micucci |

Natick-based Cognex Corp., which manufacturers machine sensors, said it received more than $3 million in purchase orders for its DataMan barcode readers.

Manufacturers find few veterans interested in filling roles

Michael Novinson |

Sensing a need, the Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP) lobbied hard in late 2011 for more money to train unemployed veterans for careers in manufacturing.

IPG buys Marlborough buildings for $6.8M

Michael Novinson |

IPG Photonics has purchased nearly 112,000 square feet of flex space in Marlborough's Cedar Hill Business Park for $6.79 million.

Bond helps Southbridge sunglasses maker 'reshore' jobs

Emily Micucci |

AO Eyewear, Inc. will renovate its Southbridge manufacturing headquarters and buy new equipment using a $1.5-million tax-exempt bond issued by MassDevelopment.

Westborough-based division of A123 sold

Rick Saia |

NEC Corp. has bought the Westborough-based energy solutions business of A123 Systems for about $100 million, the Japan-based technology networking provider announced today.

Fitchburg's Arrhythmia cuts losses for 2013

Rick Saia |

Medical device manufacturer Arrhythmia Research Technology of Fitchburg drastically lowered its losses in the last quarter of 2013 and for all of the year and expects to return to profitability in...

Jabil posts loss after restructuring

Emily Micucci |

Electronics manufacturing services firm Jabil Circuit Inc., the parent company of Clinton-based Nypro Inc., posted a second-quarter loss as revenue declined and restructuring costs impacted the...

AMSC cuts jobs, will close plant in Wisconsin

Rick Saia |

Devens-based wind energy equipment manufacturer AMSC laid off an unspecified number of employees at its headquarters today as part of a restructuring that will include the closing of a plant in...

Waters invests in premature birth testing center

Michael Novinson |

Milford-based Waters Corp. is investing in an Irish research facility that's developing a test to predict premature births in expectant mothers.

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