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SeaChange 'encouraged' despite second-quarter loss

Carol McDonald |

Video software manufacturer SeaChange International of Acton saw a second-quarter loss of $4.8 million, or 14 cents per share, the company reported Wednesday. Its revenue for the quarter, which ended...

Sunovion drug receives FDA approval

Sam Bonacci |

Marlborough-based Sunovion Pharmaceuticals has received federal approval for its drug Aptiom as a monotherapy for the treatment of partial-onset epileptic seizures, the company announced.

AMSC receives $6 million in orders

Sam Bonacci |

Devens-based power grid and wind energy equipment manufacturer AMSC announced $6 million in orders Wednesday morning.

ReWalk Robotics founder to retire

Sam Bonacci |

The founder of ReWalk Robotics, whose U.S. headquarters is in Marlborough, will retire in November and not seek re-election to the board of directors, the company announced.

Global market leads to Starrett earnings plunge

Sam Bonacci |

Athol-based tool manufacturer L.S. Starrett felt the bite of the international market's downturn in its fiscal year 2015 report with a decline in sales and a large drop in net earnings.

Gardner business adding to plant, workforce

Advanced Cable Ties of Gardner will use an $8 million tax-exempt bond from MassDevelopment to build an addition and add new equipment, the state’s economic development agency said today.

Nimble MetroWest firms help power military innovation


If you're a typical MetroWest resident or business owner, you may not have heard of Security Engineered Machinery Co. in Westborough. But what they make has a major market: the defense industry.

Sunny Delight closing Littleton plant

Sam Bonacci |

Littleton is facing the shutdown of a bottling plant that will take with it than 60 jobs and $400,000 in revenue from the water it uses, as Sunny Delight Beverage Co. plans to close its 16.5-acre...

Buffett's piece of Worcester

Wyman-Gordon has a rich history in Worcester, dating back to 1883 when it was founded as a manufacturer of crankshafts for looms. Through many decades and industrial transformation, the...

QCC, MIT tapped for national photonics push

Carol McDonald |

Quinsigamond Community College (QCC) will be a partner in a $600 million national effort to boost training in photonics, a discipline that studies and uses light for electronics and other...

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