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Old skills in a new era: Entrepreneurs ply industrial-era crafts and trades

Sam Bonacci |

With most consumer markets populated by mass-produced items that are cookie-cutter images of each other, entrepreneurs in Worcester are capitalizing on goods that emphasize customization and...

AMSC secures $8.5M Navy contract

Sam Bonacci |

AMSC has secured a U.S. Navy contract as the alternative energy company continues to diversify its client base.

Precision Optics revenue jumps 17%

Precision Optics of Gardner, helped by higher demand for its products and the introduction of new offerings, saw a 17-percent jump in revenue growth in its latest quarter while the company cut its...

Arrhythmia reports profit drop in first quarter

Medical device manufacturer Arrhythmia Research Technology of Fitchburg reported a 39 percent decline in gross profits for the first quarter of 2015 compared with the first quarter of 2014.

IDC: 3D printer market ready for takeoff

The market for 3D printers is poised to take a “major step forward” as more companies begin to use them and the technology improves, according to new survey findings from technology...

Customer demand drives Sevcon revenue up

Revenues at Sevcon Inc. increased 13 percent in the second quarter of 2015 compared with the second quarter of 2014, the Southborough company reported yesterday.

Revenue, losses up for ReWalk in Q1

Emily Micucci |

ReWalk Robotics, the Marlborough-based maker of exoskeleton systems for paraplegics, boosted its revenue in the first quarter, according to an earnings statement. Sales, though, came up short,...

AMSC announces $9M order

Sam Bonacci |

AMSC, the Devens-based manufacturer of wind and power grid technology, has received orders for $9 million in power grid-related productss in the U.S. and internationally, the company announced...

Oxford Immunotec revenue up in Q1

Oxford Immunotec Global PLC, a diagnostics company with U.S. headquarters in Marlborough, announced revenue and profit growth in the first quarter of 2015.

State's business confidence slips downward

Carol McDonald |

The Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) Business Confidence Index dropped 1.1 points in April to 59.1. March's figure of 60.2 had been a post-recession high.

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