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Waters Corp.’s 2nd-quarter earnings strong

Waters Corp. reported a 12.4-percent rise in earnings for the second quarter, along with a 3-percent jump in sales, the Milford-based manufacturer of laboratory instruments announced Tuesday.

Boston Scientific meets expectations in 'strong' 2nd quarter

Carol McDonald |

Marlborough-based Boston Scientific saw its operational revenue and profits rise in the second quarter, the company reported Thursday. The results are at the upper end of the company's guidance range.

Federal grants to support manufacturing training in area

The North Central and Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Boards will receive $534,154 as part of the state’s $3.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, according to a...

U.S. factory output flat in June

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U.S. factory production failed to advance for a second straight month in June, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday in a report that could bolster concerns the economy lost a bit of steam toward the...

ReWalk launches 6th-generation mobility system

ReWalk Robotics, the Marlborough-based maker of exoskeleton systems for paraplegics, released the sixth-generation version of its exoskeleton this week.

New Leominster manufacturer to create up to 50 jobs

Sam Bonacci |

A new company, Allied Resin Technologies (Artech), has teamed up with Leominster's First Plastics Corp. to bring rotational manufacturing of large plastic goods and up to 50 new jobs to the city.

Polar sees sales boost in deal with Nestle

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester-based Polar Beverages has partnered with Nestle Waters in a deal that could net the company extra sales of up to $50 million a year by 2020.

Barcode companies settle patent litigation

Cognex Corp. of Natick and a Washington state firm have reached a settlement of all outstanding litigation between the parties, the companies announced Thursday.

Cognex completes sale of surface inspection division

Machine sensor manufacturer Cognex Corp. of Natick has sold its Surface Inspection Systems Division to AMETEK Inc.

Littleton division of Curtiss-Wright sold

(Updated at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 7) A Littleton-based division of defense contractor Curtiss-Wright Corp. has been sold to a Minneapolis manufacturer, the two companies announced late last week.

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