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Ten professionals got hired or promoted at places including Fallon Health, JM Coull and Fidelity Bank.

Hanlon creates innovative business by focusing on employees

Savannah Donohue |

In 2004, seven years after Paul Hanlon sold his first company Folio Exhibits, his former employees asked him to start a new company. So he did.

Carroll never stops working, advocating

Emily Micucci |

Frank Carroll never left Worcester, but in a vast career in business advocacy bringing him deep into the national political area and an abiding commitment to philanthropy, Carroll's reach extends far...

Main South CDC spending $4M for 80 apts.

A Worcester nonprofit will buy and renovate 80 multi-family residential units in the city thanks to a $4-million bond issued by the state agency MassDevelopment.

Unprecented Boston growth leads to surge in tax revenue

State House News Service |

New residential and commercial construction in Boston spiked in fiscal 2017, a development that means higher property tax revenues for the city, according to Moody's Investors Service.

Solect had record-breaking year with 26MW installed

Grant Welker |

Hopkinton solar installer Solect Energy had a record-breaking 2016, completing 115 sites and installing more than 26 megawatts of total solar output, the company said Wednesday.

Holliston firms seek to revolutionize temperature sensors

Laura Finaldi |

Holliston sensors manufacturer Nanmac Corp. was purchased in 2014 by the Patriot Worldwide, also based in Holliston. Since the acquisition, the company has been selling its products to the likes of...

Manufacturers can earn $3,500 with National Grid program

Savannah Donohue |

National Grid on Tuesday said it is looking for volunteer companies for its pilot program where business, including manufacturers, in Massachusetts and Rhode Island can earn up to $3,500 by reducing...

Worcester ranks 54th Best Place to Live

Emily Micucci |

Worcester's cultural assets, such as theaters, make it a U.S. Best Place to Live, according to U.S. News & World Report.

Power industry warns against Mass. greenhouse gas plan

State House News Service |

As Massachusetts regulators map out the state's role in reducing global warming, environmental advocates and electricity generators both urged consideration for how new rules could affect power plant...

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