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HVAC firm moves from Marlborough to Worcester

Temp Air Inc., which makes and installs temporary HVAC systems, has moved its Massachusetts operations from along the 495 belt in Marlborough to Worcester.

Rotmans leader launches new firm

The head of Rotmans Furniture in Worcester has launched a Boston-based distribution company that aims to sell eco-friendly materials and components for the home furnishings, apparel and other markets.

Staples CEO declined pay raise

Carol McDonald |

Ronald L. Sargent, chairman and CEO of Staples Inc., has chosen not to accept his 2.5 percent base salary raise for 2014, Staples said in a statement Wednesday. The raise had previously been cleared...

New life on tap for Framingham's old Dennison complex?

Emily Micucci |

Town officials are intrigued by a proposal to expand Framingham's only brewery, Jack's Abby Brewing, inside a building formerly occupied Dennison Manufacturing Co., the paper products manufacturer...

Retail sales see largest decline in 11 months

Sam Bonacci |

Retail sales in the United States plunged nearly a full percent in December, adding to investor concerns about the U.S. and global economies.

Staples extends contract with inventory specialist

Rick Saia |

Office products retailer Staples of Framingham has reached agreement on a multi-year contract extension with CommerceHub of Albany, N.Y., which helps companies deliver their orders, according to a...

Cabela's will hire 200 for Berlin store

Rick Saia |

Cabela's, the chain of outdoor clothing and equipment stores, is hiring about 200 people to staff its new store in Berlin, which will open in the spring, the Nebraska-based firm says.

Staples: Data breach hit Shrewsbury store, up to 1.16M payment cards

Emily Micucci |

In an update on a data security breach that occurred late this summer, Framingham-based office supply retailer Staples Inc. announced Friday that up to 1.16 million payment cards may have been...

Lawmakers advance bill on shoplifting


While Christmas Eve shoppers browsed the aisles in Bay State shops, the House loaded its cart with a bill designed to reduce shoplifting.

TJX announces quarterly dividend

The TJX Companies has announced a quarterly dividend on its common stock of $0.175 per share.

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