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Spencer Price Chopper issues bread recall

John Agoglia |

The potential presence of metal shards from a mixer's dough hook has caused Price Chopper Supermarkets to recall some in-store bakery fresh breads sold at its Spencer location between Sept. 12 and...

Court: Tesla can sell directly to customers

Tesla Motors can continue to sell its electric cars directly to Massachusetts customers after the state's highest court threw out a lawsuit seeking to block Tesla sales.

Staples declares Q3 dividend

The board of directors for Framingham-based office supply retailer Staples Inc. on Tuesday announced a quarterly dividend of 12 cents per share.

Dover Saddlery grows Florida footprint

Emily Micucci |

Littleton-based Dover Saddlery Retail Inc. (Nasdaq: DOVR) will continue its nationwide expansion when it opens a new retail store in Wellington, Fla. this fall, the company announced.

After two Main Street sales, Hudson Catholic building also under agreement

Emily Micucci |

Two Main Street properties in downtown Hudson were recently sold and a third is under agreement, according to Concord commercial real estate firm O'Brien Commercial Properties, giving the area an...

Staples offers new in-store pick up option

Emily Micucci |

In a continued bid to boost online shopping as it scales back its retail store footprint, Framingham-based office supply retailer Staples Inc. said it is now offering maximum in-store pickup wait...

Westward Joe: Dunkin’ tries Calif. once again

Dunkin Donuts has opened two new locations in California in preparation for a large expansion into the Golden State.

Briefing: Why TJX is on top

It seems TJX Cos. can't be beat. The Framingham-based off-priced retailer, which owns Marshalls, HomeGoods and T.J. Maxx, has increased its earnings for the last 18 years, and exited the...

Consumer goods industries urged: Focus on digital

Consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, those that provide products that need to be replaced frequently, such as food, beverages, and household products, need to boost their digital sales if they...

Market Basket parties as it welcomes back Artie (T., that is)

MATT MURPHY and ANDY METZGER STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The supermarket saga that dominated summer headlines ended Thursday morning as ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas took back the reins of Market Basket and employees returned to work after feuding factions...

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