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Texas logistics provider expands to Shrewsbury

Laura Finaldi |

KMM Corporation, a Texas-based logistics and services provider, has opened its first Massachusetts location in Shrewsbury.

Boston Scientific CAO to retire

A top executive at Boston Scientific will step down at the end of the year following nearly 10 years with the Marlborough medical technology company.

Dell EMC loses trademark case

Laura Finaldi |

A Massachusetts judge last week ruled against Hopkinton-based Dell EMC in a trademark lawsuit filed against the data storage provider last year, according to court documents.

Suit alleges Bose secretly shared info with third parties

Laura Finaldi |

An Illinois man has filed a lawsuit against Framingham-based Bose Corp., alleging the company secretly disclosed its customers' music and audio selections to third parties, including a data mining...

Harrington, Saint V, Nashoba, Milford, Marlborough hospitals tops for safety

Emily Micucci |

Five area hospitals garnered top safety scores in The Leapfrog Group's Spring 2017 Hospital Safety Score rankings.

Milford National Bank names new VP

Laura Finaldi |

Steve Carpinella, a former loan review consultant for Cobblestone Management in Brockton, has joined The Milford National Bank and Trust Company as vice president, commercial loan officer.

State rep. wants to be Framingham's first mayor

State House News Service |

With Framingham poised to become the newest city in Massachusetts, state Rep. Chris Walsh says he's seriously considering a pursuit to become the first mayor of the fifty-seventh city.

Cold Chain moves to Franklin from Holliston

Cold Chain Technologies, which designs, tests and manufactures thermal packaging solutions for the life science industry, on Monday announced the opening of its new facility in Franklin.

Ohio steel firm sells Northborough facility for $2.7M

Ohio steel distributor Latrobe Specialty Metals Distribution, Inc. sold its industrial building in Northborough for $2.7 million, the broker of the sale announced last week.

Framingham firm recreates Game of Thrones authenticity

Disruptor Beam in Framingham has developed three social games based on some of today's hottest entertainment licenses: Game of Thrones Ascent, Star Trek Timelines and The Walking Dead: March to War.

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