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Price Chopper, Market 32 partner with Instacart in Hopkinton, Sutton

Zachary Comeau |

Price Chopper in Hopkinton and Market 32 in Sutton are one of several of the chain's stores to begin a partnership with grocery delivery service Instacart on Wednesday.

Accounting practice opening new Shrewsbury office

Paresky Flitt & Co., a Wayland tax and accounting practice, will open a Shrewsbury location next month.

Marlborough's RXi collaborates with German biotech

RXi Pharmaceuticals Corp., a Marlborough clinical-stage company, has entered into a research collaboration with a German biotechnology company, Medigene.

Mass. officials preparing for legal sports betting

State House News Service |

Anticipating that the Supreme Court might rule next year that states can legalize sports wagering, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Thursday resolved to prepare research on the topic.

Westborough firm is in business to destroy

Brad Kane |

Fifty years ago, Len Rosen founded Security Engineered Machinery, providing destruction for top-secret government documents and commercial clients.

Movers & Shakers

Lampin Corp., Provo Wealth Management and Worcester Art Museum are among the companies with recent hires and promotions.

Know How: Busting your pre-conceived money myths

RYAN A. WAGNER |

Financial literacy should be taught in school, but is rarely spoken about in the home. As a result, most people get their education in bits and pieces.

Restaurants respond to time, cost pressures as lunch crowd shrinks

Grant Welker |

Last year, people took 433 million fewer trips to restaurants than in the prior year. That 2-percent decline led to an estimated $3.2 billion in lost sales.

The PawSox true value

Grant Welker |

With Worcester eyeing a deal others have valued at $38 million to attract the minor league baseball team from Rhode Island, economists warn $7 million is a better deal for the city.

Owner of T&G, MetroWest Daily News buys Boston Herald

Grant Welker |

GateHouse Media, the owner of the Telegram & Gazette, the MetroWest Daily News and dozens of papers across Massachusetts, has reached an agreement to buy the Boston Herald.

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