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Millis investment firm owners charged with mismanaging clients' money

Zachary Comeau |

The owners of a Millis wealth management firm have been charged by Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin with gambling away clients' money on risky investments.

Three MetroWest businesses win tax break approval

Grant Welker |

Medical device company Candela, life sciences manufacturer Lykan Bioscience and medical optics firm Olympus Corporation of the Americas have been approved for new tax breaks.

Candela settles patent infringement suit with Calif. firm

Wayland medical device maker Candela Corp. has settled a patent infringement lawsuit with California-based InMode.

Boston Scientific artery device caught up in FDA review

The FDA is conducting a review of balloons and stents using a common chemotherapy drug after a trial found the devices, including one made by Boston Scientific, could be harmful.

Acorn Deck builds $600K homes in its factory

Acorn Deck House Co., based in Acton, manufactures prefabricated homes at its 85,000-square-foot plant.

Kopin Corp. offers $7.5M in stock

Westborough manufacturer Kopin Corp., less than a week after reporting a $35 million loss in 2018, is offering more than 7.2 million shares of the company’s stock to raise about $7.5 million.

MassDOT: Worcester airport has $97M economic impact

Grant Welker |

Worcester Regional Airport has an economic impact of $97 million, seventh in the state, according to a study released Monday.

Fitchburg's Workers Credit Union building new Littleton headquarters

Grant Welker |

Workers Credit Union has begun building a new headquarters to take the company from Fitchburg to Littleton.

No reservations about hotel growth

Yet, there is concern from industry experts the hotel industry is heading for a slowdown; not necessarily reversing course but delivering much less robust growth. This is a valid concern, but it is...

Be cautiously optimistic about 2019


It would be a head-in-the-sand mentality for electrical contractors not to brace for a bit of a tremor by the time 2020 rolls around.

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