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22 participate in North Central Chamber leadership program

Zachary Comeau |

The North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce has begun its Community Leadership Institute, which includes 22 emerging leaders.

Bose moving into Boston as CEO leaves Framingham firm

Zachary Comeau |

Framingham tech giant Bose Corp. will lease 98,000 at Boston Landing in the Brighton neighborhood, the site's development group announced this week.

Dell EMC announces new data storage hardware, software

Zachary Comeau |

Texas computer giant Dell EMC, with operations in Hopkinton, announced Tuesday an expansion of its midrange storage portfolio with two new all-flash data storage arrays.

Mustang Bio's cell processing technique comes to science park

Zachary Comeau |

Mustang Bio, a subsidiary of New York-based Fortress Biotech focused on cancer treatment, is leasing space in the UMass Medicine Science Park for a manufacturing facility.

MBTA upgrades eyed for 2018

State House News Service |

MBTA commuters could see long-awaited improvements to the transit system next year, just in time for a gubernatorial campaign.

HomeGoods is TJX's new bet on retail

Grant Welker |

TJX is placing a wager it can keep the streak of success going, launching a new home decor and furniture chain, HomeSense.

Northborough company releases new baseball simulator

Zachary Comeau |

A Northborough developer has released the next generation of the company's baseball and softball simulation and training system.

C-Mass firms awarded $700K in community health grants

Zachary Comeau |

The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts has awarded nearly $700,000 in grants to 11 local organizations to support health improvements in the region.

Esports coaching offered at Becker

Zachary Comeau |

An esports coaching platform and Becker College have entered into a partnership to provide access to professional coaches to the college's esports club members.

Manufacturers want relief from chemicals law

State House News Service |

Manufacturers and distributors gathered at the State House Monday to highlight their economic impact and ask lawmakers for relief from the Toxic Use Reduction Act.

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