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Framingham State joins prison education consortium

Framingham State University has joined a group of colleges in Massachusetts that is working to expand college education access for those who are incarcerated.

Hologic subsidiary to lose $15M after FDA warns of device claims

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough medical device maker Hologic is expecting revenues from subsidiary Cynosure to be about $15 million less after it halted sales of a device due to a government warning.

Doctors warn of dangers of screen time for kids

Grant Welker |

Doctors say too much time looking at screens can harm brain development, contribute to a inactive lifestyle, and lead to delayed or poor reading skills for children.

40 Under Forty: The Goldilocks of food truck operators

Brad Kane |

For the 40 Under Forty photo shoot at the Highland Street food trucks in Worcester, we were trying to showcase a bustling urban area with creative dining options.

40 Under Forty: Four strangers at Hanover Theatre

Brad Kane |

Undoubtedly, one of the biggest obstacles in trying to get members of the WBJ 40 Under Forty together to take great photos on location is they are almost always complete strangers.

40 Under Forty: Water or vodka?

Brad Kane |

If you were in a museum full of Russian art, surrounded by Russian artifacts and symbols like nesting dolls, had four shot glasses and a bottle of vodka, what would you do?

SeaChange International loses $8.3M in Q2

Acton video support firm SeaChange International took a big loss in the second quarter with revenues of $11.9 million and a net loss of $8.3 million.

40 Under Forty: The dragon inside Bancroft Tower

Brad Kane |

The prize for best prop brought to the Bancroft Tower shoot – really, all 10 of the 40 Under Forty photo shoots – goes to Michael Alden.

Movers & Shakers

Bay State Savings Bank has promoted three people at its Worcester headquarters: THOMAS BELTON to senior vice president of information technology, JEANIE...

Central Mass. schools serve up MBA options for busy professionals

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Executives – or those on an executive track – are drawn to pursue a master of business administration degree for different reasons.

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