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101: Offering workplace flexibility

Emily Micucci |

Technology has enabled workplaces to offer more flexibility to employees, with the Internet being the essential tool for communication and production in today's business world.

Making sense of Instagram Stories


Last summer, Instagram introduced Instagram Stories, a very Snapchat-like feature allowing brands and people to share personal, temporary, moments outside of those carefully curated images we all...

BlueHive merges with boutique marketing firm

Grant Welker |

BlueHive and Paris Marketing will keep their separate names and books but under the BlueHive parent company will share resources and complement each other's specialties.

Marlborough education firm to study L.A. school district

The Center for Educational Leadership and Technology in Marlborough has been hired to study the information-technology organization at the nation's second largest school district.

Fitchburg company ships non-lethal projectiles to Canadian police

Zachary Comeau |

A precision medical device and law enforcement equipment contract manufacturer in Fitchburg has supplied non-lethal projectiles to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

DCU expands into Chelmsford

Due to rapid employee growth at its offices in Marlborough and around the state, Digital Federal Credit Union has purchased property in Chelmsford.

Emuge Corp. holds manufacturing event Thursday

West Boylston-based Emuge Corp. is holding an open house event Thursday with two other companies featuring machining demonstrations and seminars.

Grocery delivery service coming to Worcester area

Zachary Comeau |

A grocery delivery service available via a mobile app and website will be coming to the Worcester area next week.

SeaChange revenue drops, but losses narrow

Acton video streaming company SeaChange drastically narrowed its net loss in the second quarter compared to a year ago after cutting expenses.

BJ's starts sites for its private brands

BJ's Wholesale Club has started websites specifically for two of its in-house brands, Berkley Jensen and Wellsley Farms.

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