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Legislature looking to pass farm bill

State House News Service |

Raw milk is back on the legislative menu this session, with a majority of the House signing onto a farm bill that Westport Rep. Paul Schmid said would benefit legislative districts from the urban...

WBJ names new digital editor

Worcester Business Journal on Monday hired an award-winning Massachusetts business journalist to lead its digital operations.

Power industry warns against Mass. greenhouse gas plan

State House News Service |

As Massachusetts regulators map out the state's role in reducing global warming, environmental advocates and electricity generators both urged consideration for how new rules could affect power plant...

Patriots' Super Bowl parade set for 11 a.m. Tuesday

State House News Service |

New England Patriots fans will flood the streets of Boston Tuesday to celebrate the team's come-from-behind overtime Super Bowl win over the Atlanta Falcons Sunday night in Houston.

Catholic Charities to raise profile, volunteer base

Tim McMahon wanted to return to his passion of helping people in need, prompting him to leave his post at the Massachusetts State Lottery to lead Catholic Charities in Worcester on Jan. 3.

The growth of for-profit health care

Any business offering a similar at a lower price will almost always succeed in the marketplace. Sure, mitigating factors like taxes, regulation and global competition can throw a company off-track;...

Incorporations

These businesses incorporated with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Dec. 1-16. Listed are corporate name, address and president.

The impact of (in)accurate presentation

CHRISTOF CHARTIER |

Before you even open your mouth, they've already made up their minds. Whether you're introducing yourself to a new customer or giving direction to a co-worker, your overall appearance has a...

Rely on core relationship bunnies for business

Pam Butterfield of Business Success Tools is not a sales person. She seldom, if ever, pitches her services in order to get a piece of business. Rather, Butterfield is that rare breed, the business...

UniBank sees a better use for brick and mortar in digital world

LIVIA GERSHON |

The new administrator for the growing Whitinsville-based bank sees branches carrying a more personal touch.

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