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Hudson manufacturer helps design Rockefeller Center tree star

Zachary Comeau |

Hudson machine shop Borg Design has helped design one of the most iconic Christmas ornaments this year.

Deflating obesity: Allurion hopes its new balloon can help patients with weight loss

Grant Welker |

The Elipse Balloon, Allurion's product under development for nearly a decade, is swallowed in a capsule during a doctor's visit that could last only 15 or 20 minutes.

AIS revitalizes manufacturing in North County

Affordable Interior Systems, a Leominster manufacturer of commercial office furniture, was named the manufacturer of the year for Worcester and Middlesex counties by the state's Joint Legislative...

Emuge doubling W. Boylston headquarters

Emuge, a tool manufacturer, has begun a doubling of its West Boylston headquarters with a 22,000 square-foot expansion.

Devens bag manufacturer acquired by Indiana firm

Zachary Comeau |

Devens manufacturer of polyethylene bags Laddawn has been acquired by an Indiana firm for an undisclosed amount.

Jack's Abby to open North Station taproom

Zachary Comeau |

Jack's Abby Craft Lagers is hopping on the Commuter Rail to North Station, where the Framingham brewery will open a taproom at the train bar at North Station in Boston.

One Off Apparel produces 20,000 units per day

One Off Apparel in West Boylston was one of several manufacturers honored as Manufacturer of the Year at the Massachusetts State House in October.

City of Immigrants: Foreign-born residents have unusually large impact on Worcester's economy

Grant Welker |

Immigrants in Worcester are more likely than native citizens to start their own business and have bachelor's degrees, giving them a disproportionate share of the economy.

ReWalk places 500th spinal cord system amid $4.5M loss

Zachary Comeau |

The 500th medical device for patients with spinal cord injuries has been placed by Marlborough manufacturer ReWalk Robotics.

Biostage names three new directors, cuts net loss

Holliston biotech startup Biostage has added three new members to its board of directors simultaneous to its third-quarter earnings report showing a slower cash burn.

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