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RXi Pharmaceuticals, a Marlborough medical therapeutics company, has appointed Gerrit Dispersyn as chief development officer effective April 24.

ReWalk appoints new chief commercial officer

ReWalk Robotics Ltd., with United States operations based in Marlborough, has promoted a new chief commercial officer.

MetroWest medical center average for readmissions

MetroWest Medical Center matched the most recent state average for how often patients are readmitted, according to new data from the Center for Health Information and Analysis.

Former Blackstone postmaster pleads guilty to embezzling $31K

Laura Finaldi |

The former postmaster of the U.S. Postal Service Post Offices in Blackstone and Jefferson pleaded guilty on Wednesday in federal court on charges that he stole approximately $31,000 from the postal...

QCC expands manufacturing partnership

Laura Finaldi |

Those who want to become machinists or quality assurance workers in manufacturing will have a smoother way of getting there starting this fall, when Quinsigamond Community College will begin a new...

Seven Central Mass. hospitals beat state in readmissions rates

Laura Finaldi |

Seven of the 11 hospitals in Central Massachusetts had four-year readmissions rates lower than the state average, according to new data released Wednesday from the state Center for Health Information...

Environmental consulting firm bought for $480k

Savannah Donohue |

West Boylston firm CEA, Inc. announced earlier this month that it was acquired by Joseph Campisi for $480,000 and will begin doing business under the name Corporate Environmental Advisors.

AMSC expects $28M quarterly loss

Grant Welker |

American Superconductor Corp., a Devens power grid planner and engineer, said Wednesday it expects disappointing fourth-quarter revenue.

Boston Scientific posts 44% profit increase

Grant Welker |

Marlborough medical technology company Boston Scientific posted a 44-percent increase in net income for the first quarter on Thursday while making sales of $2.16 billion for 10-percent growth.

Shrewsbury selects new town manager

The board of selectmen in Shrewsbury on Tuesday selected Kevin Mizikar as the next town manager.

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