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Data storage company closing 114-worker Marlborough facility

Grant Welker |

The data storage company Western Digital is closing a 114-worker facility in Marlborough as part of a restructuring.

Virtusa reports 32% revenue bump, but $7.4M in Q1 losses

Southborough global IT firm Virtusa is facing a $7.4-million loss in its first quarter despite its revenues jumping 32 percent year-over-year and 6.6 percent sequentially.

Boston Scientific eyes reintroducing recalled, remade product

Boston Scientific will soon submit the final technical module to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a heart valve product.

Clinton building among others added to list of market-ready business properties

State House News Service |

Industrial properties in Clinton, Gloucester and Wilmington and an office building in Framingham have been added to a non-profit's list of properties available to businesses for immediate occupancy...

Baker to allow sales tax holiday this weekend

State House News Service |

Gov. Charlie Baker plans to authorize a sales tax holiday for this weekend, his office said Thursday morning, but the fate of the rest of the economic development bill and a slew of others due for...

Acacia expecting normal Q3 operations with ZTE back

Zachary Comeau |

Shares of Acacia Communications have jumped nearly 20 percent since it said the business will get back on track with its largest customer allowed back into U.S. commerce.

Pottery Barn, Homesense coming to Northborough Crossing

Grant Welker |

Pottery Barn opened a new outlet store at Northborough Crossing on Thursday and will soon be joined by a new Homesense.

MassDevelopment loans $1.45M for Pepperell factory redevelopment

The redevelopment of a 190,000-square-foot Pepperell industrial building got another big boost from MassDevelopment, which has supplemented its original $2.25-million loan with another $1.45 million.

17 recreational marijuana shops proposed in Worcester

Zachary Comeau |

So far, companies have publicly informed Worcester of their plans to open 17 recreational marijuana stores in the city, according to new data from city officials.

Behavioral health group says ballot question would force closures

State House News Service |

Nurse staffing mandates called for in a November ballot question would force psychiatric hospitals to shed 1,000 beds, according to a new behavioral health care industry study.

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