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Amazon HQ2 in Mass. could require legislation, Baker says

State House News Service |

Amazon doesn't quite fit into the state's current set of job-boosting programs, according to Gov. Charlie Baker, who raised the idea Thursday of legislation tailored to suit the tech giant's needs.

Protonex has deployed $34M in military power devices

Southborough-based power management device maker Protonex will supply the U.S. military and NATO with its Squad Power Manager Special Operations Kits.

Report gives detailed look at a growing, wealthy, diversifying MetroWest

Grant Welker |

A new report from researchers at UMass Dartmouth paints a detailed picture of a MetroWest region richer and better educated than the state as a whole, and an area fast-growing and diversifying.

Survey: Worcester college students say city needs to improve

A new survey of 520 Worcester-area college students found city life for students needs some work.

ofo report: Worcester bikes popular in morning, for long rides

Bike-sharing company ofo and its yellow bikes are apparently a hit in Worcester, according to an annual report from the China-based company.

The 20 most developable sites in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

These properties – which could host retail, housing, industrial or office complexes, or some mix – are practically hiding in plain sight, simply waiting for the right buyer or builder.

Primetals names new president and CEO of U.S. operation

Metal manufacturer Primetals Technologies on Wednesday named Yoshiharu Ikeda as its new president and CEO for the company's U.S. headquarters based in Worcester.

Best Employee Services in 2018

Where are the best business schools or financial planning services? Our readers voted.

WBJ names the 2018 Best of Business Award winners

Brad Kane |

If you're looking for good companies and organizations to help your business prosper, we recommend you take a look at this list.

UMass Medical researchers conducting global research

Grant Welker |

Their work may not yield patents worth billions, but UMass Medical School researchers are conducting ambitious work trying to solve problems on the other side of the planet.

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