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WBJ named best designed biz journal in country

The Worcester Business Journal won six industry awards Saturday, including first for Best Overall Design and third Best Newspaper, all in the small publication category.

Change coming at top of state environmental group

State House News Service |

The leader of the Environmental League of Massachusetts is stepping down after a decade, to be replaced by the head of energy and climate programs at Adidas.

EnerNOC to be acquired for $300M

Laura Finaldi |

Boston-based energy management company EnerNOC announced Thursday that it is being acquired by an Italian energy company.

Disability services company expanding in Worcester

A Worcester housing services, adult foster care, and employment assistance company is adding a second location, the company confirmed Friday.

DCU Center needs $60M in upgrades over 20 years, report says

Laura Finaldi |

A facility assessment of the DCU Center in Worcester suggested the arena will need about $60 million worth of upgrades over the next two decades, including $30 million over the next five years.

Sevcon buys out Chinese partner for $5M

Sevcon, Inc. of Southborough has acquired the remaining 50 percent equity interest in a Chinese joint venture for $5 million, allowing Sevcon to capitalize on opportunities in China, a rapidly...

TJX rises, Staples falls on Fortune 500 list

Grant Welker |

TJX and Boston Scientific both moved up and Staples fell on the new Fortune 500 list released Wednesday.

Westborough waste manager installs 1MW solar array

A Westborough waste hauling and recycling business recently installed a 1.1 megawatt solar system on the roof of its single stream sorting facility in order to save money and produce cleaner power.

W. Boylston environmental firm acquires Maine company

A West Boylston environmental firm that recently came under new ownership said Tuesday morning it acquired a Westbrook, Maine company for an undisclosed amount.

State files three-month emergency solar extension

State House News Service |

An emergency regulation intended to support the continued development of an additional 1,600 megawatts of solar energy was filed Monday by the Baker administration.

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