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Energy challenges need comprehensive approach

JAMES T. BRETT |

At a 2016 energy forum hosted by The New England Council, Gordon van Welie, CEO of ISO New England – our region's power grid operator – described New England's electric reliability this...

Incorporations

These businesses incorporated with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Nov. 16-30.

Movers & Shakers

JAMES F.X. KENEALY has joined the Department of Otolaryngology at Reliant Medical Group in Worcester.

Having fun identifying your corporate strengths

KELLY PAQUIN |

As you may know, there are many blocks needed to build a successful business: production, research & development, purchasing, marketing, human resource management, accounting and finance, and a...

Greater Boston companies want Central Mass. cultural benefits

Emily Micucci |

As a further sign in the growing demand for Central Mass. real estate, more MetroWest and Boston companies are reaching out to local cultural institutions to provide employees with area benefits.

Worcester industrial vacancy rate at 40%

Emily Micucci |

Worcester's industrial building are 40-percent empty, as landlords can't reconcile costly upgrades with the impact on their tax bill, especially for small manufacturers.

Sweet relaunching menu with new beverage director

Laura Finaldi |

Veteran bartender and beverage consultant Ryan Goodspeed has advised cruise ships, Fortune 500 companies, restaurants and others on their drink programs. Now, the Central Massachusetts native is back...

Why The Sole Proprietor decided not to move downtown

Laura Finaldi |

For almost 38 years, The Sole Proprietor has operated along a busy stretch of Highland Street, close to Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Elm Park. But last year, owners Robb and Madeleine Ahlquist...

Worcester chamber using North County financing for startups

Brad Kane |

Needing a way to get financing for Greater Worcester's startups and non-traditional borrowers, Timothy Murray at the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce dialed up one of his old contacts from when...

Trump's Beacon Hill run-ins

State House News Service |

Despite weighing presidential runs in 1988, 2000 and 2012, the incoming president had only topically intersected with Massachusetts politics until his run pitted him against much of the Bay State.

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