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TJX plans to add 1,800 new stores

Grant Welker |

TJX, the parent of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods, could expand by 1,800 stores in the long term to about 5,600 locations.

Charitable works

Volunteers from Leominster Credit Union participated in one of the largest meal-packing events for United Way of North Central Mass. More than 100,000 meals were packaged by 400 volunteers for 20...

Movers & Shakers

Ten professionals got hired or promoted at places including Fallon Health, JM Coull and Fidelity Bank.

Howard turned Shirley manufacturer into global firm

Laura Finaldi |

Under Steve Howard's leadership, Bemis Associates has grown from a single facility in Shirley to an adhesive maker with a global presence that collaborates with brands like Nike and Under Armour.

Strully grows NECC by running it like a traditional business

Laura Finaldi |

Vincent Strully Jr. could have never predicted that the nonprofit he founded would eventually become one of the leading autism education and research centers in the world, employing more than 1,200,...

Carroll never stops working, advocating

Emily Micucci |

Frank Carroll never left Worcester, but in a vast career in business advocacy bringing him deep into the national political area and an abiding commitment to philanthropy, Carroll's reach extends far...

Anthes grew health nonprofit into a community force

Laura Finaldi |

Frances M. Anthes has made it her goal to provide everyone – regardless of economic status – with access to comprehensive health care.

Angelini connects the dots of Worcester's community

Laura Finaldi |

Over the course of his 50 years in Worcester, Michael P. Angelini has had his hands in a lot of different ventures.

WBJ names the 2017 Business Leaders of the Year

Peter Stanton |

This year, WBJ rethought its oldest and most established awards issue and added a new category: the WBJ Business Leader Hall of Fame.

Psychemedics ends 2016 with 45% revenue growth

Laura Finaldi |

Revenues at Psychemedics, a hair-based drug testing company, grew by 45 percent for the full year 2016, and by 75 percent in the fourth quarter compared to the same time period in 2015.

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