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Simonds International announces Canadian merger

Simonds International, the Fitchburg supplier of wood cutting tools, announced Tuesday that it has merged with B.G.R. Saws, a Canadian company.

Mercury Wire advocates for U.S. manufacturing

Mercury Wire has designed and manufactured wire and cable solutions for more than 50 years. The company, which has 120 employees, is based in Spencer.

Brazilian market drive Acton drug tester revenues

Psychemedics, an Acton drug-testing company, saw revenue jump by more than 50 percent in the first quarter, driving profits to $1.5 million.

ReWalk posts $6M quarterly loss

ReWalk Robotics Ltd., a manufacturer of robotic exoskeletons for those with spinal cord injuries, lost more than $6 million in its most recent quarter, despite a 21-percent increase in revenue.

AMSC expects $28M quarterly loss

Grant Welker |

American Superconductor Corp., a Devens power grid planner and engineer, said Wednesday it expects disappointing fourth-quarter revenue.

Coffee roaster builds sustainable success

Dean's Beans in Orange is committed to improving the lives of its farmers through training, fair wages and long-term reforestation projects.

Movers & Shakers

Central Massachusetts professionals joined and were promoted at firms like Becker College, Abby's House, UniBank, Commerce Bank and Webster Five Cents Savings Bank.

Trump's policies not slowing Worcester schools' international applications, yet

Grant Welker |

Despite concerns nationally among colleges and universities over new federal policies scaring away international applicants, Worcester schools have seen no such impact.

State and trade partners highlight ties

State House News Service |

State and business officials stressed the importance of building bonds across borders as representatives of Canadian, French, Swiss and Haitian governments and companies gathered at the State House...

Riverdale Mills seeks to help build Trump's border fence

Laura Finaldi |

Riverdale Mills is working with several design build firms to incorporate WireWall, its fencing product, into proposed designs for the wall on the U.S./Mexico border.

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