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Alzheon, a Framingham-based biopharmaceutical company, has promoted Glenn Pauly to chief commercial officer and appointed two new vice presidents.
More than a decade after Massachusetts enacted a landmark law designed to contain health care cost growth, the trend continues to head in the wrong direction, spawning warnings from regulators and industry leaders.
The One Fair Wage Campaign have reached the signature threshold needed to have the measure placed on the 2024 ballot.
The Center for Applied Behavioral Instruction will open a transitional school in a former Clark University building located at 80 William St. in Worcester.
The Massachusetts Pirates have made their move to Lowell’s Tsongas Center official and are now selling home game tickets for next season.
Talia Apartments, a luxury residential complex in Marlborough with 225 units, has been sold to a Boston-based corporation for $74 million.
Beacon Hill's growing financial headache got worse Tuesday when the Healey administration reported that tax collections tumbled in November, putting the state's revenue picture about $627 million below the projection for this point in the year.
The Worcester Red Sox on Tuesday afternoon officially announced the team will be sold to Diamond Baseball Holdings, a corporation based in New York City with more than 20 minor league baseball teams across the country.
While shifting cultural norms in the business community have found hiring managers outwardly working toward hiring a more diverse staff, studies in the last few years by organizations like McKinsey & Co. and Regent University found women and people of color are promoted less frequently than their white male counterparts. This produces a dynamic where company leadership at many organizations remains dominated by white males even as the company's employees become more diversified.
A property in Worcester’s Canal District – which had been slated to be turned into 375 apartments – is back on the market.
On Saturday, for the third day in a row, only a smattering of the House's 135 sitting Democrats attended a session where Speaker Ron Mariano's leadership team hoped to push through a $3.1 billion spending bill featuring critical funds for emergency family shelter, public employee pay raises, and special education.
Clark University in Worcester has named Thomas Herald as its new regional director of the school’s Small Business Development Center.
Dozens of Central Massachusetts nonprofits have received funds ranging from $5,000 to $30,000, as part of the Worcester-based Reliant Foundation’s 2023 community grants.
The Central Massachusetts Business Confidence Index rose from 45.7 to 49.6 in November, as statewide data showed a slight decrease.
The Collings Foundation, a nonprofit educational foundation based in Stow, has decided to ground all of its aircraft and put them on static display at its American Heritage Museum.
A new Stafford Street bar is closing tonight in Worcester.
A property located on Main Street in Worcester has been sold for $1.25 million.
Tenet Healthcare has named a new chief nursing officer to oversee its hospitals in Worcester, Framingham, and Natick, while its former nursing executive departs to take on a role at ForHealth Consulting at UMass Chan Medical School.
The workforce shortage that has left employers across sectors scrambling to keep operations running in recent years isn't likely to let up "any time, in the rest of anybody's lifetime," one of the nation's leading economists said Thursday.
Diamond Baseball Holdings, a corporation that owns more than 20 minor league baseball teams across the United States, has reached an agreement to purchase the Worcester Red Sox, according to reporting by the Boston Globe
The sale of the 1812 House, a former Becker College property located at 981 Main St. in Leicester, has been finalized.
House and Senate Democrats said Thursday they agreed to a deal on a long-overdue spending bill after their weeks of inaction fueled a political maelstrom.
Fitchburg State University will launch a new, fully online construction management graduate program seeking to address disparities between the demand in project management professionals and the lack of available talent.
Heywood Urgent Care and parent company Heywood Healthcare, which has filed for bankruptcy, are dialing back urgent care offerings at the 266 Main St. location in Gardner. Starting in December, the office will no longer accept same-day walk-in patients for the general public.