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  • Opinion

    Time For Congress To Do The Right Thing

    James P. Mcgovern Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    The election is behind us, Congress is returning to work in Washington, and we're facing one of the most important economic debates in recent memory.

  • Accolades & Honors

    The Worcester-based Regional Environmental Council of Central Massachusetts received one of six Community Transformation Awards from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

  • Boston Scientific: Moving Right Along

    Livia Gershon Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    When Boston Scientific Corp. decided to move its headquarters from Natick to Marlborough, the issue was one of logistics, the company said.

  • ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Jacks Up Tax-Planning Pros’ Workload

    Emily Micucci

    The stretch between Labor Day and Dec. 31 is when estate planning and financial professionals are buried in work, helping clients shore up finances as one year ends and a new one approaches. This year, that may be truer than ever.

  • The Rainmaker
    The Rainmaker

    7 Ways To Generate Revenue, Even When The Economy Is Slow

    Ken Cook Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    The economic recovery may be slow, but here are seven simple tactics you can use to open up opportunities and draw business your way.

  • Focus On Health Care & Wellness
    Focus On Health Care & Wellness

    Staffing Levels At Root Of Dispute Between Nurses, Hospitals

    Emily Micucci

    Ongoing labor negotiations between area hospitals and their nurses this fall have unleashed opposing points of view of safe staffing levels and how they might affect patient care.

  • Advice

    10 Things I Know About ... Hiring An Intern

    Susan L. Smith Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    10. PICK A SUPERVISOR. You want to have one individual to assign tasks, answer questions and oversee projects.

  • Opinion

    Claims Are Key To Health Care Cost Control

    Bill Randell Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    In 2006, the passage of health insurance reform required all Massachusetts residents to have health insurance that meets “minimum credible coverage,” or pay a penalty.

  • Advice


    In a perfect world, all of our businesses grow flawlessly and profits rise on their own. But in reality, how a business handles a complaint can be the difference between a bad reputation and a lifelong client.

  • Advice

    Grow Sales With Social Media

    Rick Roberge Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    In the 1970s, I knocked on doors to find my customers and got referred to other customers.In the 1980s, I made my cold calls using the telephone and got referred to other customers.

  • Focus On Health Care & Wellness
    Focus On Health Care & Wellness

    The Vanishing Private Practice

    Emily Micucci

    John Kelly, co-owner and physician at Grove Medical Associates in Auburn, is the kind of doctor who knows patients by name, treating families through the generations at his four-physician practice.But soon, he may be a relic.

  • Incorporations


    These Central Massachusetts businesses filed incorporation papers with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Sept. 1-15, 2012. Listed below are the corporate name, address, ZIP and president.ACTON

  • Worcester Mag Shakes Up Management

    The appointment of Kathy Real as publisher of Worcester Mag this month is aimed at improving the financial position of the alternative weekly, its owner said.

  • Page One Story
    Page One Story

    Health Care Jobs On The Growth Track

    While most expanding health care occupations in Massachusetts are projected to grow 10 to 20 percent this decade, there are some that especially stand out.

  • Westborough Optimistic Ameridose Will Reopen

    Emily Micucci

    Ameridose LLC of Westborough kept a relatively low profile until a fatal meningitis outbreak tied to its sister company, New England Compounding Center (NECC) of Framingham, hit the nation this fall.

  • Photo Finish
    Photo Finish

    Photo Finish: Nov. 26

Today's Poll

Has your company created pathways for women, people of color and other minorities to advance to more senior positions?
Poll Description

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.