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Claudia Russo has never backed down because of roadblocks in her way, and it’s a good thing since she’s faced countless obstacles on the road to running her now multi-million-dollar office furniture sales firm, Workplace Resource.
Boston developer Bulfinch Cos. has pulled the plug on plans to repurpose the former Neiman Marcus department store at the Natick Mall as lab space and is instead working with a fitness club owner to put a pickleball club in the shopping center.
Root & Press, a cafe and bookshop near Tatnuck Square in Worcester, will close its current location and move to Shrewsbury Street.
An affiliate of Michigan retail real estate investment firm, Agree Realty Corp. purchased the location of a BJ’s Wholesale Club at 26 Whittier St. in Framingham for $28 million.
A retail property at 395 Park Ave. in Worcester sold for $1.2 million to the owners of a neighboring restaurant property.
After closing its Main Street location in March, local food purveyor Maker to Main reopened in a larger Canal District space on Harding Street at the former location of Harding Glass.
A trio of community-minded tech workers are connecting Downtown Fitchburg to a new internet service and looking beyond.
The owners of Chuck’s Steak House, a Route 20 staple in Auburn since 1978, is looking to sell the restaurant property and relocate the business to a more modern and efficient space.
Marlborough bulk retailer BJ's Wholesale Club Holdings has named Anjana Harve as executive vice president, chief information officer.
Clark University faces questions about its commitment to the community as it plans to demolish and redevelop a block owned by the school.
With more than $1 million in annual sales, The Blessing Barn Home Store and Sharing Center and its sister locations in Mendon and Boston support the nonprofit Compassion New England.
Retail real estate giant Kimco Realty Corp. of Jericho, New York, which owns Waverly Plaza in Framingham and Mill Street Plaza in Worcester, plans to acquire Northborough Crossing owner RPT Realty of New York City.
The fast-food sandwich chain Subway has been sold to a private equity chain.
Federal officials announced Wednesday that they have ordered Dollar Tree and Family Dollar to address store safety concerns, such as blocked exits, access to fire extinguishers, and improper material storage, at thousands of its stores nationwide,
Commercial cleaning firm AA Cleaning of Marlborough acquired a new home in Hudson for $2.1 million.
Companies are sounding the alarm on the state’s inconsistent product safety testing standards.
Three seasons after moving the Boston Red Sox's top minor league franchise to Worcester, the ownership group of the Worcester Red Sox have reached an agreement to sell the team to Diamond Baseball Holdings, according to a Boston Globe report. Diamond is a New York City-based holding company with more than 20 other minor league baseball franchises, including the Portland Sea Dogs in Maine. The sale to the corporate owner contradicts WooSox Chairman Larry Lucchino's previous comments that he wanted to sell to a local owner.