Becker College Professor Enoh Ukpong trains nursing students. If Question 1 passes, the demand for nurses will increase.

Labor vs. Administration: Ballot pits nurses against hospitals

Grant Welker |

Labor-versus-management fights usually take place in a meeting room, or maybe on the picket lines. This one will take place at the polls.

Michelle Brewster and Pauline Teas, senior sales managers for Toll Brothers, at Regency at Glen Ellen. The development is the largest in a series of new projects in Millis.

Millis prepares for years of housing growth as 324-unit development hits former golf course

Grant Welker |

A luxury housing development in Millis once derailed by the Great Recession is now poised to kick off a slate of new homebuilding in the small MetroWest community

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101: Recruiting mistakes


Ready, set, hire! The position has been opened up, the budget approved. Before you have a promising candidate sign on the dotted line, here are some tips to keep in mind about recruiting.

Leverage diversity to your benefit


Diversity is all the ways we are unique by demographics, beliefs, backgrounds, talents, capabilities, ideas, ways of living, generation and experience.

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Kevin O'Sullivan to resign as CEO of MBI

Kevin O'Sullivan will step down at the end of the year as president and CEO of Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives after two decades at the Worcester agency.

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Stephanie Ramey is transforming $900K into heads in beds

In April, Stephanie Ramey was promoted from corporate and events sales manager to executive director of Discover Central Massachusetts.

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Movers & Shakers

Thirteen professionals were on the move recently in Central Massachusetts.

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Top SBA Lenders

Ranked by total number of loans issued in Massachusetts, fiscal year 2018

RankLenderNo. of loansAmount of loans
1Eastern Bank, Natick565$43,285,500
2TD Bank, Worcester227$14,203,100
3Citizens Bank, Natick144$21,142,500

Source: U.S. Small Business Administration and lender websites

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