Honorees from the 2009-2018 Outstanding Women in Business awards attended a special reception in October at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston.
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WBJ announces the 2018 Outstanding Women in Business winners

The past. The present. The future. Read up on 10 years of Outstanding Women in Business.

 
A rendering of a proposed baseball stadium in Weymouth.

WooSox vs. WeySox: Weymouth offered the team an even better deal than Worcester

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Worcester wasn't the only Massachusetts community considering ponying up major money to attract the Pawtucket Red Sox.

Beer from Worcester's Wormtown Brewery

Vice competition: The local beer industry is confident recreational pot won't chip away at its market

Zachary Comeau |

Pretty soon, two of the Massachusetts most sinful industries will compete for the same kind of customers.

 
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10 Things I Know About ... Cloud security

Michelle Drolet |

Running apps in the cloud offers lower fixed costs, auto updates, easier collaboration, disaster recovery, scalability, pay-as-you-go options, lower tech support costs and access from any device.

101: Alignment

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Businesses with great intentions fail all the time. Alignment is what brings a business its intended success.

Retain employees in a turnover industry

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Charles Ribakoff (right) stands with Michael Gross at Harr Motor Group.

Harr Motor Group changes hands

Harr Motor Group in Worcester has officially been sold to company President Michael Gross from longtime owner Charles Ribakoff.

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Lucy Hale & Paul Belsito,
President & Chairman of the board EcoTarium, Worcester

The EcoTarium's shared vision

In June, Paul Belsito took over as chairman of Worcester museum EcoTarium, where he led the search committee to find Luxcy Hale, the replacement for former President Joe Cox.

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Movers & Shakers

Catch up on which Central Mass. professionals are on the move.

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Lists

Registered medical marijuana dispensaries in Central Mass.

Ranked by no. of registered patients, and then employees

RankDispensaryRegistered patientsNo. of employees
1Mass. Wellspring LLC, Acton1,50029
2Good Chemistry, Worcesterundisclosed40
3CommCan, Southboroughundisclosed35

Source: Each dispensary via survey and their websites, Mass. Dept. of Public Health, Cannabis Control Commission



 
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