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Five found guilty in New England Compounding Center case

Grant Welker |

Five people involved in the New England Compounding Center fungal meningitis outbreak that killed more than 100 people were found guilty Thursday for their roles in the case.

Temescal awarded Hudson, Pittsfield marijuana licenses

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester cannabis product manufacturer and grower Temescal Wellness has been approved for shops in Hudson and Pittsfield, with a Framingham location also planned.

Holliston warehouse sells for $2.8M

A 45,000 square-foot warehouse and manufacturing building in Holliston has sold for just over $2.8 million.

Framingham software firm makes acquisition

Rave Mobile Safety, a Framingham maker of safety software, has acquired a provider of emergency notification and incident management solutions.

EMC parent Dell going public

Grant Welker |

Five years after it was taken private, EMC parent Dell Technologies is hitting the market once again. Dell said it has received shareholder approval to begin trading on Dec. 28.

Craft beer restaurant owner buys Riviera strip club

Zachary Comeau |

The owner of a craft beer restaurant franchise has purchased the Riviera Show Club on Southbridge Street, but no changes are planned just yet.

Flying Dreams to open Marlborough taproom Friday

Zachary Comeau |

Flying Dreams Brewing Co. is opening its taproom Friday in the Marlborough space vacated by a brewer that never got the chance to open.

Route 20 funding will help $45M Shrewsbury development

Grant Welker |

A Market Basket-anchored redevelopment of the former Edgemere Drive-In site in Shrewsbury took a major step forward Wednesday with a $3.75-million grant for road improvements.

Framingham State launching hospitality, tourism degree

Grant Welker |

Beginning with the spring 2019 semester, Framingham State will begin a hospitality and tourism management major it says is the first in the state university system.

Boston Scientific claims $35M+ victory in patent dispute

A U.S. federal court has ruled a California medical device company’s heart valve system infringes on a similar device from Marlborough-based Boston Scientific.

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