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Print preview: Creating a hardware empire in a post-Amazon world

Emily Micucci |

In a 300-word preview of story set to be published Jan. 22, WBJ Staff Writer Emily Micucci dives into William Aubuchon, IV's passion to build a sustainable hardware chain.

Milford loss-prevention company to be acquired by Las Vegas hospitality security firm

Milford-based loss prevention firm LP Innovations is set to be acquired by a Las Vegas video surveillance firm.

Marlborough medical device maker eyes Asia Pacific market

Zachary Comeau |

A Marlborough maker of medical devices to treat cardiac disorders like atrial fibrillation has expanded its partnership with a Japanese firm to bring the products to Asia-Pacific countries.

Westborough office building sells for $6.2M

An office building surrounded by offices for BJ's Wholesale Club, Middlesex Savings Bank and others has sold for $6.2 million.

Spencer Technologies acquires Yankee Candle N.H. vendor

Northborough retail technology developer Spencer Technologies announced Tuesday it has finalized its acquisition of a New Hampshire firm.

Insulet: Medicare can cover insulin device

Zachary Comeau |

Medical device maker Insulet announced Monday its insulin delivery device, Omnipod, is eligible for Medicare Part D coverage.

Webster Five wants $1B the right way

Brad Kane |

Donald Doyle took over leadership of Webster Five in May 2016, looking to transition the community mutual bank into the future. This March, the company is set to celebrate its 150th anniversary while...

WBJ names the 2018 Best of Business Award winners

Brad Kane |

If you're looking for good companies and organizations to help your business prosper, we recommend you take a look at this list.

Accolades & honors

Diana Lados, Milton Prince Higgins II distinguished associate professor of mechanical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the founder and director of WPI's...

Best of Business: Cinch IT fixes problems before they start

Zachary Comeau |

According to Rick Porter, responding to a client only when something needs fixing is not at all a recipe for success in the information technology business.

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