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Cannabis enforcement threat may result in bigger returns, CCC chair says

State House News Service |

The abrupt change in the federal government's approach to marijuana law enforcement means investors in the state-sanctioned Massachusetts pot market could see bigger returns on their investments,...

bankHometown CEO Hewitt to retire

Zachary Comeau |

Oxford-based bankHometown announced Friday its President and CEO Michael Hewitt will retire at the end of June after leading the bank for five years.

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...

Best Employee Services in 2018

Where are the best business schools or financial planning services? Our readers voted.

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.

Networking meetings are like moths to light

Ken Cook |

Networking meetings are well marketed. They offer the promise of that one connection that will lead to business.

Main Street Bank names, promotes CFO, COO

Main Street Bank in Marlborough on Friday announced it promoted two long-time executives to be its executive vice president and chief operating officer.

As the banking industry consolidates, loans will increase

Grant Welker |

With the American economy humming along at a steady rate – with job rates, household spending and consumer confidence all up – financial institutions lent more in 2017 than at any year...

Westborough firm is in business to destroy

Brad Kane |

Fifty years ago, Len Rosen founded Security Engineered Machinery, providing destruction for top-secret government documents and commercial clients.

Know How: Busting your pre-conceived money myths

RYAN A. WAGNER |

Financial literacy should be taught in school, but is rarely spoken about in the home. As a result, most people get their education in bits and pieces.

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