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Report details gender gap in higher education

State House News Service |

Women account for almost half of all provosts and more than half of deans at Massachusetts colleges and universities, but only 31 percent of the presidents and chancellors, according to a new report...

Funding a startup begins with the basics


Long before a startup gets its first customer, the founders are thinking about solving a problem and dominating their market by releasing their disruptive product into the world.

Gardner credit union, Colo. firm to offer cannabis banking services in Mass.

Zachary Comeau |

GFA Federal Credit Union and a Colorado-based company are the first to offer banking services to the legal cannabis business in Massachusetts.

Biotech, pharma bring in the dollars in Mass.

State House News Service |

More than one-third of all venture capital money invested in biopharmaceutical companies last year went to Massachusetts companies, with the bulk of those dollars headed to companies in Cambridge and...

Biostage to withdraw SEC registration

Holliston biotech Biostage is seeking to withdraw a registration statement with the SEC filed nearly one year ago after no securities had been issued or sold under the statement.

Movers & Shakers

Movers and shakers in Central Massachusetts from July 9 to July 23.

BJ's stock rises 41% after IPO

Grant Welker |

BJ's Wholesale Club shares spiked from a $17 debut Thursday on the retailer's initial public offering, hitting $22 by the close of the day.

BJ's shares priced at $17 for NYSE listing; trading begins Thursday

Zachary Comeau |

Shares of BJ's Wholesale Club's common stock are expected to begin trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange at $17 per share. co-founder joins WPI entrepreneurial push

Zachary Comeau |

Donna Levin, the co-founder of online babysitting and nannying service, has been named to the newly created position of executive director of innovation and entrepreneurship at Worcester...

Brothers sentenced to jail for $400,000 Commerce Bank fraud

Two Chicago brothers have been sentenced to a combined 27 years in prison for defrauding and attempting to defraud banks out of $4 million, including $400,000 from Commerce Bank, formerly...

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