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Maine environmental group opposes Mass. energy transmission project

State House News Service |

An environmental nonprofit from Maine was expected to oppose contracts related to the 140-mile New England Clean Energy Connect transmission project at a hearing Wednesday.

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.

Trump's tariffs hurting New England economy

JAMES T. BRETT |

The U.S. must work toward a modernized NAFTA and should reconsider the tariffs.

IPG loses $3B in value Tuesday morning

Oxford laser manufacturer IPG Photonics saw the values of its shares drop 27 percent on Tuesday morning, eroding $3 billion of its total valuation in a few hours.

Hologic scores two patent case victories

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough medical imaging device firm Hologic has scored two legal wins to help protect the company's intellectual property.

Mass. gas prices down 3 cents as U.S. oil production increases

Prices at the pump are down three cents this week, but remain 59 cents higher than the price at this time last year.

Their honeymoon startup

Brad Kane |

Two weeks after their wedding, Dave and Deb LeRiche bought Batch Ice Cream and moved the company from Boston to the LeRiches' New Braintree home.

Manufacturers look to avoid layoffs as Trump's tariffs eat into their bottom line

Zachary Comeau |

The impacts of tariffs have been swift and immediate for Central Massachusetts manufacturers, who are seeing raw material costs spike while they remain locked in deals for goods.

Say nice things about Trump

Personally, I find the way Trump conducts himself to be shameful, and his policies are mean-spirited and self-serving; but as professional journalists, we need to understand both sides and tell our...

ReWalk, Harvard add a year to research agreement

Marlborough medical device manufacturer ReWalk Robotic’s research agreement with Harvard University’s Wyss Institute has been extended one year to 2022.

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