Grace Elton, the new CEO of Tower Hill Botanic Garden, was born into this role, so to speak, as her parents met while working together at Everglades National Park.
ON THE COVER

Riding attendance surge, Tower Hill CEO plans expansion

Grant Welker |

Tower Hill's attendance outpaces the national trend, as attendance at the 600 members of the American Public Gardens Association rose more than 5 percent to 121 million, the group reported this...

 
Construction crews creating a new loading dock for Stop & Shop, which is expected to open in Milford Crossing by November.

NYC firm spends $20M to create modern Milford shopping plaza

Grant Welker |

New York City property manager RD Management is remaking the old Kmart as a Stop & Shop grocery store and has plans to expand a second building and add a third, creating a total of 15 retail spaces...

 
How To

101: Tracking competitors

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Whether they guide your marketing efforts, service offerings or price decisions, your business competitors' activities should always be of interest to you.

Five signs your lawyer is a keeper

AIVI NGUYEN |

While finding the right lawyer largely depends on your personality, there are some universal characteristics that all great lawyers share, and those are the things you should look for.

10 things I know about... Helping women succeed

BARB FINER |

Four things to expect from your banker

Ken Cook |
 
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  • Movers & Shakers
  • Opinion
The TJX workforce is 77 percent female and 56 percent people of color, but its CEO, president, chief financial officer and four senior executive vice presidents are all white males.

TJX shareholders shoot down diversity measures

Roughly 15 percent of TJX shareholders voted to approve a proposal for setting policies and goals centered around erasing compensation gaps.

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Fred Misilo, director, officer and chair of trust and estates department, Fletcher Tilton, PC.

Fletcher Tilton boosts elder law division

As Worcester law firm Fletcher Tilton nears its 200th year of serving clients, the business has gotten increasingly complex in order to serve its clients throughout their entire lives.

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Movers & Shakers

Nashoba Valley Medical Center, North Brookfield Savings Bank, and Erland Construction all announced new appointments.

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Lists

Largest MetroWest employers

Ranked by number of local employees

RankEmployerNo. of local employeesYear founded
1Dell Technologies EMC Corp., Hopkinton9,0001979
2Staples Inc., Framingham~5,0001986
3The TJX Cos. Inc., Framingham4,0601976

Source: Each employer via survey



 
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