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Two employees at Sturbridge-based McCurdy Insurance passed licensing exams. Justin Bellinger, commercial lines manager, and Emily Simons, a personal...

Boardroom Gap: Women vastly underrepresented in Central Mass. corporate leadership

Grant Welker |

A three-month WBJ investigation into 75 prominent Central Massachusetts business organizations found women comprise a disproportionately low percentage of senior executives and board seats.

Tri-Valley Inc. gets new CEO

Tri-Valley Inc. has promoted Elisabeth “Lisa” Prince to executive director and CEO, the Dudley-based nonprofit announced Tuesday.

Glass manufacturer expanding, but new hires slow

Workforce development is a common theme in manufacturing, and glass manufacturer SCHOTT is no different. The company is expanding but struggling to fill vacant positions.

Oxford firm spends $13M on two Marlborough properties

Zachary Comeau |

Two office buildings in Marlborough, including the U.S. home of ReWalk Robotics, have been sold to Oxford-based Minardi Limited Partnership for more than $13 million as the property management firm...

Founder of Boost Fitness is creating a fitness empire

Brad Kane |

About 12 years ago, Mark Federico opened the first Anytime Fitness franchise in Marlborough before deciding to create his own independent business in Boost Fitness.

Two of the grocery industry's unique brands are about to settle in Central Massachusetts

Grant Welker |

Grocery shopping can be a mundane experience, a get-in-and-get-out exercise not exactly stirring up passion.Then there's Whole Foods Market and Market Basket.

The 20 most developable sites in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

These properties – which could host retail, housing, industrial or office complexes, or some mix – are practically hiding in plain sight, simply waiting for the right buyer or builder.

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.

Boost Fitness acquired by NYC fitness chain

Zachary Comeau |

Hudson-based Boost Fitness and its eight Massachusetts locations have been acquired by a New York City-based nationwide chain of gyms.

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