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ReWalk Robotics eyes $15M offering as Q3 results miss the mark

ReWalk Robotics is expecting its third-quarter earnings to miss the mark and come in almost 6 percent lower than last year’s third quarter.

CycleBar to open in Milford Crossing next month

Zachary Comeau |

A new indoor cycling franchise is expected to open Nov. 1 in the Milford Crossing plaza on Route 109 in Milford.

Sears in Natick Mall only Mass. store to close in bankruptcy

Zachary Comeau |

The Sears store in the Natick Mall is the only of the troubled retail giant's stores to close in Massachusetts after it filed for bankruptcy Monday.

DBR Group in Framingham acquired by Virginia firm

Framingham employee benefit and consulting firm DBR Group has been acquired by a Virginia insurance company.

Experts: Out-of-staters boost Mass. economy

State House News Service |

Economists have long argued that a labor crunch in Massachusetts, punctuated by an aging workforce and slow natural growth in the labor force and population, is serving as a brake on economic growth.

Second Kelley Square design workshop set for Oct. 24

Grant Welker |

Engineers are starting to plan what could be a drastic overhaul of Kelley Square in order to make way for baseball fans and other visitors for a proposed ballpark in the Canal District.

MetroWest Medical Center has new CEO

MetroWest Medical Center has a new CEO in Andrew Harding, who began his first day on the job Monday.

Narrow support among nurses for Question 1 in new poll

State House News Service |

A WBUR poll of 500 registered nurses found 48 percent support Question 1, 45 percent oppose it, while 8 percent don't know, are undecided or refused to answer the question.

Sears, with 11 Central Mass. stores, files for bankruptcy; CEO resigns

Grant Welker |

Sears Holdings, the troubled department stores with 11 Sears and Kmart locations in Central Massachusetts, filed for bankruptcy Monday.

Central Mass. nonprofits share $383K of state small-business grants

Seven nonprofits in Central Massachusetts will share $383,000 among more than $2 million statewide given by the Baker Administration to help small businesses.

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