The North Central Massachusetts Development Corporation on Thursday announced it has launched a new website as a resource for existing businesses, startups and companies considering expanding or relocating to the area.
The Massachusetts Port Authority announced Thursday it had reached agreement with the ride-hailing service Lyft, and Uber said it aims to offer its UberX service at the airport starting Feb. 1, the same day as Lyft.
Despite weighing presidential runs in 1988, 2000 and 2012, the incoming president had only topically intersected with Massachusetts politics until his run pitted him against much of the Bay State.
An 80,064-square foot-office building in Littleton with high-tech and medical device tenants was sold for $4,375,000, according to the company that represented the seller.
The owners of Crust Bakeshop in Worcester announced they have sold their downtown bakery to one of their employees for an undisclosed amount.
Zebra Biologics Inc., a Concord-based emerging pre-clinical biotechnology company, is collaborating with Worcester global biopharma AbbVie to discover agonist antibody therapies for inflammatory diseases.
International Data Group, Inc. (IDG) of Boston, which owns Framingham-based International Data Corporation, is being acquired by two Chinese companies, the buyers announced Thursday.
Greater Boston Commercial Properties of Northborough announced four leasing deals totaling more than 25,000 square feet and the procurement for a direct buyer of a 38,000 square foot building, all in MetroWest.
The Massachusetts unemployment rate fell for the sixth consecutive month in December, dropping to 2.8 percent for the first time since December 2000.
Girls Inc. and Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester are receiving a combined $15,000 in grants through MassDevelopment's AMP it up! program.
Documents furnished to State House News Service indicate Cape Wind made a recent lease payment of $88,278, the exact amount that has been paid each of the prior six years to maintain the lease.
Gov. Charlie Baker's plan to address rising public and private health care costs by capping provider prices and fining employers that don't offer coverage drew a strong rebuke from some in the business community Tuesday.