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Spinelli created Worcester's only woman-owned CPA firm

In May, Karen Spinelli left her role at president of Robert C. Alario Certified Public Accountants in Leominster to start her own accounting firm, launching the only certified woman-owned CPA firm in...

Women of color must lead by example

MELANIE BONSU |

While the political arena offers a glimmer of hope, it's a fleeting one as the business world still shows little progress for women of color.

10 Things I Know About ... Serving on nonprofit boards

Jessica Morris |

10) Attend meetings. Show up. Regularly attend board and committee meetings to ensure you are a known presence and well informed of the operations.

$416K vs. $220K: The Central Mass. executive gender pay gap grew in 2018

Grant Welker |

The gap of pay between Central Mass. male and female executives increased in the last year, as men continue to hold higher-paying positions.

The Boardroom Gap: Central Mass. businesses slightly improve inclusion of women in leadership

Grant Welker |

Women continue to be vastly outnumbered by men at Central Mass. public companies, though improvement has been found in some areas.

Through a group text spanning six years, five entrepreneurs have created their own support network

Brad Kane |

Five Worcester entrepreneurs who loosely knew of each other began to coalesce in 2013 thanks to a group text.

Caroline’s Cannabis bucks the big marijuana industry trend

Zachary Comeau |

Caroline's Cannabis s the first woman-owned small business and the first general applicant to be awarded a final state license to sell marijuana products.

Our first Women in Leadership edition

Rather than focus solely on one report, WBJ decided to look more wholly at trends surrounding women in positions of power and launched our first ever Women in Leadership edition.

Cultivate, three others to negotiate with Worcester for retail cannabis approvals

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester will begin negotiations for a host community agreement with four more retail cannabis stores, bringing the total number of retail stores to enter that stage to 13.

How is automation impacting your business?

Worcester Business Journal has teamed with The MassHire Central Workforce Board to study how automation is impacting company operations in the region.

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