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Westborough firm is in business to destroy

Brad Kane |

Fifty years ago, Len Rosen founded Security Engineered Machinery, providing destruction for top-secret government documents and commercial clients.

Know How: Busting your pre-conceived money myths

RYAN A. WAGNER |

Financial literacy should be taught in school, but is rarely spoken about in the home. As a result, most people get their education in bits and pieces.

Protect against identity theft and fraud

BOB AINSWORTH |

Computer information about you lives forever and can be the source of identity theft or even an accidental identity change.

Venture capitalist named as UMass Medical vice chancellor

Zachary Comeau |

Prominent venture capitalist Jim Glasheen will join UMass Medical School on Dec. 4 as the executive vice chancellor for innovation and business development.

Mass. economy grows by 6 percent

State House News Service |

While consumer spending has been "surprisingly weak," the Massachusetts economy jolted forward in the third quarter.

Holliston biotech delisted from NASDAQ

Zachary Comeau |

Holliston biotechnology firm Biostage, Inc. was delisted from the NASDAQ on Friday because its stock price was too low.

Fidelity Bank, Colonial Co-operative announce $870M merger

Zachary Comeau |

Leominster-based Fidelity Bank and Gardner-based Colonial Co-operative Bank will merge to create a financial institution with assets of $870 million.

Avidia Bank branching out beyond Hudson

Grant Welker |

The long-time Assabet Valley bank is riding the industry wave of expansion and growth.

Six considerations when seeking angel investors

Ken Cook |

Angel investors will rarely put money into a pure startup operation.

Area colleges offer more aid as tuition rises

Grant Welker |

The fall semester brings a new class of college students to campuses, but also a new group of students likely to go deep into debt to pay for their classes.

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