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Growth, consolidation moved Cogmedix from Worcester to West Boylston

A new West Boylston facility will enable the company to continue growing at its current pace, including for up to 20 more employees in the near term, Cogmedix President and CEO Chris Coghlin recently...

Former Allegro Microsystems building sold for $3.9M

The former Allegro Microsystems building at 115 Northeast Cutoff in Worcester has sold to an industrial property developer for $3.9 million.

Hologic's MacMillan lands fifth in U.S. for CEO pay

Grant Welker |

Hologic CEO Steve MacMillan was the fifth-highest-paid CEO among the country's largest public companies, according to the latest annual analysis by The Wall Street Journal.

Milford music oil manufacturer sues competitor for infringement

A 60-year-old Milford producer of lubricating oils for musical instruments is suing an Indiana competitor for patent infringement.

Acacia: Little impact to Chinese company restrictions

Acacia Communications is complying with a federal order imposing restrictions on doing business with Chinese telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics manufacturer.

Cogmedix to expand with new West Boylston HQ

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester medical device contract manufacturer Cogmedix is expanding its facilities and moving into a new headquarters at an 80,000-square-foot building in West Boylston.

Mass. unemployment rate hit lowest level in 19 years

Devina Bhalla |

April's unemployment rate was down from 3.0% in March to 2.9% in April, which is the lowest rate since December 2000, according to state officials.

CCC holds off on approving Sira Naturals' acquisition

Zachary Comeau |

The acquisition of Milford marijuana company Sira Naturals by a Canadian investment group will have to wait, as the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission opted to ask for additional information.

Nasoya Foods penalized $5K for tofu odor violations

Devina Bhalla |

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has issued a demand for Ayer food production company Nasoya Foods to pay $5,000 for air pollution violations.

Lancaster lumber facility penalized $9,620 for toxic use violations

Devina Bhalla |

Lancaster lumber treatment facility and distributor Bestway of New England, Inc. has been penalized $9,620 for hazardous waste and toxic use violations.

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