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    Wednesday, January 31, 2018
    BY ZACHARY COMEAU A federal court has found a Chinese wind turbine manufacturer guilty of stealing trade secrets from Devens-based AMSC, which the company says caused the loss of more than $1 billion in market capitalization and 70 percent of its workforce. A jury of 12 returned a guilty verdict on three counts: conspiracy to defraud the United States, theft of trade secrets and wire ...read more
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    Monday, January 29, 2018
    AIM President: Technology Key to Solving Worker Shortage Posted by Christopher Geehern on Jan 26, 2018 1:14:00 PM   Robotics, artificial intelligence and automation hold the unique promise of resolving the shortage of skilled workers that threatens the economic future of Massachusetts, AIM President and Chief Executive Officer Richard C. Lord said this morning. Delivering the fourth annual ...read more
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    Monday, January 29, 2018
    Miller settles in as Shirley's interim leaderBy M. E. Jones UPDATED:   01/29/2018 08:50:48 AM EST SHIRLEY - Time was tight when the Board of Selectmen at a meeting earlier this month interviewed two candidates to temporarily replace Town Administrator Patrice Garvin. With her departure date just days away, the board voted two to one to offer the interim job to Travis Miller. Selectmen Enrico ...read more
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    Thursday, January 25, 2018
    Worcester nonprofit Seven Hills Family Services, an affiliate of the Seven Hills Foundation, has been selected by the Executive Office of Health and Humans Services to lead agencies across Central and Eastern Massachusetts in coordinating care for 4,500 Medicaid patients, the nonprofit said in a statement last week. Doing business as the Massachusetts Care Coordination Network, Seven Hills and ...read more
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    Thursday, January 25, 2018
    January 25, 2018  China says your recyclables don't measure up  It's not apparent at the curb yet, but recycling programs across Massachusetts are taking a big hit right now because of a new Chinese policy limiting the amount of contaminants the country will accept in shipments of waste paper and some other scrap materials.  The new level, set at a half of a percent for waste paper and many ...read more
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