Massachusetts

Agency | June 27, 2011
SouthCoast Development Partnership   

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Development News | June 23, 2011
MA: SYSCO Expanding in Plympton, Creating 75 New Jobs   

Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray today joined Senate President Therese Murray, Representative Tom Calter, Housing & Economic Development Secretary... More>>


Development News | May 18, 2011
MA: Governor Patrick Joins eClinicalWorks to Celebrate Expanded Headquarters and New Jobs   

Building on the Patrick-Murray Administration’s efforts to advance innovation in health information technology, Governor Deval Patrick recently... More>>


Development News | March 21, 2011
MA: UK Company Announces Plands to Add 50 Jobs in Massachusetts   

Governor Deval Patrick and Cambridge Consultants CEO Brian Moon recently announced that the company will be adding 50 positions in their Boston... More>>


Development News | February 3, 2011
MA: Heartland Robotics Expands and Moves to Boston’s Innovation District   

Heartland Robotics, Inc. recently announced that it is relocating its corporate headquarters and product development efforts to Boston’s Fort Point... More>>


Development News | January 24, 2011
MA: General Dynamics to Create 500 High-tech Jobs in Pittsfield   

Governor Deval Patrick today joined with Senator John Kerry, Pittsfield Mayor James Ruberto, U.S. Navy Commander Mike Riley, and more than 1,000... More>>


Agency | October 18, 2010
MassDevelopment   

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Development News | September 24, 2010
MA: Governor Patrick Highlights Job Creation, Research and Development Expansion at Cubist Pharmaceuticals   

Governor Deval Patrick and Massachusetts Life Sciences Center President & CEO Susan Windham-Bannister today joined company employees and local... More>>


Author | August 11, 2010
Susan Houston   

Susan Houston is executive director of MassEcon, a private, non-profit corporation that promotes Massachusetts as a place to do business. More>>


Development News | April 18, 2010
MA: CSX Corp Plans $100M Expansion   

CSX Corp. plans to more than double the size of its freight yard on Franklin Street and make the city its new freight hub for New England. The $100... More>>