Archive | February, 2012

Stephen Crosby says the Gaming Commission will be a regulator

Odds Are …

A Conversation with the ‘Casino Czar’ Stephen Crosby, the recently named chair of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, says the top priority for his panel is to conduct a process that will be above reproach. But in many ways, that test could become a mere baseline for the commission, he told BusinessWest in a wide-ranging interview, […]

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Lisa and Eric Chamberlain

Anatomy of a Business Venture

Chamberlain Group Has Become a Model of Success They were working in Hollywood special effects when someone suggested that they take their model-making talents and put them to use making lifelike body parts for medical training. That’s how Eric and Lisa Chamberlain entered an exciting new field with a world of growth potential. They’ve become […]

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Kathleen Bourque, left, and Carol Leary

A 21st-century Vision

Bay Path Initiative Is Designed to Position Graduates for Success Itai??i??s called WELL, short for Women as Empowered Learners and Leaders, a new program at Bay Path College in Longmeadow designed to test and enhance leadership skills. Itai??i??s part of a bold initiative to reposition the school as ai???the new American womenai??i??s college for the […]

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Ann Hamilton says area business people tend to be focused on community

One-stop Shop

Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Oversees a Diverse Region Not far from the front door of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce is downtown Greenfield’s intersection of routes 2 and 5, two of the three major arteries through the area. This interchange, along with the interstate just down the hill, is doing a good job […]

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