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    1. State approves deal to keep Titeflex jobs - MassLive.com

      A special tax incentive for Titeflex Corp., approved last month by the city to keep the company and 100 jobs in Springfield, has gained final approval from the state. Mayor Domenic J. Sarno announced Friday that the state Economic Assistance Coordinating Council unanimously approved the special tax agreement which will provide an estimated $300,000 in tax savings for the company during a 12-year period.
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    2. US Department of Defense Announces Latest Contract Awards

      Kollmorgen Corporation, Northampton, Mass., is being awarded an $8,988,790 modification to previously awarded firm-fixed-price contract (N00024-05-C-4310) to exercise options for 6 MK 20 electro-optical sensor systems (EOSS) for CG 47 Class ships and 1 MK 20 EOSS for land-based systems. The MK 20 EOSS is an element of the MK 34 Gun Weapon System. The EOSS interfaces with the MK 160 Mod 11 gun computer system and is operated from a gun weapon system Q-70 control & display console to perform safety checksighting of gunnery fire, to aid with identification of surface/air contacts, and to provide quality track ...
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    3. Breaking the Mold

      Breaking the Mold
      Mel O’Leary called it “the turning point.” He was referring to work with Reebok in the early ’90s to develop something called the “dynamic mid-sole crossover,” or DMX cushion for short. This was the athletic shoe maker’s answer to Nike’s famous ‘pump,’ and for Ludlow-based Meredith-Springfield, it was much more than a $1 million, 18-month development project.
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    4. Editorial: Deal to keep Titeflex a smart move by Springfield

      Today Titeflex employs only 100 at its Hendee Street plant in East Springfield, but every one of those jobs is important to the local economy. And while state and local officials recognize the need to create new jobs, they also understand that saving jobs – especially manufacturing jobs – is just as important. That’s why we’re pleased that Springfield has come up with some incentives of its own to prevent Titeflex from heeding the siren call from the South.
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    5. Springfield gives tax break to Titeflex Corp. to keep company from moving to South Carolina | Massachusetts Local News - MassLive.com

      Springfield gives tax break to Titeflex Corp. to keep company from moving to South Carolina | Massachusetts Local News - MassLive.com
      The city has approved a special tax incentive agreement for Titeflex Corp. that will keep the manufacturing company and its 100 employees in East Springfield rather than accepting enticements to move to South Carolina.
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    6. Marox Corp. Brings Surgical Precision to Medical Manufacturing

      Marox Corp. Brings Surgical Precision to Medical Manufacturing
      “Surgeons like it because they can see,” said Rosenkranz, Marox’s vice president of sales and marketing. “There are usually three titanium markers we assemble into PEEK, and on an X-ray they show up as three dots, showing surgeons how the implant is positioned.”
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    7. Emerging technologies like Qteros, Scuderi and FloDesign offer hope for future | Business - MassLive.com - - MassLive.com

      Emerging technologies like Qteros, Scuderi and FloDesign offer hope for future | Business - MassLive.com - - MassLive.com
      But what of Qteros, the Scuderi Group and FloDesign Wind Turbine? All are young Pioneer Valley companies with intentions to do innovative things in their industries – namely ethanol production, internal combustion engines and wind turbines.
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    8. Outlook 2010: Job growth awaits return of spending, confidence | Business - MassLive.com - - MassLive.com

      Outlook 2010: Job growth awaits return of spending, confidence | Business - MassLive.com - - MassLive.com
      "The worst of this downturn may be behind us, but there is a long road in front of us to recover and that recovery may be slower than we would like," said Michael D. Goodman, former director of economics and public policy at the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute in Hadley and now a professor of public policy at UMass-Dartmouth. "Consumers and households have really been whacked hard. That has an impact on demand for a wide variety of goods."
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