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Kasalis, a Burlington, Massachusetts-based industrial technology firm, has been acquired by publicly-traded electronic products firm Jabil Circuit Inc. Terms of the acquisition by St. Petersburg-based electronics firm Jabil , which happened in May, were not disclosed. The Kasalis office in Burlington will remain open and be expanded as part of the acquisition, growing headcount from 27 to about 40 within the next few months, said Irvin Stein , senior global business units director of Jabil Optics, the division of Jabil that Kasalis will now fall under. Comment?
Simon Property Group said Thursday that shoppers can now charge their electric cars at 12 malls in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Comment?
Gillette, the Procter & Gamble owned razor maker that is headquartered in Boston, is working on a new razor that dispenses shaving gel or lotion while you shave. Comment?
The Exeter, N.H.-based hockey gear maker's "Own the Moment" store will open in the Hockey Giant space near REI at 758 American Blvd. W. to help facilitate the conversion of our location, which will present a great opportunity for hockey players in the greater area to enjoy an incredible brand experience from hockey's leading manufacturer," Hockey Giant CEO Shael Wilder said in a news release . " has been a great partner of ours for years, and we are pleased to play a role in helping bring the Own The Moment retail experience to Bauer will convert the 33,000-square-foot space to include an indoor ice rink where shoppers can try out equipment. Comment?
ClickSoftware Technologies , an Israeli workplace management software firm with its North American headquarters in Burlington, Mass. will be acquired by a private equity firm for $438 million. Comment?
For new Oracle Corp. hires, California is a hotter destination than Boston, according to one of its chief executives. But Beantown has its own benefits that make it one of the most important recruiting and operating locales for the computer technology giant, he said. Comment?
Orlando is one step closer to possibly luring a global tech firm to base its U.S. headquarters in downtown, bringing with it 100 new high-wage jobs. The city of Orlando's Community Redevelopment Agency board on April 22 recommended approval for Avid Technology Inc. , a software and hardware solutions firm, to receive a $400,000 incentive package, which equates to $4,000 for each job created. Comment?
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