E. F. Hodgson Company
The E. F. Hodgson Company of Dover, Massachusetts, was one of a number of companies who used specialty mail-order catalogs, to advertise and sell sectional and ready-cut houses. From a small New Engla...
Data General RDOS
RDOS (Real-time Disk Operating System) was a real-time operating system released in 1972 for the popular Data General Nova and Eclipse minicomputers. RDOS was capable of multitasking, with the ability...
Boston Daily Advertiser
The Boston Daily Advertiser (est. 1813) was the first daily newspaper in Boston, and for many years the only daily paper in Boston.
The Advertiser was established in 1813, and in March 1814 it was...
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WHDH-TV (defunct)
WHDH-TV, VHF analog channel 5, was a television station located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The station ceased operations on March 18, 1972, following the revocation of the station's lice...
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@stake
ATstake, Inc. was a computer security professional services company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. It was founded in 1999 by Battery Ventures (Tom Crotty, Sunil Dhaliwal, and Scott Tobin...
Charles River Broadcasting
Charles River Broadcasting was the owner of three classical music stations, one classic rock station, one CNN Headline News relay in Rhode Island, and a syndicated classical satellite delivery program...
Datacube Inc.
Datacube Inc. (1978–2005) was an image processing company that developed real-time hardware and software products for the industrial, medical, military and scientific markets.
Datacube was f...
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The Boston Record
The Boston Record was founded on September 3, 1884 by The Boston Daily Advertiser as an evening campaign newspaper. The Record was so popular that it was made a permanent publication.
Aeolian-Skinner
Æolian-Skinner Organ Company, Inc. — Æolian-Skinner of Boston, Massachusetts was an important American builder of a large number of notable pipe organs from its inception as the Skinner Organ Company ...
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Stanley Woolen Mill
Stanley Woolen Mill is the common historic name applied to a defunct company based in southeastern Massachusetts and to the company's buildings which stand at the southern entrance to the Blackstone R...
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Holtzer-Cabot
Holtzer-Cabot was a Boston, MA company founded in 1875. They specialized in small motors, fire alarm systems, telegraph-related products, and various other electric devices. The company closed in 1972...
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Dupont Viscoloid Company
The Dupont Viscoloid Company, Inc. is a former plastics manufacturer based in Leominster, Massachusetts. The company was founded by Alexander Paton, Ludwig Stross and Bernard W. Doyle in 1901 as the ...
WJZB-TV
WJZB-TV, UHF analog channel 14, was a television station located in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. The station existed from 1953 to 1969.
The station first signed on the air in December ...
Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates
Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates was founded in 1889 as Berkshire Cotton Manufacturing Company in Adams, Massachusetts. The first mill built by the company was Berkshire Mill No. 1 in Adams. By 1917...
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Tweeter (store)
Tweeter, formerly Tweeter Etc. and Tweeter Home Entertainment, was a specialty consumer electronics retailer providing mid and high end electronic equipment, including flat panel TVs, plasma TVs, car...
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Hathaway Mills
In 1888, Horatio Hathaway, founded the Hathaway Manufacturing Company at New Bedford, Massachusetts for the production of cotton textiles. Hathaway had been a China trader, profiting from whaling in t...
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Suburban World Newspapers
Suburban World Newspapers, based in Needham, Massachusetts, USA, was a privately owned publisher of seven weekly newspapers in the suburbs west of Boston in the 1980s and 1990s.The Boston Herald bough...
OpenPages
OpenPages was a Waltham, Massachusetts-based company providing Governance, Risk, and Compliance software and services to enterprise customers worldwide. Founded in 1996, OpenPages has more than 200 c...
Goodell-Pratt
Goodell-Pratt was a tool manufacturing company based in Greenfield, Massachusetts.The company was originally founded in 1888 as the Goodell Brothers Company by Albert and Henry E. Goodell, and was lo...
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Boston American
The Boston American was a daily tabloid newspaper published in Boston, Massachusetts from March 21, 1904 until September 30, 1961. The newspaper was part of William Randolph Hearst's chain, and thus w...
Shiva Corporation
Shiva Corporation was a company that specialized in computer networking and associated equipment, in particular remote access products. The company was founded in 1985, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Un...
Corwin Manufacturing Company
Corwin Manufacturing Company (formerly Vaughn Machine Company) was a pioneer brass era American automobile company, built in Peabody, Massachusetts.During 1905 and 1906, Corwin produced the Gas-au-lec...
Bay State Newspaper Company
Bay State Newspaper Company, based in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA, was a publisher of weekly newspapers in suburbs north of Boston. It was formed in 1991 by Fidelity Investments after it bought Dol...
Lisp Machines
Lisp Machines, Inc. was a company formed in 1979 by Richard Greenblatt of MIT's Artificial Intelligence Laboratory to build Lisp machines. It was based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.By 1979, the Lisp Ma...
Child World
Child World was an American chain of toy stores that was founded in Avon, Massachusetts, in 1970. Child World once boasted 182 stores and revenues of approximately $830 million annually. From 1977 unt...
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Grout (automobile)
Grout Brothers was a manufacturer of steam-powered automobiles in Orange, Massachusetts. The three brothers, Carl, Fred and C.B. were set up in business by their father William H. Grout who had made s...
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AudioFile (company)
AudioFile was a software company that was founded in Massachusetts in 1990. It was founded under Venture Capital Investment by the Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation.Their early product ...
Zayre
Zayre was a chain of discount stores that operated in the eastern half of the United States from 1956 to 1990. The company's headquarters was in Framingham, Massachusetts. In October 1988, Zayre's par...
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