Supply Chain Solutions, Spring 2009, Staying on Track by Howard U. Passman
Howard U. Passman, principal of Howard U. Passman Associates, LLC, says that RFID is a great tool, but it has still not kept the promise of delivering real-time sales and inventory numbers.

CioZone, June 3, 2009, Stimulus Plan a Prescription for Consolidation by Mel Duvall
Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., says that one of the unintended consequences of President Obama’s drive to adopt electronic health records would be a wave of mergers and acquisitions.

ZDNet, May 28, 2009, Will Health IT Go to the Usual Suspects by Dana Blankenhorn
Leonard Fuld, a competitive intelligence analyst who recently war gamed the coming health IT war, says the government’s health reform efforts will consolidate the whole healthcare industry.

New York Times.com, Bits: Business • Innovation • Technology • Society, May 28, 2009, Electronic Patient Records Will Force Consolidation in Health Care by Steve Lohr
Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., predicts that the accelerated adoption of electronic patient records will force consolidation in the healthcare technology industry. This was one of many conclusions from a “war game” his firm organized with four top business schools. (With video)

Providence Journal, May 23, 2009, Tax Treaty Tiff: Condos as Dorms by Christine Dunn Capitol Cove LLC has leased its condominiums as dorms to Johnson & Wales University for three years, while continuing to pay property taxes to Providence.

Providence Business News.com, May 22, 2009, Five Questions With: Robert Roth
by Kevin Shalvey
Robert Roth, President of Capitol Cove, LLC, discusses Capitol Cove’s decision to lease the new condominium development to Johnson & Wales University for student housing over three years.

NowPossible.com, May 22, 2009, “Trust, but verify” says StopLift CEO
StopLift CEO Malay Kundu says that ‘sweethearting’ losses at the checkout are a third of a store’s losses, and his technology detects it.

National Public Radio’s “Marketplace”, May 21, 2009, New Tech Keeps Grocery Losses
in Check
New technology by StopLift is helping to prevent grocery stores from racking up losses at the checkout counter. Jennifer Collins reports.

CNET News, May 18, 2009, Students Predict the Future of Health Records by Ina Fried
Top MBA students participated in a War Game, assuming the roles of industry players, on the battle to digitize America’s health records, organized by Fuld & Company. (With video)

Associated Press, May 11, 2009, Asking a Machine to Spot Threats Human Eyes Miss by Andrew Vanacore, AP Business Writer
Big Y’s security system is using StopLift’s technology to detect sweethearting in the checkout line. No need to watch banks of grainy videotape. (Picked up by 227 newspapers, magazines, radio and TV stations)

FMI Daily Lead, April 30, 1009, Big Y Goes High-Tech to Check Up on Cashiers
Big Y Foods is installing StopLift’s technology that reviews surveillance tapes to see if cashiers are giving away merchandise.

NRF SmartBrief, April 30, 1009, Big Y Goes High-Tech to Check Up on Cashiers
Big Y Foods is installing StopLift’s technology that reviews surveillance tapes to see if cashiers are giving away merchandise.

Hartford Courant, April 30, 2009, Big Y Uses Technology to Counter Cashiers’ Miscues by Anne Hamilton
Big Y is rolling out StopLift Checkout Vision Systems’ sweethearting detection technology to combat the retail industry’s $41 billion in annual employee theft.

Cambridge Chronicle, April 9, 2009, Cambridge Non-Profit Celebrates 30 Years of Rehabbing Abusers by Katrina Ballard
Emerge, the nation’s first batterers’ intervention program, holds abusive men accountable for their behavior.

Progressive Grocer.com, April 8, 2009, Big Y Anti-Sweethearting System Now Installed in Half of its Stores
Big Y is now more than halfway through its chainwide rollout of the StopLift Checkout Vision Systems anti-sweethearting technology.

Bio-IT World, March-April 2009, Keeping Science Connected the Web 2.0 Way
by Allison Proffitt
Epernicus, a scientific social networking site, connects researchers with specific expertise or skills by location and advisor networks.

Mass High Tech, March 20, 2009, StopLift Sees a Way to End Retail Inside Theft
Cambridge-based StopLift has created technology that detects “sweethearting” at the
retail checkout. Cashiers can no longer get away with giving away merchandise by not
scanning it.

Boston Globe, Editorial Page, March 19, 2009, A Disturbia of Dating Violence
Many teens say control and jealousy are a normal part of a relationship and blame Rihanna
for her beating by boyfriend Chris Brown. However, Susan Cayouette,
Co-Director of Emerge, says Brown needs treatment, not anger management.

Boston Globe, G section, Mark Your Calendar
Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra, March 22, at Showcase Live, Patriot Place.

WBZ, NightSide with Dan Rea, March 13, 2009, Focusing on the Abuser in
Domestic Violence
Susan Cayouette, Co-Director of Emerge, the nation’s first intervention program for batterers, and Frank, a former batterer who graduated from Emerge’s program, spend an hour with Dan Rea discussing how abusive men should take responsibility for their behavior, in light of rapper Chris Brown’s assault on Riyanna.

The Wall Street Journal, March 12, 2009, Cutting Back on Kum Ba Yah
by Anjali Athavaley
Ari Ackerman, CEO of Bunk1.com, which enables parents to email their kids and see photos of them at summer camp on their computers, says it has seen a 10-15% drop in summer registration this year due to the economy.

Cape Cod Times, March 10, 2009, Fine Tuning - Cape Man Develops TV Program Search Engine, But Seeks Investment to Prevent Becoming a Static Display
Robert Baron of East Dennis created TVissimo, but the slow economy has kept backers away. Now he is searching for a buyer to benefit from the technology he developed over 18 months.

Canton Citizen, March 5, 2009, Proposed Facility Should Not Be Built on PROSD
by Sherry Alpert
Building the proposed water treatment facility on Public Space and Recreation District (PROSD) land is illegal, according to two lawyers. The Riverview Road Neighborhood Association wants it sited on an adjacent industrial parcel and wants transparency on the 30 parcels that the Board of Selectmen rejected.

Grocery Headquarters, March 2009, Going, Going Gone by Carol Radice
Retailers should be watching their employees more than their customers for shoplifting. StopLift Checkout Vision Systems now helps retailers identify unpaid merchandise left in both the middle and bottom of the shopping cart, besides detecting unscanned items on the conveyor belt.

Retail Info Systems News, February-March 2009, Stop the Sweethearting
by Christina Zarrello
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems catches unpaid merchandise left in the middle and bottom of the basket.

Canton Journal, February 13, 2009, Canton Man Successful with Dating Service
Geoffrey Klein of Canton, CEO of the Post Club, believes that thoughtful introductions have made the company a success in matching people up. (71 pickups in other newspapers)

Film News Briefs.com, February 13, 2009, Website to Watch
Cynopsis Report,
February 11, 2009 Website of the Day
Sometimes you hear about a show or a movie but can’t remember what channel it’s on or when it’s supposed to air. Enter TVissimo, an online TV search engine that allows you to search your provider’s schedule by title, star, description, director, year it first ran

WODS, February 13, 2009
Zito and Karen Blake talk about the Elizabeth Grady Company’s book “What Women Wish Men Knew”.

WBCN, February 12, 2009
Hardy talks about the Elizabeth Grady Company’s book “What Women Wish
Men Knew”.

Mass High Tech, February 10, 2009, Startup Watch: Five You Should Follow
TVissimo.com is a web-based TV show and online video search engine.

Supermarket News, February 9, 2009, Big Y Rolling Out Service That Flags
‘Sweethearting’
Big Y supermarkets is completing the deployment of technology from StopLift Checkout Visions Systems at 35 of its 56 stores this month, detecting when cashiers are deliberately not scanning items.

Banker and Tradesman.com, February 6, 2009, A New Logo for a New Year Follows New Branch, Merger
Sharon Credit Union has rebranded itself, thanks to BrandEquity, with a new branch and
a merger.

Griffin Report of Food Marketing, February 2009, Overhead Camera Technology Monitors Shopping Cart Items
StopLift’s technology detects items left in the middle and bottom of the shopping cart.

New England Real Estate Journal, January 2, 2009, Capitol Cove’s 96-Unit Condominium Development Remains Targeted to Buyers
Capitol Cove remains one of the only condominium developments in downtown Providence targeted exclusively to buyers. HDS Architecture of Watertown designed the five-acre project.

Stores, January 2009, Recognition Software Can Greatly Reduce Internal Theft in Supermarkets
StopLift’s
video recognition software is catching cashiers who engage in sweethearting.

Robb Report, December 2008-January 2009, Vacation Homes, Bahamian Beauty
An Abaco Island home reflects the Caribbean destination’s laid-back atmosphere. The home was designed by HDS Architecture of Watertown, MA.

Biotech Blog, December 31, 2008, New Online Network Lets Life Scientists around the World Share Scientific Research
Epernicus is an online community enabling life scientists to share their research.

Cape Cod Times.com, December 11, 2008, File These under “You Just Never Know”
Here’s a recipe for vegetable lasagna, using Maria and Ricardo’s white flour tortillas.

Retailing Today, December 8, 2009, A Hi-Tech Answer to “Sweethearting” in Time for
the Holidays
Retail theft increases during the holidays, but supermarket chains are using StopLift Checkout Vision Systems to detect it and catch the thieves.

Boston Business Journal, December 5-11, 2008, Entrepreneur: The Love Guru – Dating Service Attracts Singles Who Want More Than Just Dating by Joan Goodchild
Geoffrey Klein, President of The Post Club, believes that the club’s hands-on personal approach accounts for its 20-year success.

Boston Business Journal, December 5-11, 2008, Executive Domains: One-time Manor House Now Boasts Five Luxury Units by Teri Borsetti
HDS Architecture, Watertown, MA, has designed the century-old Longyear Manor, Brookline, into five spacious luxury condos.

ENT Today, December 2008, New Online Network Lets Scientists Worldwide Share
Information
Epernicus www.Epernicus.com is a new online network that is enabling health and life scientists from around the world to share their expertise.

Boston Business Journal, November 28-December 4, 2008, Next Week’s Issue and Beyond (feature photo)
Next week’s Growth Tools: Geoffrey Klein, President of the Post Club, will talk about his “old economy” approach to matchmaking.

Providence Business News.com, November 28, 2008, Capitol Cove Opens Sales Office Capitol Cove, LLC does not intend to rent any condos as apartments, as other downtown condo developments have done.

Journal Inquirer, November 27, 2008, 360 Credit Union Wins State Award, National Competition Next
360 Federal Credit Union has won the 2008 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Recognition Award and is now entered in the Credit Union National Association’s national competition.

WCVB-TV, Boston, November 20, 2008, Anti-shoplifting Technology May Cut Down on Thefts – Troubled Economy May Be Leading to Rise in Theft
Malay Kundu, CEO of StopLift Checkout Vision Systems, shows how his innovative “sweethearting” technology catches cashiers who are using various methods to avoid scanning merchandise and, instead, giving it away to their friends.
ABC Affiliate Pickups: 
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WPBF-TV, West Palm Beach, FL
WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH
KOCO-TV, Oklahoma City, OK
WISN-TV, Milwaukee, WI
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KMBC-TV, Kansas City, MO
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KTRK-TV, Houston, TX
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Other Pickup:
TRUTV (Court)

WSB-TV, Atlanta, November 14, 2008, Clerks Caught Stealing from Grocery Stores Grocery clerks are getting caught stealing at the register by StopLift’s new software, which can read their body movements and determine if merchandise is being scanned.
ABC Affiliate Pickups:
WSOC-TV, Charlotte, NC
WPXI-TV, Pittsburgh, PA

Credit Union League of Connecticut Update, November 14, 2008, 360 Federal Credit Union Wins Community Service Award
The 360 Federal Credit Union has won the 2008 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Recognition Award for its 2007-2008 literacy and financial literacy programs.

Hartford Courant, November 9, 2008, 360 Federal Credit Union Wins Award for Service to Schools
The 360 Federal Credit Unions in Enfield and Windsor Locks have won the 2008 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Recognition Award, a literacy and financial literacy campaign for youth and adults.

Mass High Tech, November 7-13, 2008, Five-Step Process to Making Change Work by Stephen Balzac
Stephen Balzac, President of Seven Steps Ahead, says that people don’t mind change ... if they know where they’re going. He offers five steps on how to implement change in the workplace.

Genome Technology Online, November 5, 2008, In Case You Didn’t Have Enough Profiles To Keep Up
Epernicus is a Facebook or LinkedIn for scientists, enabling scientists at close to 1,200 institutions and 57 countries to share their research.

Gourmet Retailer, November 2008, Natural/Organic Tortilla Maker Expanding Down East Coast and Midwest
Maria and Ricardo’s Organic Tortillas are being rolled out at natural/organic retailers and premium grocery markets on the East Coast and Midwest.

Gourmet Retailer, November 2008, New Software to Detect “Sweethearting” at the Checkout
Retail store employees steal $13 billion in merchandise a year through “sweethearting”. StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has created video recognition software to detect it.

Today’s Grocer, November 2008, Natural/Organic Tortilla Manufacturer Expanding throughout East Coast and Midwest
Maria and Ricardo’s organic tortillas are rolling out at natural/organic retailers and premium food stores throughout the East Coast and Midwest.

TheScientist.com, October 24, 2008, New Fills for Funding Gaps
David Vitrant, a PhD student in genetics, is working with Epernicus to explore new funding
for scientific research.

Mass High Tech, October 24, 2008, How I See It:  A Good Leader Shines under Pressure
by Stephen Balzac
Stephen Balzac, President of Seven Steps Ahead, says companies can avoid crises by addressing problems when they are not under stress.  Instead, they ignore the danger signals rather than fix the roof when the sun is shining.

Boston Business Journal, October 24, 2008, Growth Tools: Lessons Learned
The CEOs of Epernicus, Seven Steps Ahead and the Post Club each address:  Where do you see your company’s best chances for growth?

Mass High Tech.com, October 14, 2008, Patent Kinetics Puts Cold.com Domain Name
on the Auction Block
Patent Kinetics LLC has just put the domain name Cold.com up for auction, with a minimum US$1 million bid.

Providence Journal, October 12, 2008, New Projects Keep Condo Inventory High
by Christine Dunn
Capitol Cove www.CapitolCoveRI.com opened a sales office Sept. 21 to sell condos, while other downtown projects are renting their new units.

Mass Market Retailer, October 6, 2008, An Antitheft Coup by John DeGaspari
StopLift’s computer vision technology helps nab “sweethearters”.

Retailing Today, October 6, 2008, Outside Insight: What It Takes to be a Top Brand
by Ted Selame
Ted Selame, President/CEO of BrandEquity, describes how, when and why retailers should rebrand their companies as well as how new retailers brand their companies successfully.

Natural Products Marketplace.com, October 6, 2008
Maria and Ricardo’s organic tortillas are being rolled out throughout the East Coast
and Midwest.

Mass High Tech, September 26, 2008, Epernicus Sets Up Lab Scientists’ Social Network
What LinkedIn did for the business world, Epernicus Inc. www.Epernicus.com hopes to do for scientists.

Jewish Advocate, September 25, 2008, Jewish Conductor Leads New Orchestra
Lawrence Isaacson will conduct the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra’s debut concert at the new Showcase Live in Foxboro on October 5.

Milford Daily News, September 24, 2008, Franklin Students Getting Organized
Horace Mann Middle School students in Franklin are getting organized with innovative binders created by Productive Education, LLC www.BookWindows.com.

Boston Globe South, September 18, 2008, Orchestra Has a New Home by Paul Kandarian
The Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra will hold its debut concert at the new Showcase Live in Foxboro on October 5.

AJAS Journal on Jewish Aging, Fall 2008, Jewish Organizations See Growth from
Rebranding by Ted Selame
In this peer reviewed article, branding expert Ted Selame of BrandEquity describes how
his company's rebranding of MorseLife in West Palm Beach, FL and Hebrew SeniorLife in
Boston, MA enabled both organizations to embrace future growth while preserving their
Jewish heritage.

Supermarket News’ Whole Health, Fall 2008, New & Improved, Wrapped Up
Maria and Ricardo’s organic tortillas www.MariaandRicardos.com is expanding at supermarkets this fall.

Greenpoint Gazette (Brooklyn, Queens), September 14, 2008, Feasting Fancies© Nutrition
Harbar’s Maria and Ricardo’s and Mayan Farm tortillas offer recipes for vegetable lasagna, fruit and arugula salad wrap, spicy tuna salad wrap, caramel apple roll-ups.

Modern Grocer (September 2008)
Natural/Organic Tortilla Manufacturer Expanding
Maria and Ricardo’s organic tortillas will be rolled out at natural/organic retailers and premium grocery markets throughout the East Coast and Midwest starting in October.

InBrief (Massachusetts Alliance for Economic Development), September 2008
Electrochem Commercial Power recently opened its new Raynham facility.

New England Real Estate Journal, August 29-September 4, 2008, Electrochem Opens
New 82,000 s/f, $30 Million Green Manufacturing Facility
Electrochem has opened a new green building in Raynham after a worldwide search for a site to expand from its Canton facility.

The Manufacturing Advancement Center, August 27, 2008, Electrochem Opens New
$30 Million Manufacturing Plant in Raynham
Electrochem held a Ribbon-Cutting at its new 82,000-square-foot “green” manufacturing facility on Friday, August 15 in Raynham.

Patriot Ledger, August 23, 2008, Neponset Valley Faces Unprecedented Wave of Commercial Development by Steve Adams
Sue McQuaid, President of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce
www.NVCC.com, says that major retail projects adding three million additional square feet to the area will have a major impact on traffic. The Chamber secured state funding for a study of the Route 1/Route 95 corridor.

New England Business Bulletin, August 22, 2008, Battery Manufacturer Expands in Raynham
Electrochem www.ElectrochemSolutions.com officially opened a new 82,000-square-foot “green” manufacturing facility in Raynham.

Boston Globe South, August 21, 2008, Business Briefs
Electrochem has relocated to its new 82,000-square-foot manufacturing facility at Raynham Woods.

Sunday Enterprise, August 17, 2008, Electrochem Opens New Facility by Tim Faulkner, Gatehouse News Service
Electrochem, the specialty battery maker, moves its plant from Canton to Paramount Drive.

Taunton Daily Gazette, August 15, 2008 by Tim Faulkner
Electrochem cut the ribbon today on its new $30 million, high-tech research and manufacturing plant in Raynham.

WBZ Radio, August 15, 2008, Electrochem Opens Green Manufacturing Facility
by Anthony Silva
Susan Bratton, Senior Vice President of Electrochem, describes the green features of Electrochem’s green manufacturing facility that opened in Raynham today.

Boston Herald, August 15, 2008
Electrochem Solutions Inc. officially opens its $30 million, 82,000-square-foot “green” manufacturing plant in Raynham today.

Boston Globe/Boston.com, August 14, 2008, Electrochem is Moving to Larger Facilities
by Chris Reidy
Electrochem will relocate 230 employees this week to a much larger “green” facility in Raynham.

MassHighTech.com, August 14, 2008, Electrochem Opens New Battery and Sensor Facility in Raynham Tomorrow
New York-based customized battery power and wireless sensor company Electrochem Solutions Inc. is expected to cut the ribbon on its new $30 million facility in Raynham tomorrow morning.

Patriot Ledger, August 14, 2008, Raynham Woods Readies for Openings This Week
By GateHouse News Service
Battery manufacturer Electrochem scheduled a ribbon-cutting for Friday to celebrate the opening of its 82,000-square-foot plant.

The Enterprise, August 14, 2008, Commerce Center Seen as a Boon to Raynham
Electrochem is holding a ribbon-cutting Friday to celebrate the opening of its new 82,000-square-foot plant.

Latin Week NY, August 14, 2008, Tortillas Go Organic
Harbar’s Mayan Farm and Maria & Ricardo’s tortillas make a great apple pie tortilla.

Greenpoint Gazette, August 13-19, 2008, Feasting Fancies: The International Fancy Food Show by Ralph Lupoli
Ezequiel Montemayor, Sr., CEO of Harbar, which makes Mayan Farm tortillas, said tortillas can be used for any meal, and offers many recipes for cooking with them.

Taunton Daily Gazette, August 13, 2008
Specialty battery manufacturer Electrochem will unveil its new environmentally-friendly manufacturing facility on Route 44 Friday.

RetailWire, August 4, 2008, Monitoring Those Thieving Employees by Tom Ryan
With $13 billion of merchandise stolen through “sweethearting” at the checkout, StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has software that monitors 100 percent of the security video to identify the cashier, date and time of the theft.

Boston Globe South, August 3, 2008, Road Work Ahead — Widening Route 128:
Region’s Own Big Dig by Robert Preer
The widening of Route 128 from Route 9 to Route 24 will not be completed until 2016.
But Sue McQuaid, President of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce, says that the public must consider the 14.3-mile scope of the project.

Jewish Advocate, August 1-8, 2008, Canton Resident Buys Post Club: Dating Company
Can Still Compete by Lorne Bell
Geoff Klein, new owner of the Post Club www.PostClub.com, says the matchmaking club is thriving after 20 years because of its personal service and integrity, while other such firms have ignored these values and failed.

Griffin Report of Food Marketing, August 2008, Packing Some Punch: Cameras over Checkout Registers: Monitoring “sweethearting" Theft Activity
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems catches theft at the checkout when items aren’t scanned.

Hartford Courant, July 31, 2008, Easy as Pie
Mayan Farm tortillas make a great apple pie crust, with an easy apple pie recipe.

CNBC’s “Power Lunch,” 1 Good Idea, July 29, 2008, Retailers Love New Theft
Detection Software
Malay Kundu, CEO of StopLift Checkout Vision Systems www.StopLift.com, has created technology that works with video security to catch “sweethearting”, when the cashier deliberately doesn’t scan merchandise for friends or family. Video and story also on: CNBC.com and MSN.com.

New York Daily News, Lifestyle Blog, July 25, 2008, Fusion Pizza in under 15 Minutes
by Rosemary Black, A Touch of Rosemary
Harbar’s Mayan Farm and Maria & Ricardo’s tortillas make great pizza, substituting
tortillas for the pizza dough in an easy multigrain pizza recipe.

Patriot Ledger, July 23, 2008, Successful Start: Neponset Valley Chamber Leader Works to Expand Membership, Chamber’s Role
After a year on the job, Sue McQuaid, President of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce www.NVCC.com in Norwood, MA, is expanding membership in the Chamber’s 13 towns, from the individual entrepreneur to the global corporation.

Boston Globe South, July 6, 2008, A Neponset Valley High Note: Classical Gets Closer to Home by Paul Kandarian
The new Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra www.NVPOrchestra.org will bring professional, inexpensive classical concerts to the Neponset Valley beginning this fall, if it raises $300,000.

Patriot Ledger, July 3, 2008, Targeting an Audience Beyond Restaurants: Canton Tortilla Maker Expanding Its Retail Presence
Harbar www.Harbar.com is expanding its retail presence with the new Mayan Farm tortilla line at Stop & Shop and Big Y. Its Maria & Ricardo organic line is expanding to Whole Foods throughout the east coast.

Griffin Report of Food Marketing, July 2008, Harbar Tortillas in Retail Aisle
The new Mayan Farm Tortillas, the retail line created by Harbar, LLC
www.Harbar.com in Canton, MA, are now in the bread aisle at Stop & Shop and Big Y supermarkets.

Tri-State Food News, July 2006, New Technology Detects “Sweethearting” at Retail Checkout
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has created video recognition software to catch “sweethearting”, when cashiers pretend to scan merchandise but give it away to their friends or family.

Hospitality Technology, June 26, 2008, Reduce Costs through Purchasing Upgrades
The Marriott Marquis, Manhattan has streamlined its $20 million in annual food and beverage purchases with Adaco Services’ www.AdacoServices.com Eclipse software.

CBS4 Miami, June 25, 2008, FDA: Concern over Drugs for Bone Strength
Dr. Phuli Cohan www.PhuliCohanMD.com will not prescribe bisphosphonates to boost bone density, since new evidence shows that they can cause bone pain and fractures. Instead, she prescribes vitamins and natural hormones.

The Wall Street Journal, June 16, 2008, Stop That Thief by Raymund Flandez
StopLift Inc. of Bedford, MA has devised a system that combines cameras with advanced
software to spot sweethearting, when cashiers give friends and family freebies by pretending to scan the merchandise. See StopLift video on WSJ.com.

Boston Globe, June 16, 2008, Elinor Selame, 77, Developed Corporate Logos
Obituary for Elinor Selame, former President and CEO of BrandEquity, which created
branding or logos for Fenway Franks, the Jimmy Fund, Partners HealthCare, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Museum of Science, Goodwill, Stop & Shop,
HP Hood, Zoots, Kabloom, and many more.

Boston Globe South, June 1, 2008, Comic’s Humor Kosher But Not Too Preachy
by Paul Kandarian
Stand-up comedian Rabbi Bob Alper talks about the comedy show he will bring to Temple Beth Abraham, Canton, on June 8.

CPGMatters.com, June 2008, Why and When to Rebrand Your Company by Ted Selame
Ted Selame, President of BrandEquity www.BrandEquity.com, addresses the reasons a retail company would rebrand itself.

New England Food Service, June 2008, New England Tortilla Maker Opens Doors To Consumers — In Bread Aisle
The new Mayan Farm tortillas, the retail line created by Harbar, LLC, are now in the bread aisle at Stop & Shop and Big Y supermarkets.

Modern Grocer, June 2008, Tortilla Manufacturer Opens Doors To Consumers
In Bread Aisle
The new Mayan Farm tortillas, the retail line created by Harbar, LLC, are now in the bread aisle at Stop & Shop and Big Y supermarkets

Retail Merchandiser, May-June 2008, Loss Prevention: Find a Sweetheart
Malay Kundu, CEO of StopLift Checkout Vision Systems, has created innovative video recognition software to help retailers combat sweethearting – when the cashier pretends to scan merchandise but gives it to a friend.

Healthcare Review, May 27, 2008, First Ever Epilepsy Conference Scheduled in
Manchester, NH
With 13,000 people in New Hampshire living with epilepsy, the first epilepsy conference will be held here June 7, sponsored by the Epilepsy Foundation of Mass/RI www.EFMRI.org.

CBS 3, Philadelphia, May 17, 2008, Health: Potential Danger of Boniva
Dr. Phuli Cohan says Boniva and other bone loss drugs actually cause bone death, and these side effects are just beginning to be seen.

Retail Solutions Online, May 15, 2008, Hotel Shops Can Have Same Purchasing and Inventory Controls as Large Retailers
Adaco’s www.AdacoServices.com Emporium software enables retail shops to be fully stocked with items that sell and reduce inventory of slow moving items.

Retail Solutions Online, May 14, 2008, When and Why to Rebrand Your Company
by Ted Selame, President and CEO of BrandEquity
Retailers can benefit from branding or rebranding, whether it be a product, store or chain of stores. BrandEquity has been doing this successfully since 1960.

WBZ-TV, Boston, May 14, 2008, Patients Feel Painful Side Effects of Bone Drugs
by Mallika Marshall, MD
Dr. Phuli Cohan www.PhuliCohanMD.com says she does not prescribe bone loss drugs, which are showing painful side effects, and that hormones and vitamins are more effective.

Hartford Business Journal, May 12, 2008, All in a Name: Credit Union’s Name Change Boosted Membership Numbers by Mary Johnson
BrandEquity renamed Hamilton Sundstrand Federal Credit Union to 360 FCU to boost its membership beyond Hamilton Sundstrand employees.

Hospitality Upgrade, May 9, 2008, Hotel Retail Shops Can Have the Same Purchasing and Inventory Controls as Large Retailers with the Help of Adaco Services
The Grove, a grand luxury country house hotel and golf course in the south of England,
is using Adaco Emporium to have up to date inventory control.

Progressive Grocer, May 1, 2008, Technology: Goodnight, Sweethearting
by Joseph Tarnowski
Supermarket operators rank employee theft as their most severe shrink problem. Big Y is piloting StopLift Checkout Vision Systems' video recognition software to nip the problem in the bud.

Patriot Ledger, April 29, 2008, Meelia Talks of Covidien’s Commitment to Massachusetts Richard Meelia, President of Covidien, tells the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce that the area’s highly educated work force is key to the $9 billion corporation staying in Massachusetts.

Banker & Tradesman, April 28, 2008, Anchor Tenant Brings Pure Intentions
to Brookline
Pure Blu Jeans has opened at Center Place, Brookline, a collaborative effort between developer Sydney Associates and HDS Architecture.

Hartford Business Journal, April 28, 2008, Sweetheart of a Deal by Mary Johnson
Big Y supermarkets are using technology by StopLift Checkout Vision Systems to catch
“sweethearting”, when the cashier deliberately doesn’t scan the customer’s item.

Credit Union Journal, April 28, 2008, CU Cites Name Change for First Net Growth in Members in 7 Years by Ray Birch
Hamilton Sundstrand Federal Credit Union had BrandEquity change its name to 360 FCU to reflect its growth.

Providence Journal, April 20, 2008, Marketing Downtown Condo Project Slows by Christine Dunn
The first phase of Capitol Cove will be condominiums. Architect Hans Strauch of HDS Architecture, said the project relates to College Hill and the pedestrian experience.

Mass High Tech, April 18, 2008, The Reasons for Building ‘Super Patent’ Portfolios by
Robert P. Weber
Robert P. Weber of Patent Kinetics LLC, explains how companies can enhance the value of their patent holdings by building ‘super patent’ portfolios, a portfolio of portfolios.

Credit Union Times, April 16, 2008, Hamilton-Sundstrand FCU Enjoying 360-Degree View of Name Change by Myriam Di Giovanni
Hamilton-Sundstrand Federal Credit Union turned to BrandEquity, Newton, MA, for its name change to 360 FCU.

Retail Solutions Online, April 14, 2008, Loss Prevention: Big Y Foods, Inc., Pilots New Technology to Address Checkout "Sweethearting"
Big Y has installed StopLift Checkout Vision Systems’ video recognition software to
catch "sweethearting".

Progressive Grocer (online), April 12, 2008, Big Y Pilots 'Sweethearting' Catcher Big Y Foods, Inc., a 58-supermarket chain headquartered in Springfield, Mass., is piloting
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems' video recognition software to reduce "sweethearting" at the checkout.

Boston Globe, Northwest Weekly, April 6, 2008, Main Street Buildings Demolished City officials celebrated the disappearance of a longtime eyesore near Woburn Center.
East Coast Developments www.EastCoastDevelopments.com of Woburn demolished the former drughouse and the building behind it.

Boston Globe, City Weekly, April 6, 2008, It’s a Tight Fit for Jeans Merchant
The former 17-foot alley east of Trader Joe's at Coolidge Corner now has a two-story contemporary building. Hans Strauch of HDS Architecture said it was a challenge to design it.

New England Real Estate Journal, April 4-10, 2008, Sydney Associates $1 milliion Center Place Development is Complete
Center Place, beside Trader Joe’s at Coolidge Corner, is complete. HDS Architecture designed it, and Sydney Associates is the developer.

Brookline Tab, April 3, 2008, Fashion retailer moves into new development
Pure Blu Jeans is the anchor tenant at Center Place, Coolidge Corner, developed by
Sydney Associates of Brookline and HDS Architecture of Watertown.

High-Profile, April 2008, Center Place Completed
HDS Architecture was project architect for the newly completed Center Place at Coolidge Corner.

High-Profile, April 2008, Downtown Woonsocket Renaissance
The renaissance of downtown Woonsocket is underway with the Allen Street Lofts, designed by HDS Architecture.

Woburn Daily Times Chronicle, March 31, 2008, Berlandi Building Razed This Morning
The demolition of the Berlandi rooming house – a former drughouse and eyesore – took place today, thanks to the development team from East Coast Developments, Woburn.

Boston Magazine, “Table Talk”, March 13, 2008, Flavors of Neponset Valley
Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce’s signature event will take place March 27, 5:30 p.m., Christina’s, Foxboro.

New England Real Estate Journal, March 7-13, 2008, Sydney Associates Plan $7 Million, 19,400 S/F Retail Renovation Project
The former Fresh Pond Seafood Site will soon be a community retail center. HDS Architecture will create a distinctive building that will embrace the community. Sydney Associates is the developer.

Providence Journal, Business Digest, March 6, 2008, Woonsocket’s Allen Street Lofts
Selling Well
The condominiums in the two historic buildings at the Allen Street Lofts are now an integral part of the renaissance of downtown Woonsocket, according to project architect Hans Strauch, President of HDS Architecture of Watertown, MA.

High Profile, March 2008, Cambridge Board OK’s Fresh Pond Replacement
The former Fresh Pond Seafood site will be developed into a retail center by HDS
Architecture
and Sydney Associates.

Grocery Headquarters, March 2008, Shrinking Shrink by Kim Ann Zimmermann
Technology and training are helping to combat sweethearting. StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has developed technology that identifies the gestures associated with sweethearting.

The Journal: The Voice of Law Enforcement, Spring 2008, Freedomview Scope for Law Enforcement and Homeland Security
OPTIM Inc. has discovered that its FreedomView LED Fiberscope gives police an effective way of finding illegal drugs in homes, car engines, gas tanks, jet engine turbines, and cargo holds.

Cambridge Chronicle, February 28, 2008, Strip Mall Will Squash Decaying Fish Market Sydney Associates will develop the former Fresh Pond Seafood into a retail complex, designed by HDS Architecture.

Hospitality Upgrade, February 20, 2008, Adaco Services, LLC, expands to Victorian resort, expands reach throughout South Asia
Adaco Services
, LLC has installed its procurement software at three new hotels and opened an office in Singapore.

Talkline with Zev Brenner, February 18, 2008, WMCA, WSNR, WKAT, New York CityStudents from The David Project www.DavidProject.org discuss how they successfully dealt with the organizers of “Israel Apartheid Week” in Manhattan and continue to educate college students about Israel.

Boston Business Journal, February 15-21, 2008, A New Look for Fresh Pond Fish Market Locale by Michelle Hillman

HDS Architecture www.HDSArchitecture.com and Sydney Associates www.SydneyAssociates.com will turn the abandoned Fresh Pond Seafood site into a retail outpost, with frontage on Fresh Pond.

Security Director News, February 11, 2008, Hannaford Bros. Detects Sweethearting with Software by Rhianna Daniels

Hannaford Bros. Supermarkets is using StopLift Checkout Vision Systems’ software-based program to help detect sweethearting at its registers.

College Marketplace, February 1, 2008, New Technology Prevents Internal Loss
by Dan Pender
When a dishonest employee steals at the point of sale at a college store, it is nearly impossible to detect.
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems may alleviate this issue, which is rampant with college kids at the checkout helping their friends steal merchandise.

The Police Chief, February 2008, Product Update

The FreedomView, a LED fiberscope created by Optim, Inc., enables police departments to find illegal drugs and other contraband in homes, cars and trucks.

 

Philadelphia House and Home, February 2008, The Fresh Test

SensorfreshQ by Food Quality Sensor International, Inc. measures the freshness of meat and poultry right in the kitchen.

 

Food Industry News, February 2008, Sticker Measures Meat Freshness

Consumers and grocers can determine if modified atmosphere packaged (MAP) meat and poultry are fresh or spoiled with the SensorQ label.

Down East, February 2008, Cottage 'Compound' in Castine by Kim Ridley

Can an architect design a summer home that recreates the feel of a village and offers privacy — all without alienating the villagers? Owners Hans Strauch, the architect and Principal of HDS Architecture www.HDSarchitecture.com, and his wife, Darisse Paquette, invite you into their Castine family “cottage” through photographs.

NRF SmartBrief, January 28, 2008, New Software Catches “Sweethearting”
As It Happens

StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has developed a computer vision technology that can identify cashiers who pretend to scan merchandise but just bag it for friends who don’t end up paying. (from Boston Globe)

Boston Sunday Globe, Business & Money, January 27, 2008, Software Casts Eye on Cashier Theft by Jenn Abelson
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems www.StopLift.com of Bedford, MA has devised a way to use computer vision technology to identify theft at the checkout, known as “sweethearting”, when cashiers pretend to scan merchandise but slip it to their friends.

Gatehouse Newspapers (south of Boston), January 25, 2008, Patrick’s Gambit: Governor Pushes Revenue Plan by Keith Ferguson
Governor Deval Patrick previews his Fiscal 2009 budget at the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce www.NVCC.com Annual Meeting.

Boston Globe South, January 24, 2008, Governor Wants to Help Self-Insured
by James Vaznis

Governor Deval Patrick told the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce he would seek legislation to enable the self-insured and small business to get group rates.

 

Patriot Ledger, January 22, 2008, Patrick’s Plan: Priorities are Shutting Corporate Loopholes, Small Business Aid by L.E. Campenella

Gov. Deval Patrick told the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce he will not propose statewide tax increases until all other options are exhausted.

 

Boston Globe, January 17, 2008 (page 1), Patrick to Seek Tax Cut for Firms by Matt Viser

Governor Deval Patrick will unveil budget provisions at a Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce breakfast today.

Hotel Business, January 7-20, 2008, Adaco Expands to Southeast Asia
Adaco Services, LLC www.AdacoServices.com has formed a partnership with Mediatech Marketing PTE Ltd. in Singapore to expand the presence of its hospitality procurement software in Southeast Asia.

Food Engineering, January 6, 2008, Sensor Label Ready for Launch by Kevin T. Higgins
If all goes well in a controlled rollout with Superior Farms, the SensorQ label will be available commercially by spring.

Boston Sunday Globe, City Weekly, January 6, 2008, Better Organization, Better Grades by Victoria Cheng

The David Organizing Assistant, created by David Schwartz of Productive Education, LLC,
www.BookWindows.com is a unique binder system that is enabling kids at two
Cambridge schools to keep their
homework organized, learn more, and get better grades.

 

Food Engineering, January 1, 2008, MAP Packs Using CO Under Scrutiny

“Smart labels” like SensorQ directly monitor gaseous by-products of bacteriological activity in meat and poultry packages and indicate whether the food is safe to eat.

 

Griffin Report of Food Marketing, January 2008, Bay State Firm to Launch “Smart” Label to Help with Meat Freshness

Food Quality Sensor International www.FQSInternational.com plans to launch SensorQ, a label applied by the meat packer to the inside of meat and poultry packages to detect freshness.

 

The Healthy Wholefoods Counter (Pocket Books, January 2008) by Annette B. Natow, Ph.D., and Jo-Ann Heslin, M.A., R.D.

The SensorQ label is featured in the chapter “When good foods make you sick”.

 

Hotels, January 2008, On the Move

Adaco Services, LLC opens an office in Singapore to expand its South Asia presence.

National Culinary Review, January 2008, Menu EngineeringSensorQ Smart Labels from Food Quality Sensor International verify freshness in packaged meat and poultry.

Food Manufacturing, January 2008, Freshness Monitoring
The SensorQ is a smart label applied by the meat packer to the inside of meat and poultry packages to detect freshness.

 

Business Week Small Biz, Quick Take, December 2007-January 2008, Insider Look edited by Jeremy Quittner
The Department of Homeland Security has found a novel way to find contraband – with Optim’s www.OptimNet.com FreedomView endoscope, which can find contraband in vehicles entering the U.S.

New England Real Estate Journal, December 14-20, 2007, East Coast Developments Building Winter Hill Bank in North Reading
East Coast Developments of Woburn will complete the Winter Hill Bank branch in North Reading in January.

Boston Sunday Globe, City Weekly, December 8, 2007, North Side Story, Some Doubters
of the Glitz by Victoria Cheng
East Coast Developments EastCoastDevelopments.comof Woburn is transforming North Cambridge with new luxury condominiums and office buildings.

New England Real Estate Journal, December 7-13, 2007, Hudson Savings and Westborough Bank Merge to Form Avidia
BrandEquity of Newton, MA created the name Avidia for the newly merged Hudson Savings and Westborough Banks.

Frozen Food Digest, December 1, 2007, Smart Sensor Label
Food Quality Sensor International
www.FQSInternational.com has developed a revolutionary new smart sensor label that senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry.

Watt Poultry USA, December 2007, Smart Label Indicates FreshnessSensorQ is a smart label applied by the meat packer to the inside of meat and poultry packages to tell the consumer if the product is fresh.

High-Profile, December 2007, Mill Buildings Converted into Condos
HDS Architecture (HDSArchitecture.com) completes design and renovation of mill buildings in Woonsocket into condominiums.

Mass High Tech, November 30-December 6, 2007, Optim Seeks Commercial Path for its Fiberscopes

Optim, Inc. has landed a $500,000 contract with the U.S. Department of Homeland
Security to provide its newest LED-based fiberscope to agents at the U.S.’s north and south borders.

Retail Merchandiser, November-December, 2007, The New You, Small Retailers See Growth from Rebranding by Ted Selame
Ted Selame, President of BrandEquity www.BrandEquity.com, Newton, MA, discusses why small retailers change their branding and new ones go to his company for unique names and logos. He focuses on retailer clients SuitePlay, Corners, Zoots and KaBloom.

Quality Assurance & Food Safety, November-December 2007, Products

Food Quality Sensor International has developed a revolutionary new smart sensor label that senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry products.

CNBC, “Closing Bell”, November 30, 2007, “Tech Check” on SensorQ label
The new SensorQ label tells you if your packaged meat or poultry is fresh or spoiled.

Food & Drink Quarterly (online), November 29, 2007, Breakthrough SensorQ Smart Label Verifies Freshness in Packaged Meat and Poultry

Food Quality Sensor International has developed a revolutionary new smart sensor label
that senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry.

 

Food Business News, November 27, 2007, Form and Function, Packaging is playing a greater role in the product development process by Keith Nunes

Marco Bonne, CEO of Food Quality Sensor International, creator of the SensorQ label, said now the meat and poultry industry can extend its reach into home refrigerators to give added quality assurance on the freshness of meat and poultry.

Nation’s Restaurant News, November 26, 2007, FQSI has new smart sensor label

Food Quality Sensor International has developed a new smart sensor label SensorQ to detect freshness in uncooked meat and poultry.

WMJI, Lanigan and Malone, November 19, 2007, Marty Winston talks about SensorfreshQ, which tells you if the meat you’re about to cook is rotten.

Packaging World, November 13, 2007, Smart Label Sensor Gives Superior Results
by Anne Marie Mohan, Senior Editor
U.S. lamb processor Superior Farms, Davis, CA, is in the final stages of testing a smart label SensorQ, rolled out by Food Quality Sensor International.

Banker & Tradesman, November, 12, 2007, Hudson, Westborough Banks Add New Merger to Year’s Tally by Amy Wyeth
Hudson and Westborough Banks become Avidia Bank. BrandEquity of Newton created the new name and logo.

New England Real Estate Journal, November 9-15, 2007, HDS Architecture and Aspen Group Developer 64-unit Allen Street Lofts

HDS Architecture and the Aspen Group have developed the $10 million Allen Street Lofts into 64 condominiums along the Blackstone River in Woonsocket, RI.

American Banker, November, 7, 2007, Thrift Founded in 19th Century Freshens Brand by Bonnie McGeer
Hudson Savings Bank and Westborough Bank have rebranded themselves as Avidia Bank. BrandEquity of Newton, MA created the new name and logo.

Banker & Tradesman, November 5, 2007, Winter Hill Branch Being Built in North Reading
East Coast Developments is constructing a new Winter Hill Bank branch at Shaw’s Plaza in North Reading.

SheKnows.com, November 6, 2007, SensorfreshQ, Freshness Meter for Meat and Poultry
Consumers now have the first device to measure freshness of meat and poultry prepared in their kitchen. SensorfreshQ™ is an advanced electronic sensing instrument that measures food-borne bacteria in uncooked meat.

High-Profile, November 2007, East Coast Developments Builds Bank

East Coast Developments, Inc. of Woburn is constructing a new Winter Hill Bank in North Reading.

Gourmet Retailer, November 1, 2007, New FQSI Meat-Poultry Safety Label
Food Quality Sensor International has introduced the new SensorQ smart label to give the consumer a clear idea of the meat and poultry’s freshness.

Yankee Food Service, November 2007, FQSI to Launch SensorQ Smart Label
Food Quality Sensor International plans to launch SensorQ to provide consumers with an indicator of freshness in meat and poultry packages.

National Defense, November, 2007, Medical Device Being Marketed for Homeland Security Applications
Customs and Border Protection recently purchased 78 endoscopes manufactured by Optim Incorporated to look inside hard to reach spots where smugglers hide contraband.

Food Safety, October-November, 2007, Food Quality Senor International Secures Financing
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc. has secured $5.6 million in financing to launch its SensorQ label.

Meat & Deli Retailer, October-November 2007, Food Quality Sensor Inc. Markets Smart Labels to Detect Spoilage

Food Quality Sensor International is marketing SensorQ, the new smart sensor label designed to sense spoilage in fresh meat and poultry.

Worcester Telegram & Gazette, October 23, 2007, Westboro, Hudson Banks Begin Use of New Name by Bob Kievra
Two 138-year-old banks became one yesterday with the launch of Avidia Bank. BrandEquity of Newton created the name and logo for Avidia.

WERS, Standing Room Only, October 20, 2007, Fiddlehead Theatre www.FiddleheadTheatre.com talks about its current production of “My Fair Lady” and performs a few songs.

Boston Globe, October 20, 2007, After Merger, Institution’s name will be Avidia Bank by
Ross Kerber
Avidia Bank is the new name of the institution formed by Hudson Savings Bank’s merger with Westborough Bank. The new name was developed by BrandEquity www.BrandEquity.com of Newton.

Boston Business Journal (online), October 19, 2007, Hudson Savings Bank and Westborough Bank Merge
Hudson Savings Bank and Westborough Bank will merge on October 22, with a combined
$1 billion in assets.  BrandEquity of Newton created the new name and logo.

Boston Globe South, October 18, 2007, Best Bet, “My Fair Lady” at the Fiddlehead Theatre, Norwood, runs October 19-28.

Nation’s Restaurant News, October 15, 2007, Product Showcase, FQSI
Food Quality Sensor International has developed a revolutionary new smart label that senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry products.

Supermarket News, October 1, 2007, Equipped for Safety by Amy Sung.
Marco Bonne, CEO of Food Quality Sensor International, says his new label SensorQ was developed to detect freshness in uncooked meat and poultry, because freshness is the primary reason consumers decide where to buy groceries.

IGA Grocergram, October 1, 2007, SensorQ Label for Meats Not Affected by MAP GasesThe SensorQ label, created by Food Quality Sensor International, will detect spoilage in packaged meat and poultry.

Meat & Poultry, October 1, 2007, News from Suppliers
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc. has developed a smart label to be applied by meat packers inside meat and poultry packages to indicate freshness to consumers.

National Provisioner, October 2007, Supplier Marketplace: Smart Label
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc.’s new SensorQ is a smart label applied by the meat packer to the inside of meat and poultry packages.

Food Logistics, October 2007, Smart Label Indicates Freshness
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc. has released the SensorQ, a smart label applied by meat packers to the inside of meat and poultry packages to indicate freshness to consumers.

Grocery Headquarters, October 2007, Fresh Talk, Measure of Safety
Food Quality Sensor International has introduced SensorQ, a smart label that packers can apply inside meat or poultry packaging to give consumers a clear indication of the product’s freshness.

Vanguard (Canada’s Premier Defense and Security Magazine), September-October, 2007, Optim Penetrates Counterterrorism with FreedomView LED Fiberscope
Optim’s www.Optimnet.com endoscopic products are now being used by the Canada Border Services Agency to look for contraband in cars, trucks and air cargo on the Canadian and Mexico border.

Military & Aerospace Electronics, September 20, 2007, Optim FreedomView LED fiberscope adopted by Department of Homeland Security.
Optim’s endoscopic products are now being used by the Department of Homeland Security, Division of Customs and Border Protection, and the Canada Border Services Agency to look for contraband in vehicles.

Packaging Strategies, September 17, 2007, Sensing Consumer Mistrust Over
Store-Bought Meat
Food Quality Sensor International has developed a smart food label that includes a sensor to measure the bacterial levels of fresh packaged meat.

WOR, The Joey Reynolds Show, September 12, 2007, Dan Rose talks with Joey about his book, Sex God Method www.SexGodMethod.com.

New Bedford Standard Times, September 12, 2007, Forum to link up Investors, inventors by Steve Urbon
The new Southern New England Entrepreneurs Forum will bring investors and entrepreneurs together at a kickoff forum on renewable marine energy Sept. 13.

Food & Drug Packaging, September 10, 2007, Smart Packages Makes Smart Business by Megan Waitkoff
Food Quality Sensor International www.FQSInternational.com is expected to launch SensorQ, a stick-on sensor, for meat packages by the end of this year.

Fall River Herald News, September 8, 2007, Thinkers, Spenders to Mingle by Grant Welker
Local entrepreneurs will get connected to people with funds to invest at the new Southern New England Entrepreneurs Forum, sponsored by U-Mass. Dartmouth’s Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center in Fall River.

Food Engineering, September 7, 2007, People, Plant and Industry News
Food Quality Sensor International has reengineered its SensorQ label to detect freshness in uncooked meat and poultry, even with MAP packaging.

GourmetRetailer.com, September 7, 2007,
Food Quality Sensor International’s newly reengineered SensorQ label will let grocers know if meat or poultry is fresh, even with MAP packaging.

Cleveland Jewish News, September 7, 2007, Growing as a Jew and as a person at Summer JAM by Rachel Pankiw
Rachel Pankiw writes about her Panim internship in Washington, D.C.

Food Business News, September 4, 2007, DSM Invests in Sensory Testing, Packaging
DSM Venturing has invested in Food Quality Sensor International, Inc., whose latest product is SensorQ, a stick-on label to detect freshness in meat and poultry.

Frozen Food Age, September 2007, New SensorQ Smart Labels Detect Packaged Meat and Poultry Freshness
SensorQ, to be launched by Food Quality Sensor International Inc., will indicate if packaged meat and poultry are fresh.

Directors Monthly (National Association of Corporate Directors), September 2007, Competitive Intelligence:  Building a World-Class Program
Fuld & Company www.fuld.com discusses results of its recent survey of 141 companies, identifying factors that can determine the success or failure of their competitive intelligence programs.

Distinctive Kitchen Solutions, Fall 2007, Bacteria Detective
No need to worry about food-borne bacteria ruining your food. SensorfreshQ lets you measure the freshness of meat and poultry.

Boston Globe, August 30, 2007, Food Quality Sensor Raises $5.6m in Series B Round by
Chris Reidy
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc. of Lexington completed a $5.6 million Series B financing for its new SensorQ, a smart label applied to packages of uncooked meat and poultry.

DesignNews.com, August 27, 2007, Shure SE500TH Sound-Isolating Earphone Claims Comfort and Quality in Small Package
Radius Product Development’s www.RadiusPD.com Chicago office designed the award-winning new line of Shure sound-isolating ear-bud earphones.

WBZ Radio, The Jordan Rich Show, August 19, 2007
Josh Golder talks to Jordan Rich about “Dream” www.LetYourDreamBegin.com, the new documentary he is filming about how people around the U.S. are achieving their dreams.

Boston Globe, Business in Brief, The Region, July 28, 2007, Electrochem Breaks Ground on Raynham Plant by Thomas C. Palmer, Jr.
Electrochem Commercial Power chose Massachusetts over Mexico, Indonesia and other locations for its new manufacturing facility in Raynham, which will provide 200-plus jobs to Southeastern Massachusetts.

Patriot Ledger, July 27, 2007, Canton Company to Move to Raynham by Sharon Holliday
Tax breaks have lured Electrochem Commercial Power from Canton to Raynham, where it broke ground today for a new 82,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.

Boston Business Journal.com (bizjournals.com/boston), July 26, 2007, Electrochem Commercial Power will break ground Friday on a new 82,000-square-foot facility in Raynham.

Boston Globe South, July 26, 2007, Firm is Moving to Raynham by Emily Sweeney
Electrochem Commercial Power will relocate from Canton to a new 82,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Raynham, which will break ground tomorrow.

Providence Journal, July 26, 2007, Electrochem Relocating to Raynham
Electrochem Commercial Power is relocating from Canton, MA to a new 82,000-square-foot manufacturing facility at the Raynham Woods Commerce Center.

The Enterprise, July 26, 2007, Battery Company to Open Facility by Sharon Holliday
Electrochem Commercial Power, expected to become Raynham’s second-highest taxpayer, will break ground Friday on an 82,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.

Maxim Radio, July 13, 2007, The Covino and Rich Show interviews Dan Rose, author,
Sex God Method.

Tucson Citizen, July 12, 2007, Film Shoots to Make Dream Happen for 2 Tucson Women
by Dalina Castellanos
Two Tuscon women are being featured in Josh Golder’s documentary “Dream” by launching SavetheCordFoundation.org.  The film will document how they achieve this dream.

HGTV, July 8, 2007, SensorfreshQ featured at the International Home and Housewares Show.

Playboy Radio, June 25, 2007, “Afternoon Advice with Tiffany Granath”, live 45-minute interview with Dan Rose, author, Sex God Method.

Worcester Telegram & Gazette), June 22, 2007, A Quiet Success: Clinton Designers Work Behind the Scene by Joseph Brownstein
Radius Product Development designed the SE line of earphones for Shure, which won the innovation and design award at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show. CEO Steve Callahan notes that Radius has also designed a wide range of consumer products for Fortune 500 firms and medical devices that have pushed the firm’s revenues from $2.4 million in 2000 to a forecast $13 million in 2007.

KSTX, San Antonio, TX (National Public Radio), June 15, 2007, interview with Josh Golder on why he’s looking for San Antonio residents for his film “Dream”.
Similar interviews on: KWED (San Antonio, TX), WNED and WBFO (Buffalo), WIBA and WSUM (Madison), KLIN and KFOR (Lincoln, NB), KMMS (Bozeman, MT), WFPL (Louisville), WTKS (Savannah)

Chicago Sun-Times, June 10, 2007, Cutting Edge Cookware by Pat Terry
The Chicago office of Radius Product Development teamed up with celebrity chef Rick Bayless to design high-end cookware and serve ware for Copco, Chicago. The SensorfreshQ, with technology created by Food Quality Sensor International, tells you in an easy 1-2-3-step operation whether the uncooked meat and poultry in your refrigerator is fresh or spoiled.

Boston Phoenix, June 1-7, 2007, School for Wannabe Don Juans, by Mike Miliard
Dan Rose, 21, author of the new book Sex God Method, is a former dork who is now giving “Sexual Confidence Boot Camps” around the country, teaching a method he has developed through considerable experience.

Patriot Ledger, May 23, 2007, Quincy Union Protects Its Turf by Jon Chesto
The Office and Professional Employees International Union Local 6 is battling to keep a California-based union from ‘raiding’ its members at Fallon Ambulance.

WBZ, Boston, May 10, 2007, Parent Report with Doug Cope, Post Prom Safety
Drug and alcohol abuse prevention expert Jeffrey Wolfsberg says your teens' safety is most at risk after the prom is over.

Seguin Daily News, San Antonio, TX, May 9, 2007, interview with Josh Golder on why he’s seeking residents from San Antonio with a dream to be in his documentary “Dream”.

Boston Globe, May 7, 2007, Living, “Names”, Praising ‘True Guts’ by Carol Beggy and Mark Shanahan
Boston filmmaker Josh Golder gets an endorsement from Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready for his documentary ‘True Guts” about living with Crohn’s disease. McCready was diagnosed with Crohn’s 20 years ago.

Investors Business Daily, May 1, 2007, Data Bus., Tech Lags in Competitive Intelligence
Fuld & Co.’s survey on how industry uses competitive intelligence shows that high tech lags far behind.

Pharmaceutical Executive, April 25, 2007, The Name is Bond, Pharma Bond by Beth Herskowitz
A report by Fuld & Company, a consulting firm that specializes in competitive intelligence, surveyed 27 pharma and biotech companies and compared the results with 141 firms in five industries.

WLW, Cincinnati, OH, April 20, 2007,
Prevention Specialist Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg of Canton, MA talks about bullying.

WHDH-TV and WLVI-TV, Boston, April 19, 2007, Rosemary Wilson of CareCall, Weymouth, MA, says her 24-hour emergency notification service would have enabled parents of Virginia Tech students to get news of their children immediately.

Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, April 18, 2007, Filmmakers Ask: Got Dreams? By John Beifuss
Producers of the motivational documentary “Dream” are looking for Memphis residents with a dream, to be produced by Josh Golder.

Times Dispatch, Richmond, VA, April 7, 2007, Enter Essay Contest for Documentary
Josh Golder wants to hear the dreams of Richmond area residents for his feature-length documentary “Dream”.

Private Duty Insider, April 2007, Expert Advisor, Six Key Strategies for Running a Profitable Private Duty Company by Aaron Jacobs
Aaron Jacobs, Director of Operations for EZ DoesIt Software, Taunton, MA, offers six sound practices for running a home health care agency.

Medical Product Outsourcing, April 2007, Lost in Translation? – Combination Products Face Additional Regulatory Hurdles Abroad by John Sullivan and Henrik Elbaek
Sullivan and Elbaek, of Radius Product Development, discuss the growing global market for “combination products” and how it presents regulatory challenges for American firms.

DMI News & Views, Spring 2007, 2nd Opinion, Holistic Product Design: Bringing the Manufacturing and Design Teams Together Early in the Design Process, by Steve Callahan
Steve Callahan, President of Radius Product Development, explains why the manufacturing and design teams must work together early in the product development process.

Christian Science Monitor, March 23, 2007, Lawsuit over YouTube Video: It’s What Everyone’s Watching by Dan Wood
Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, MA, says the Viacom/Google copyright case is pitting two Internet giants against each other.

EdataIntegrityReport.com, March 21, 2007, eMDR Potential Praised, Implementation Questions Persist by Michael Causey
John Sullivan of Radius Product Development says that eMDR enhances data integrity, and that medical device companies should embrace it.

CNET.com, March 22, 2007, Newsmaker: Battle of the Social Networking Sites by Elinor Mills
Q&A with competitive intelligence expert Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, MA, on the $1 billion copyright lawsuit Viacom filed against Google’s YouTube last week.

Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Bozeman, MT, March 16, 2007, Filmmakers Looking for Area Residents to Feature in Documentary. Josh Golder wants to hear the dreams of Bozeman area residents for his feature-length documentary “Dream”.

Santa Fe New Mexican, Pasa Magazine, March 16, 2007, Dream On
Josh Golder wants to hear the dreams of Santa Fe area residents for his feature-length documentary exploring the dreams that inspire and sustain us.

CNET.com, March 15, 2007, My Space Defeats YouTube in War Game by Elinor Mills
Copyright lawsuits will be a “major distraction at best or they could undermine” social networking web sites, says Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, MA.

Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 15, 2007, Two Articles:
‘I was used to my life being all about him …’ by Rachel Pankiw
Rachel Pankiw, 17, of Westlake, OH, discusses how she survived the death of her older brother who led a troubled life and whose shadow clouded her identity for years.
The Sibling Eclipse by Susan Glaser
When one child casts a shadow, it can steal light from the other, as happened to Rachel Pankiw, even after her older brother Alex was killed in a car accident.

Lincoln Journal Star (NB), March 8, 2007, Got a Dream? Filmmaker Wants to Hear About It by Hilary Kindschuh
Josh Golder wants to hear the dreams of Lincoln area residents for his feature-length documentary exploring the dreams that inspire and sustain us.

ABC7-WLS Chicago, March 11, 2007
The SensorfreshQ was featured and demonstrated at the International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago.

The Wall Street Journal, March 6, 2007, Managing Your Career: Do You Cut and Run Or Stay in Your Job After an Acquisition? by Joann Lublin
Attorney Pamela A. Smith, employment specialist of Newton, MA, says that unless incoming management offers you an employment contract following an acquisition, “assume it’s bait and switch”.

VAR Business, March 5, 2007, Building the Perfect Brand by Michele Pepe
ComputerRepair.com hired BrandEquity to rebrand it with a name and logo that reflected its expanded business model: OnForce.

Jewish Advocate, March 2, 2007, Branding Biz Names by Hinda Mandell
BrandEquity of Newton, MA is way ahead of the curve in creating logos and names for local and national companies. From branding Hebrew Senior Life, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Boston Museum of Science, to KaBloom, Zoots, Stop & Shop, Sheraton and Kodak, BrandEquity has left its mark.

The Capital Times, Madison, WI, March 1, 2007, Dream Big … If You’re Under 51
by Doug Moe
Josh Golder wants to hear the dreams of Madison area residents for his feature-length documentary exploring the dreams that inspire and sustain us.

Boston Magazine, March 2007, Dining Guide, What’s Cooking by Blythe Copeland
Flavors of Neponset Valley: Enjoy an evening of tasting courtesy of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, March 22, Christina’s, Foxboro.

Broker Agent Boston, March 2007, Everybody Loves Wendy WeakCloser— Even the Boss by Greg Nanigian
Greg Nanigian, President of Greg Nanigian Associates, provides four alternatives for dealing with a likeable real estate agent who can’t close a sale, and then offers a six-point plan to empower the “weak closer” to get results.

New England Real Estate Journal, February 16-22, 2007, HDS Architecture Restoring 28,000 s/f Longyear Manor into Five Luxury Condominiums
HDS Architecture of Watertown, MA is preserving a century old mansion while converting it into condominiums.

Crain’s New York Business, February 12-18, 2007, Living Large: Have Roof Deck, Throw Parties for the A-list by Margaret Jaworski
Web millionaire Ari Ackerman, CEO of Bunk1.com, creates his version of country life in fab downtown penthouse in Manhattan.

MassHighTech, February 2-8, 2007, Radius Collects Awards for Earphones by Efrain Viscarolasaga
Radius Product Development wins 2007 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Innovation and Design Award for the Shure SE500PTH Sound Isolating Earphone, designed by its Chicago office.

Drug Delivery Technology, February 2007, cover story, Combination Products in Europe and Asia by John Sullivan and Henrik Elbaek, MSc, MBA
Sullivan and Elbaek, of Radius Product Development, discuss the growing global market for “combination products” and how it presents regulatory challenges for American firms

Managed Healthcare Review, February 2007, Innovative Drug Delivery Methods Should Demonstrate Value by Mari Edlin
Novel drug delivery systems can affect formulary costs and coverage issues, but can also promote compliance, convenience and drug stability, according to executives at Radius Product Development.

Modern Plastics, February 1, 2007, “As I See It”, Holistic Product Design: Bringing the Manufacturing and Design Teams Together by Steve Callahan
Steve Callahan, President of Radius Product Development, offers four ways for product design teams to ensure that their product is first to market.

Worcester Business Journal, January 26, 2007, Radius Product Development Designs Award-Winning Headphones by Jeff Lavery
The Shure E500PTH Sound Isolating Earphone, a product designed by Clinton-based Radius Product Development, was named the winner of the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Innovation and Design Award.

Business First: News of Buffalo, January 5-11, 2007, Adaco Invests in Niagara U
by Tracey Drury
Adaco Services has made a substantial donation of software and training services to the Niagara University College of Hospitality and Tourism Management to enhance its foodservice management program.

Independent School, Winter 2007, Successful Prevention of Underage Drinking & Other Drug Use: An Integrated Approach by Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg
Is the complexity of preventing underage drinking and other drug use overwhelming the capacities of independent schools? Prevention specialist Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg of Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg Associates explains how independent schools can successfully address the problem.

Innovation, Winter 2007, Holistic Product Design: Integrating Manufacturing and Design from the Start by Steve Callahan
Steve Callahan, President of Radius Product Development, explains why the design and manufacturing teams must work together from the beginning to the end of the product design process.

Innovation, Winter 2007, The MailMate, created by Radius Product Development
and Staples, Inc.
Full page photo spread of the new compact home shredder designed for the kitchen by Radius Product Development and Staples for Staples.

Boston Globe, Boston.com, blog, January 4, 2007, Health and Fitness
by Ann Marie Sheridan
Humorous poem “New Year, New You” on getting back into shape by Ann Marie Sheridan, owner of Cutting Edge Fitness, Newton Center.

Boston Globe, Globe West, January 4, 2007, Watertown Officers Seek School Officer’s Removal by Christina Pazzanese
Several Watertown town councilors are calling for a school police officer’s removal, following a complaint filed by Attorney Pamela Smith on behalf of a former Watertown teacher for sexual harassment.

Progressive Grocer, January 1, 2007, The Hot and Cold of Food Safety by Bob Ingram
Food safety has always been at the forefront of the American consumer's conciousness. One step forward in food safety is the freshQ stick-on freshness sensor label for fresh meat and poultry products from Lexington, Mass.–based Food Quality Sensor International.

Food Management, January, 1, 2007, High-tech HACCP
Food quality Sensor International, Inc. has created a device, the freshQ label, which can be applied to the exterior of sealed packaging and uses a color code to indicate contamination levels.

Retail Merchandiser, January 2007, Packaging: Getting Fresh
A new Smart Label, freshQ, will enable consumers to detect food-borne bacteriological levels in packages fresh meat and poultry, right through the wrap.

Cincinnati Magazine, January 2007, To Cook or Not to Cook by Jessie Gridley
It’s dinnertime, and you can’t remember how long that beef tenderloin has been in the fridge. Never fear–the SensorfreshQ is here.

Watertown Press, December 29, 2006, Ex-Teacher Files Harassment Complaint
by Jillian Fennimore
Attorney Pamela Smith files suit with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination for a former Watertown teacher for harassment, wrongful termination and hostile work environment.

Boston Globe West, blog, December 22, 2006, Ways to Avoid the Holiday Bulge
by Ann Marie Sheridan
Ann Marie Sheridan, owner of Cutting Edge Fitness, offers advice on how to avoid gaining weight over the holidays.

Hotel & Motel Management News, December 13, 2006, Adaco Services Donation Strengthens Hospitality and Tourism Program
Adaco Services has made a substantial donation of software and training services to the Niagara University College of Hospitality and Tourism Management to enhance its foodservice management program.

Boston Globe South, Events, December 14, 2006
Artist Bettina M. Lesieur has her oil painting “Ellison’s Island, Duxbury” featured as part of her 11th annual art exhibition and holiday sale, December 15-17, at the Lesieur gallery/Studio, 301 St. George Street, Duxbury.

Minneapolis Star Tribune, December 14, 2006, Tidbits, Meet the Meat Sniffer
If you’re queasy about meat and poultry spoilage, good news: a gizmo called SensorfreshQ can sniff the item in question and give you a green, red or yellow light reading.

The Wall Street Journal, Aches & Claims, December 12, 2006, Sniffing Out Spoiled Meat
by Laura Johannes
Food Quality Sensor International has created an “electronic nose” called SensorfreshQ, which tells you if the meat or poultry in your refrigerator is fresh or spoiled.

Design News, “Rant”, December 11, 2006, by Steve Callahan
Steve Callahan, President of Radius Product Development, explains the five ways to bring the manufacturing and design teams together early in the product development process.

Boston Business Journal, December 8-14, 2006, Executive Domains, High-End, Full-Service Condo Sales Remain Strong by Denise Magnell
Architect Hans Strauch, president of HDS Architecture Inc. in Watertown, is designing a project on Brookline’s historic Fisher Hill at Longyear Manor.

Philadelphia Daily News, December 7, 2006, Gifts for the Foodie by April Lisante
The SensorfreshQ food-borne bacteria measuring system can measure the number of bacteria by-products in food.

Star-Ledger, December 6, 2006, Fresh is Best
No more guessing on freshness you’re preparing meat or poultry. Food Quality Sensor International has a handy little gadget that measure the bacteria count in your food.  SensorfreshQ measures the contaminants in less than a minute.

Woman’s Day, December 5, 2006, Meat Meter
The next time you buy prepackaged meat, keep an eye out for a new label called freshQ, which can detect food-borne bacteria through the wrap.w

WBZ Radio, Jordan Rich Show, December 3, 2006
Josh Golder discusses his documentary True Guts about how he and three other young adults overcame Crohn’s and colitis.

Food Product Design, December 1, 2007, Meaty Solutions for Shelf Life by Karen Grenus
Food Quality Sensor International has created promising techniques involving food sensors with freshQ, a “smart label” that senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry products

Albany Times-Union, November 22, 2006, Tools for Turkeys
SensorfreshQ. The hand-held device is supposed to measure bacteriological activity in uncooked meat or poultry. $89.95 at Sharperimage.com.

Providence Business News, November 27-Dec. 3, 2006, R.I. Preservation Boom Builds Economy, Careers by Rebecca Starcevic
HDS Architecture is designing the Allen Street Lofts, Woonsocket, complying with historic preservation guidelines.

USA Today, Life, November 17, 2006, Turkey with All the Gadget Trimmings
SensorfreshQ will measure bacteriological activity in uncooked meat and poultry.

Boston Globe, Business, November 16, 2006, A Measure of Freshness by Hiawatha Bray
High-tech scanner SensorfreshQ, created by Lexington firm Food Quality Sensor International, could keep Thanksgiving from being spoiled.

Brookline TAB, November 9, 2006, Development to Ease Trader Joe’s Parking Woes
by Greg Hellman
HDS Architecture, Watertown, is designing an addition to Trader Joe’s at Coolidge Corner, Brookline.

Medfield Hometown Weekly, November 9, 2006, Christmas Comes Early in Medfield
Leaf & Petal, Medfield, opens its Christmas Shop around the corner from its florist, café and funky gift shop.

Providence Business News, November 6-12, 2006, NewportFed Unveils New Logo
NewportFed unveils a new logo, designed by BrandEquity, a strategic branding firm based in Newton, Mass.

Corporate Secretary, November 2006, Board Failure Exposed by Erik Sherman
According to Leonard Fuld, competitive intelligence expert and President of Fuld & Co., companies get into a common position where they feel that they need perfect information and perfect control.

Advancing Philanthropy, November-December 2006, Considerations When Rebranding Your Organization by Donald R. Giller
Giller, senior director, not-for-profit and human services, BrandEquity, Newton, Mass., offers six points in changing the name and logo of your nonprofit organization.

Education Digest, November 2006, Integrating Underage Drinking and Drug Use Prevention, Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg says that a well conceived, comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention strategy is critical for schools to prevent underage drinking and drug abuse.

Plastics News, Perspective, October 23, 2006, Joint Effort Pushes Innovation by
Steve Callahan
Design and manufacturing teams must work together from start to finish to create the best product for the consumer, according to Steve Callahan, President of
Radius Product Development.

Boston Globe.com, Business, October 19, 2006, Newton Firm Helps Circuit City with its New ‘firedog’ Service
Competing with Best Buy’s Geek Squad, Circuit City hires BrandEquity of Newton to create the name for its new home electronics service center.

Providence Journal, Business Digest, October 10, 2006, New Logo for NewportFed NewportFed adopts a new logo, designed by BrandEquity of Newton, Mass. featuring the arch of a bridge span and inspired by the Pell Bridge.

Boston Business Journal, October 6-12, Small Business Growth Tools, Lessons Learned
Does your company have a succession plan in place?  Radius Product Development, EZDoesIt Software and Leaf & Petal respond to the question.

Nation’s Restaurant News, October 2, 2006, Product Showcase
New from Food Quality Sensor International, freshQ is a new stick-on freshness sensor label applied by the meat packer, distributor or grocer to freshly wrapped meat and poultry packages.

Education Digest, October 2006, Student Safety from Cyberbullies, in Chat Rooms, and in Instant Messaging by Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg
Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg advises students and schools on how to prevent cyberbullying.

Fundraising Success, September 2006, Rebranding with Grace by Christine Weiser
Lutheran Social Services of Mid-America sheds its long, confusing name and opts for a sleek, more focused brand. BrandEquity of Newton, Mass. creates the new name GraceWorks and a logo to go with it.

Parents, September 2006, Is it Food Poisoning?
Look for the new freshQ labels on packages of meat and poultry at the supermarket; the stickers — developed using military-defense sensor research — change color when the meat is spoiled.

Health, September 2006, Expiration Labels Go High Tech
Food Quality Sensor International Inc. has created new high-tech freshQ labels that detect chemical changes in meat through the wrapper and warn you when it’s past its prime.

Chef, September 2006, Getting a Handle on Food Safety by James J. Hodl
The freshQ Smart Label from Lexington, Mass. -based Food Quality Sensor International, when applied directly to meat or poultry packages, detects the growth of foodborne bacteria.

Your Health Now (Merck), Issue 5 2006, Meat a Breakthrough
Before thawing meat and poultry, be sure what you eat is fresh. Look for the new freshQ labels at your grocery store.

Food Quality, Farm to Fork Quality Assurance, August/September 2006, Litmus for Freshness
Marco Bonné, President and CEO of Food Quality Sensor International, believes his company has introduced the first label ever capable of tracking the progress of meat and indicating if it has reached a spoilable level.

Boston Business Journal, Small Business Growth Tools, August 18-24, 2006,
by Sean McFadden
Steve Callahan, CEO of Radius Product Development, Clinton, Mass., says his company’s global expansion has exposed the company to new trends and technologies around the world.

Investors Business Daily, August 14, 2006, Learning to Look through the Screen
by Patrick Seitz
Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, Mass., discusses his new book The Secret Language of Competitive Intelligence.

eWeek, August 9, 2006, Google Pooh-Poohs Click Fraud Claims by Evan Schuman
Alan Cohen of SpiderSplat Consulting talks about click fraud, a huge threat to the Internet advertising market.

Watt Poultry USA, August 2006, Label Allows Consumers to Detect Freshness
The freshQ label enables consumers to detect food-borne bacteriological levels in packaged fresh meat and poultry, right through the wrap.

Whole Foods, August 2006, Miscellaneous
Brand Name: freshQ. Description: A meat and poultry label that indicates spoilage.

Natural Foods Merchandiser, August 2006, Don’t Turn Green Over Spoiled Meat
A new stick-on label, freshQ, being introduced in supermarkets this summer, turns colors to indicate freshness.

Saturday Evening Post, July/August 2006, A Fresh Way to Tell What’s Rotten
The Smart Label from freshQ will indicate if meat or poultry is spoiled, as it rolls out at supermarkets across the country.

Cape Cod Times, July 28, 2006, Falmouth Native Shows ‘True Guts’ by Amanda Lehmert
Josh Golder’s
film True Guts about people’s struggles with an intestinal disease will debut at Woods Hole Film Festival.

Pipeline & Gas Journal, July 2006, Ignoring Safety Regulations Can Cost You Your Business by Patrick Van Tyle
Patrick VanTyle, CEO of VanTyle Business Solutions, Inc., advises contractors to know all the laws about safety compliance, or they could lose their businesses.

Washington Post, Business, July 8, 2006, Camp E-Mailaway, by Kim Hart
New York-based Bunk1.com hosts galleries, organizes parent e-mails and sends handwritten letters to parents’ inboxes. Its newest service, Bunk Replies, lets parents receive handwritten letters from camp in the body of emails..

Boston Globe, July 8, 2006, New Buzz on an Old Workout Fad by Alice Dembner
Vibrating machines, like Becky Chambers’ Vibrogym in Lexington, are studied for health benefits.

Specialty Food, July 2006, New Label Senses Spoilage
The new Smart Label freshQ senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry products.

Griffin Report of Food Marketing, July 2006, Smart Label FreshQ Will Enable Detection of Bacteria in Packaged Fresh Meat & Poultry
A new breakthrough, Smart Label freshQ, will be introduced in supermarkets this summer.

Boston Business Journal, Advertising & Marketing Trends, June 30-July 6, 2006,
Take Care Click Fraud Doesn’t Drain Your Ad Budget by Eric Melin
Eric V. Melin, CEO of SpiderSplat Consulting, Inc., of Boston, explains how businesses can avoid click fraud

Providence Business News, June 5-11, 2006, Mass. Firm Plans ‘Affordable’ Condos in Woonsocket by Justin Sayles
HDS Architecture
, Watertown, Mass., is designing the Lofts at Allen Street

Condo Media, June 2006, Downtown Renaissance by Pat Gale
Condominiums Help Paint a New Picture of Success for New England’s Small Cities, HDS Architecture of Watertown is renovating an old mill in Woonsocket into condominiums.

Hospitality Technology, Intelligent Biz, June 2006
The Loews Hotel chain is installing Adaco Services’ Eclipse software throughout its hotel chain, taking it from the paper age to the electronic age.

The Lutheran, June 2006, What’s in a Name? by Elizabeth Hunter
Branding leaves its mark on ELCA social service providers, as Lutheran Social Services of Mid-America becomes GraceWorks. BrandEquity of Newton, Mass. worked with the organization for a year to come up with a new name, logo and branding campaign.

Food Processing, June 2006, Spoilage-Detecting Smart Label
Inspired by military defense sensor research, the freshQ smart label detects food-borne bacteriological levels in packaged fresh meat and poultry right through the wrap.

Yankee Food Service, June 2006, Adaco Software Helps Cut Costs and Streamline Hotel Food and Beverage Purchasing Operations.

Boston Globe South, May 28, 2006, As It’s Time to Leave the Nest, They Wing it
by Bella English
Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg addresses Scituate High School seniors about how to avoid alcohol and drugs in college.

Daily News Transcript, May 22, 2006, Boncaldo Chef Wins Two Prestigious Wine Awards.

Norwood Bulletin, Business, May 18, 2006, Pursuit of Excellence
BonCaldo wins two wine awards.

Food Logistics, May 15, 2006, A Fresh Approach to Labeling
A packaging breakthrough called freshQ is generating a lot of buzz among retailers, distributors and both meat and poultry packagers because of its ability to ensure product freshness at the store level.

IGA Grocergram, May 2006, Smart Labels Detect Spoilage in Packaged Meat and Poultry
Food Quality Sensor International
has developed the freshQ label, a stick-on freshness sensor that detects food-borne bacteriological levels through the wrap.

Boston Business Journal, Real Estate Quarterly, April 14-20, 2006, Safety Standards Toughened on State Building Sites by Patrick VanTyle
Patrick VanTyle of VanTyle Business Solutions says construction companies need to know the details of a new state construction law going into effect July 1.

Lift & Access, April 2006, Ignoring Safety Regulations is Risky Business by Patrick Van Tyle
Patrick VanTyle, CEO of VanTyle Business Solutions, Inc., advises contractors to know all the laws about safety compliance, or they could lose their businesses.

Grocery Headquarters, April 2006, Spoilage-Sensing Label
freshQ is
a stick-on sensor label applied by the meat packer, distributor or grocer to the outside of a package.

National Provisioner, April 2006, Labeling
FQSI Inc.
has developed a smart label that senses spoilage in fresh meat and
poultry products.

Refrigerated & Frozen Foods Retailer, April 2006, New Products
FQSI
introduces freshQ, a stick-on freshness sensor label applied to the outside of fresh wrapped meat and poultry packages to detect food-borne bacteriological levels through the wrap.

Boston Magazine, City Style, Health, April 2006 by John Gonzalez
Vibrogym
, the latest ‘fail-safe’ exercise fad, leaves our tester all shook up.

Boston Magazine, Great Dining in the Suburbs, April 2006
Petit Paris Bistro, Scituate, featured with two photos as a great suburban restaurant.

Restaurants & Institutions, April 1, 2006, R&I Products, Good Sense
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc. introduces freshQ, a new stick-on freshness sensor label that, when applied to the outside of fresh-wrapped meat and poultry packages, detects food-borne bacteria levels right through the wrap.

Frozen Food Age, April 2006, Providing Product Freshness by Michael Hartnett
A small simple sticker called freshQ can measure freshness or spoilage in meat and poultry when attached to outside wrappers.

Pork, April 2006, Pork Quality Link, Smart Label Senses Meat Spoilage
Food Quality Sensor International developed freshQ, a new stick-on freshness sensor label for fresh wrapped meat or poultry.

Military Retailer, March/April 2006, Better Safe than Sorry
Smart freshQ label detects food-borne bacteriological levels in packaged fresh meat and poultry.

Worcester Telegram & Gazette, March 20, 2006, Managing a Misfiring Brain
by Elizabeth Coon
Epilepsy Foundation of Massachusetts and Rhode Island will host “A Day of Hope Conference” April 1.  Mary Smith shows how yoga has helped her cope with epileptic seizures.

Industrial Machinery Digest, March 2, 2006, Risky Business by Patrick Van Tyle
Patrick VanTyle, CEO of VanTyle Business Solutions, Inc., says many companies ignore safety regulations at their peril.

Food Manufacturing, March 2006, Freshness Sensor Label
freshQ is a new stick-on freshness sensor label that is applied by the meat packer, distributor, or grocer to the outside of fresh wrapped meat and poultry packages. 

Meat & Poultry, March 2006, Smart Label
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc.
has developed freshQ, a revolutionary new smart label that senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry products.

Meat & Deli Retailer, March 2006, Food Quality Sensor Inc. Develops Smart Labels to
Detect Meat Spoilage
The company’s freshQ product is a stick-on sensor label that is applied by the meat packer, distributor or grocer to the outside of packages and detects food-borne bacteriological levels through the wrap.

Food Manufacturing, March 2006, Freshness Sensor Label
freshQ is a new stick-on freshness sensor label that is applied by the meat packer, distributor, or grocer to the outside of fresh wrapped meat and poultry packages. 

Meat & Poultry, March 2006, Smart Label
Food Quality Sensor International, Inc.
has developed freshQ, a revolutionary new smart label that senses spoilage in fresh meat and poultry products

Meat & Deli Retailer, March 2006, Food Quality Sensor Inc. Develops Smart Labels to
Detect Meat Spoilage
The company’s freshQ product is a stick-on sensor label that is applied by the meat packer, distributor or grocer to the outside of packages and detects food-borne bacteriological levels through the wrap.

Food Business News, February 21, 2006, Label’s Colors Say Whether Item is Fresh
FreshQ
, a new stick-on freshness sensor label, may be applied to the outside of fresh wrapped meat and poultry packages.

Boston Herald, February 11, 2006, As You Were Saying … Frey’s Fiction Helps No One by Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg
Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg, a prevention specialist and recovering drug addict, says sobriety is hard work and James Frey’s book has done recovering substance abusers an injustice.

Hard Hat News, February 3, 2006, Risky Business: Ignoring Safety Regulations Can Cost You Your Business by Patrick Van Tyle
Patrick VanTyle, CEO of VanTyle Business Solutions, Inc., advises contractors to know all the laws about safety compliance or they could lose their businesses.

Washington Times, January 25, 2006, When Favorite Things Need Help by William A. Fisher and Chris Allsbrooks of the FabriCare Foundation
Monthly Q&A column on clothing care issues submitted by readers.

Jewish Advocate, December 30, 2005, Restorations and History by Shaindi Rice
Hans Strauch, President of HDS Architecture, is restoring Longyear Manor in Brookline, a 100-year-old estate.

Investors Business Daily, Consultant’s War Games Help Gird Tech Firms, November 17, 2005 by Doug Tsouroka
Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., does a Q&A on simulating competition: games force participants to re-examine abilities, assumptions and goals.

Boston Globe, October 24, 2005, Fuel Prices Usher in New Coal Age by Peter J. Howe
Williams Coal & Oil
delivering coal throughout eastern Massachusetts to customers looking
to save money on heating bills.

Boston Globe, Business & Innovation, August 15, 2005, Winning Bids by Diane Lewis
Any interest in making a low-ball offer on a vintage Texas shotgun house? Many nonprofits are using cMarket for online auctions to raise money.

The Economist, August 13-19, 2005, Yahoo!’s Personality Crisis by Andreas Kluth
Fuld & Co., Cambridge, Mass., ran a War Game with teams from Harvard Business School and MIT’s Sloan School representing Yahoo!, Google, Time Warner’s AOL, and Microsoft’s MSN.
Why Yahoo! came in last.

The Wall Street Journal, July 21, 2005, Home & Family, Moving On, Camp Gives Soldiers’ Kids a Break by Jeffrey Zaslow
Escape from Added Duties at Home Can Be Tracked Online by Parents in Iraq through Bunk1.com.

TIME, July18, 2005, NOTEBOOK, Keeping Tabs on Campers by Jennine Lee-St. John
More than 200 camps this summer are using Bunk Replies, a new service by Bunk1.com that zaps faxes of kids’ handwritten letters into their parents’ e-mail In Boxes.

Boston Globe, Real Estate, July 30, 2005, By the Hook by Franci Richardson
To lure buyers in today’s hot condo market, developers follow a new rule of thumb: Give your property a trendy name. BrandEquity of Newton designed the logo for NorthPoint, a 4.5-acre $2 billion planned community in Cambridge that broke ground in the spring.

United Press International, July 13, 2005, Emails from Summer Campers
by Gene Kaprowski
Kids get emails from their parents at camp without ever seeing a computer, thanks to Bunk1.com.

Child, June-July 2005, What’s Hot Now, The Write Stuff
Bunk1.com lets campers send “handwritten” notes home to Mom and Dad via the Internet. Kids write letters on regular paper, the camp faxes the notes to the company, and the site e-mails them home.

Jewish Chronicle, Worcester, April 21, 2005, Going, Going, Gone to JCCs
Jewish Community Center Association of North America and cMarket, a Cambridge-based provider of Internet-based auction fundraising services, have formed a partnership.

Boston Globe South, March 20, 2005, People & Places
“Taste & Toast” – Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Fifth Annual Taste & Toast Extravaganza will feature tantalizing tasty treasures and wines of the world March 28.

Boston Globe South, March 10, 2005, A Fight-Free Zone by Dave Doyle
The Pond, Norwood, promotes no-check hockey to counter violence in amateur game.

Boston Globe South, March 10, 2005, Dance Raises $75,000 for Homeless Women
Open Your Heart dinner dance benefits the Women’s shelter of Father Bill’s Place, Quincy.

Patriot Ledger, March 2, 2005, Once Homeless, She’s Become a Success Story
Formerly homeless, Susan is one of many success stories at Father Bill’s Place.

Philadelphia Inquirer, Image, February 13, 2005, The Cart, Easy Internet Shopping
Everything Iris.com offers a collection of handcrafted home furnishings, all with an iris theme.

New England Real Estate Journal, February 11-17, 2005, Sydney, HDS and Columbia Open $4.5 million The Kendall Building in Belmont.

Banker & Tradesman, January 31, 2005, Kendall Building Grand Opening Set
Sydney Associates, a real estate development firm based in Brookline, will sponsor the grand opening of The Kendall Building on Sunday, Feb. 13, 4-6 p.m., 270 Trapelo Road, Belmont.

Providence Sunday Journal, Lifestyles, January 30, 2005, Handmade Cards at Figments; a Web Site for Iris Lovers
Donna Sosnowski of Foxboro created EverythingIris.com because of her love of irises. The site has everything you could want for Valentine’s Day.

Boston Globe, Living/Arts, Names, January 29, 2005, Celebs Doff Clothes for a Cause
Cambridge-based cMarket is powering the “Clothes Off Our Back Golden Globes” celebrity clothing auction for UNICEF Tsunami Relief. 

Boston Sunday Globe, City Weekly, January 23, 2005, Pipe Burst, But Not His Bubble
Italian Café reopens after flood closes its doors for a year.

Crain’s New York Business, December 13-19, 2004, Bigger Potamkin Gears Up for Move by Tommy Fernandez
Potamkin Auto Group moving Honda franchise to 30 West End Avenue, but is looking for much larger space in Manhattan.

Banker & Tradesman, November 29, 2004, New Logo Paints NorthPoint as a Desirable Destination by Ted Selame and Linda Swain
Bylined article by BrandEquity, Newton, Mass., and Spaulding & Slye Colliers on why
Spaulding & Slye Colliers wanted BrandEquity to design a logo for its NorthPoint development.

Boston Business Journal, November 12-18, 2004, Identity crisis: Land Parcels Now Come with — logos, by Michelle Hillman
BrandEquity
of Newtondevelops logo, an “N” with two arrows pointing in either direction, for NorthPoint.

New England Real Estate Journal, November 12-18, 2004, BrandEquity Designs Logo for 45 acre NorthPoint Project
NorthPoint presents an unusual identity challenge for BrandEquity of Newton, because it is not a company or organization but a place.

Patriot Ledger, November 6-7, 2004, How-to Holiday Decorations by Suzette Sandring
Linda Merrill of Chameleon Interiors offers inexpensive tips for making holiday decorations for home and office.

Boston Globe, Living/Arts, August 30, 2004, Knowledge of Aunt’s Difficult Journey Sends Author on His Own by Jack Thomas
David Gumpert developed his aunt’s memoir Inge: A Girl’s Journey through
Nazi Europe.

Boston Magazine, Best of Boston, August 2004
Most Romantic Restaurant, Petit Paris Bistro, Scituate, MA

Worcester Telegram & Gazette, July 13, 2004, Staying Connected with Young Camper
by Pamela H. Sacks
Bunk1.com alleviates parents’ concerns.  Sophie Adler got three emails from her parents in Israel while she was at Camp Young Judaea in New Hampshire. Parents can e-mail their children and log onto a password-protected photo gallery to see what their kids are doing at summer camp through Bunk1.com.

Kansas City Star, July 3, 2004, Making a Connection from Camp to Camp by Carolyn Casey
Col. Mike Manske of Kansas City, stationed in Ar Ramadi, Iraq, emails his daughter Ali and views pictures of her at Camp Prairie Schooner through Bunk1.com. He uses a computer at one of Saddam Hussein’s former palaces to stay in touch with Ali while she’s away at camp.

Boston Globe South, June 3, 2004, An Education in Volunteering by Sherry Alpert
Sherry Alpert talks about the rewards of volunteering in teaching two first graders how to read through the Greater Boston Jewish Literacy Coalition.

Entrepreneur, June 2004, Be Your Own Boss, Happy Campers
Happy memories of summer camp prompted Ari Ackerman, CEO of Bunk1.com, to launch the company after writing a business plan for it during his MBA program at the Kellogg School at Northwestern University.

Tampa Tribune, May 30, 2004, A Tale of Survivors by Stephen Thompson
Inge: A Girl’s Journey through Nazi Europe by David Gumpert tells the story of how 100 Jewish children hid from Nazis in a castle in German-occupied France during World War II.

San Francisco Chronicle, May 23, 2004, Untold Tales of Courage and Survival
by Annie Nakao
Inge: A Girl’s Journey through Nazi Europe by David Gumpert describes Jewish children’s ‘other’ kindertransport.

The Tennessean, May 19, 2004, Software Keeps Students on the Straight and Narrow
by Rebecca Denton
Software Secure stops students from accessing email, “Googling” exam topics and instant-messaging while taking tests on their computers.

Boston Globe, City & Region, May 8, 2004, For Gays, Adoption Irony by Franco Ordonez
A lesbian couple from Natick could not legally adopt a daughter from Eastern Europe, leaving one partner to adopt the baby as a single parent. They participated in the Adoption Community of New England’s annual conference held just before gay marriage became legal in Massachusetts.

News & Observer, May 3, 2004, Laptops Lap at Blue Book’s Domain by Tim Simmons
UNC Chapel Hill instructors use Software Secure to let students take exams on their laptops without teachers worrying about cheating.

Toronto Star, April 30, 2004, Cheats Face the Heat by Louise Brown
Colleges, universities crack down on high-tech deception, New Software Secure software acts as ‘virtual security guards’ at exam time.

Investors Business Daily, April 15, 2004, Teachers Combat High-Tech Cheating
by Sheila Riley
Software Secure
prevents students from cheating while taking exams by computer.

Patriot Ledger, March 18, 2004, Selling Sizzle by Nadine Hoffman
Roger Homan of United Coupons, Milton, is a coupon connoisseur who captures customers for clients throughout the South Shore.

Boston Business Journal, February 27-March 4, 2004, HarborOne Navigates Its Waters with a New Brand by Edward Mason
BrandEquity of Newton creates a new name and logo for Brockton Credit Union: HarborOne Credit Union. It is the same company that re-branded Boston Bank of Commerce as OneUnited Bank.

Miami Herald, February 16, 2004, Software Takes Philanthropy Online by Bea Garcia
Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation raised 75% of its total silent auction proceeds through an online auction powered by cMarket, a Cambridge, Mass. company.

Providence Sunday Journal, January 4, 2004, On-line Auctions Boost Donations for Nonprofits by Bryan Rourke
The Roger Williams Park Zoo became the first customer of cMarket, a Cambridge, Mass., based company that bills itself as the first online fundraising auction site for nonprofits.

Boston Sunday Globe, December 14, 2003, Travel, Where They Went: Israel
by Diane Daniel
Davida Harris and her daughter Shauna of Danville, NH, traveled to Israel through Volunteers for Israel and volunteered on an Israeli army base.

Rochester Business Journal, October 17, 2003, How Not to Handle a Business Tsunami by Leonard M. Fuld
Competitive intelligence guru Leonard Fuld, President of Fuld & Co., says many businesses are selling ice when they should be selling refrigeration.

Entrepreneur, December 2003, Be Your Own Boss, Ultimate Makeover by Devlin Smith
Clients of the Sudbury, Massachusetts Elizabeth Grady skin-care salon don’t expect the woman behind the counter to be an experienced cosmetologist or aesthetician.

Family Circle, October 1, 2003, Lose More Weight in Less Time by Margit Feury
Josh Golder, licensed SuperSlow instructor and president of Cutting Edge Fitness in Newton, Massachusetts, says you lose body fat by performing slow, controlled moves that thoroughly exhaust your muscles.

WNBC, New York, NY, July 21, 2003, Emailing from camp
Bunk1.com lets parents have a window into their kids at camp by sending them one-way
emails and viewing photos of them having fun.
Pickups by: WPRC (Houston), WKAS (Dallas), ), KRIS (Corpus Christi), WVIT (Hartford), WWLP (Springfield, MA), WSAV (Savannah), WLWT (Cincinnati), WXII (Greensboro), WKYC (Cleveland), WNYT (Albany), KNTV (San Jose), WMAQ (Chicago), WBAL (Baltimore), WMC (Memphis), WESH (Orlando), KSEE (Fresno), WHO (Desmoines), KWOC (Quad Cities, IA), WPSD (Paducah, KY), WLEX (Lexington, KY)

WFXT, Boston, February 10, 2003, How Would You Like to Work Out Once a Week for 30 Minutes or Less?, Naamua Delaney, Entertainment and Lifestyle
Josh Golder of Cutting Edge Fitness, Newton, has a slow approach to exercise that’s only 30 minutes a week.

Boston Magazine, City Journal/Health, February 2003, Weighty Issues by Lena Watts
SuperSlow certified trainer Josh Golder of Cutting Edge Fitness combines heavy weights, very slow reps, and quick transitions between exercises to build muscle quickly.

Woman’s World, January 7, 2003, Do You Have a Get-Rich Idea?
Renee Kimmel’s pillows helped her dream up $100,000 thanks to free information
she got from Entreworld.org.

Boston Globe, Living/Arts, November 25, 2002, Slow Train by Irene Sege
Trading in speed for intensity, a new approach to lifting weights is the subject of heavy debate. Cutting Edge Fitness, Newton, advocates ‘super slow’.

TIME, Best Websites, November 4, 2002, Managing a Small Business
Best Starter Kit: Entreworld.org. The best web site for entrepreneurs.

Boston Globe, City & Region, October 31, 2002, Dozens of Dialects, English the Goal
by Megan Tench
Ted Coiné of Ted’s English School, Stoughton, says non-English speaking students need faster immersion in English.

WCVB, Boston, Healthbeat, October 28, 2002, A Slow Approach to Exercise
Super Slow, the new way to exercise at Cutting Edge Fitness in Newton, lets you exercise
once a week, very slow, for less than a half hour.

Jewish Advocate, October 18-24, 2002, New Fitness Routine Helping People in Battle of the Bulge by Susie Davidson
Josh Golder, President of Cutting Edge Fitness, is the only licensed Superslow instructor
in Massachusetts.

CNN, July 5, 2002, Bunk1.com Brings Parents Closer to Their Kids at Camp
Ari Ackerman, CEO of Bunk1.com, creates technology that lets parents see pictures of
their kids at camp and send them one-way emails.

Good Housekeeping, July 2002, Your Family, I Spy Summer Camp
This summer parents can look at pictures of their kids in action at summer camp — even if they’re hundreds of miles away through Bunk1.com.

First for Women, July 17, 2002, Virtual Camp Camera
If you’re wondering how your child is doing at summer camp, look no further than Bunk1.com. The site gives a window into the campers’ activities by posting daily photos of them and also gives parents an opportunity to send e-mails or care packages with a simple click of a mouse.

Boston Globe South, June 20, 2002, Walk-a-thon Aids Israeli Victims
Local residents raise $30,000 for the Israel Emergency Solidarity Fund.

Boston Globe South, March 17, 2002, In the Event of an Emergency … by Kimberly Atkins
Rosemary Wilson of Weymouth started CareCall, a 24-hour emergency notification service, when her children went off to college and she realized that there was no way for her to be notified if something happened to them.

Jewish Advocate, March 15-21, 2002, Canton’s Sherry Alpert Turns 50th Birthday into CAMERA Fundraiser by Susie Davidson
Rather than get birthday presents at her 50th birthday party, Sherry Alpert asked her friends to make donations to the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America.

Director’s Monthly, December 2001, Paranoia is Good: Why IT Security Matters
by Peter Giannacopolis
Wise words of warning from the President of Myrmidon Networks, a veteran of IT security crises.

Business Week, November 26, 2001, The Case of the Corporate Spy by Louis Lavelle
In a recession, competitive intelligence can pay off big says Leonard Fuld, president and founder of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, Mass.

Jewish Advocate, October 12-18, 2001, The Heyday of Airline Hijackings by Sherry Alpert Canton’s Sherry Alpert Reflects on Personal Experience with Terror en route to Israel in 1970.

The Wall Street Journal, September 7, 2001, Unilever and P&G Reach Settlement in Espionage Case by Emily Nelson and Sarah Ellison
Leonard Fuld of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, Mass., says in settling these types of cases, companies often agree to restraints on information gathering.

CBS Early Show, August 8, 2001, Parents Can ‘See’ Their Kids at Summer Camp
Bunk1.com
lets parents see their kids at summer camp and send them one-way emails.

Bloomberg News Radio, July 27, 2001, Ari Ackerman discusses how Bunk1.com has revolutionized summer camp through technology.

Miami Herald, July 24, 2001, Website Lets You Check on Kids at Camp by Sam Eifling
Bunk1.com lets parents see photos of their kids at camp and send them one-way emails.

USA Today, July 19, 2001, E-mail Muddah, E-mail Fadduh … by Janet Kornblum
Kids communicate with their parents from camp via Bunk1.com through one-way emails to camp. Parents can see pictures of their kids, too.  “It’s for the 21st century parent,” says Bunk1 CEO Ari Ackerman.

WCBS, New York, June 30, 2001, High Tech Camp
Parents can stop being homesick for their kids at camp. Bunk1.com gives parents a window into their kids at camp.
Pickups on: WCCO (Minneapolis), WBTV (Charlotte)

News1, New York, June 10, 2001, Speed Pitching Can Get You Venture Funding
Mindshare Ventures
, New York, calls it speed dating for entrepreneurs and puts the best young entrepreneurs with venture funders to pitch their ideas.

Financial Times, June 4, 2001, Speech Pitching
Entrepreneurs pitch their business plans to venture funders at a “speed pitching” event sponsored by Mindshare Ventures.

Bloomberg News Radio, June 4, 2001, Speed Pitching
Richard Friedman, CEO of Mindshare Ventures, discusses his upcoming speed pitching event at Baruch College, where entrepreneurs pitch their business plans to venture funders.

WNYC AM & FM, May 29, 2001, Speed Pitching
Richard Friedman, CEO of Mindshare Ventures, discusses his upcoming speed pitching event at Baruch College, where entrepreneurs pitch their business plans to venture funders.

Men’s Journal, May 2001, “Herbal Viagra Goes Legit”, by Jason Adams
BetterMAN, the first herbal Viagra to have a published scientific study behind it, helps men overcome erectile dysfunction around the clock.

New York Times, Circuits, April 26, 2001, For Those Who Would Click and Cheat
by Lisa Guernsey
New exam software by Software Secure is designed to keep students’ cursors form straying.

Investors Business Daily, March 6, 2001, Business Intelligence Isn’t Always So Smart
by J. Bonasia
Leonard Fuld of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, Mass., says technology can help the process, but it must be brought in at the right time for employees.

The Wall Street Journal, February 16, 2001, Health Journal, How to Tell Whether that Online Drugstore is Really a Good Deal by Tara Parker-Pope
Safedose.com
offers services that aren’t available at regular pharmacies.

GQ, February 2001, “Herbal Renewal”
Unlike Viagra, BetterMAN, an all herbal supplement, prevents erectile dysfunction without any side effects.

Boston Globe, Technology & Innovation, January 29, 2001, Online Testing with No Cheating by Patrick Healy
New software by Software Secure, based in Brookline, aims to keep students honest.

New England Cable News, January 14, 2001, Giving New Boats a New Birth
Davida Nowland of Nauticals of Marblehead creates one-of-a-kind furniture from wrecked wooden boats.

WHDH-TV, Boston, October 18, 2000, The Bula Bear, by Kristy Kim
Elizabeth Durkee left Wall Street to found BulaBear.com, stuffed animals that hug you back.

WCVB-TV, Boston, October 17, 2000, BetterMAN, created by a Marblehead firm, is the first “Herbal Viagra” with a published scientific study and no side effects.

WBZ-TV, Boston, October 18, 2000, BetterMAN, created by a Marblehead firm, is the first “Herbal Viagra” with a published scientific study and no side effects.

WHDH-TV, Boston, October 31, 2000, BetterMAN is the first “Herbal Viagra” with a published scientific study and no side effects.

Boston Globe, October 18, 2000, ‘Herbal Viagra’ Shows Promise in Rats, by Richard Saltus BetterMAN, developed by Marblehead firm Interceuticals, is the first “herbal Viagra” without side effects and which works round the clock. Dr. Tom Lue, urologist at the University of California in San Francisco, found in his breakthrough study that BetterMAN produces a more potent rat.

Boston Globe, Life at Home, October 12, 2000, In Marblehead, Giving Nautical Wrecks a Second Wind by Doreen Iudica Vigue
Davida Nowland of Nauticals of Marblehead crafts new furniture from old wooden boats.

Boston Globe, Business, September 3, 2000, The Best Financial Advice You’ve Received?
By Dolores Kong
Needham entrepreneur David Gumpert discusses his new book Better Than Money: Build Your Fortune Using Stock Options and Other Equity Incentives — In Up and Down Markets.

Fortune, Ask Annie, August 14, 2000, What are Those Startup Options Worth Anyway
by Annie Fisher
David Gumpert
tells readers how to assess the worth of their stock options in Better Than Money: Build Your Fortune Using Stock Options and Other Equity Incentives — In Up and Down Markets.

Investors Business Daily, July 5, 2000, Employees, Stock Options in a Weak Market
by M. Susan Basas
A Q&A with David Gumpert on his book Better than Money: Build Your Fortune Using Stock Options and Other Equity Incentives — In Up and Down Markets.

Investors Business Daily, April 7, 2000, For that Extra Edge: Competitive Intelligence
by M. Susan Basas
Q&A with Leonard Fuld of Fuld & Co., Cambridge, Mass., on how, when and why to employ competitive intelligence.

Mass High Tech, March 13-19, 2000, As Growth Shoots Off Charts, Find E-Biz Know-How
by Bruce Buckland, CEO of Inforonics.
Buckland says the avalanche of brick-and-mortar businesses migrating to e-business is gathering force.

New York Times, November 27, 1999, Crowds Open a Busy Season for Merchants
by Leslie Kaufman
Jeff Tauber of CyberShop says Black Friday shopping at his online department store has grown significantly over last year.

Boston Globe, Business, October 6, 1999, Keeping Eyes Open Can Save a Bundle
by Lori Valigra
Fuld & Co.
teaches legal corporate intelligence-gathering.

The Wall Street Journal, Business Bulletin, July 1, 1999
Fuld & Co. of Cambridge, Mass., says expensive, unused data are clogging up budgets and decision-making.

Woman’s World, Hot Website for Bargain Shoppers, January 12, 1999
Avoid mall crowds by clicking onto Deal-a-Day, the discount online shopping site that offers brand names at low prices.

Boston Globe, Names & Faces, December 15, 1998, Dealing Daily on the Net,
by Carol Beggy and Beth Carney
Norwood entrepreneur Ed Mufson’s discount-clothing web site Deal-a-Day was on CNBC’s “Power Lunch”, and was chosen by “CBS This Morning” as one of the best for online holiday shopping. It was previously featured on Lifetime.

CBS This Morning, December 10, 1998, Hot Web Sites for Holiday Shopping
Deal-a-Day is a hot web site for online holiday shopping.

CNBC, Power Lunch, December 9, 1998, Selling Discount Designer Clothes Online
Ed Mufson, CEO of Deal-a-Day, is the first entrepreneur to sell discount designer clothes on the Internet.

Boston Globe, Business, December 2, 1998, Miss Manners on Wall Street
by Jerry Ackerman
Rosanne Thomas of Protocol Etiquette Advisors is helping companies learn the importance of etiquette.

WCVB, Boston, Chronicle, November 30, 1998, Online Shopping Saves Shoppers
Time and Money
Deal-a-Day may look like a hole in the wall, but it’s got the best prices for online fashions.

WBZ, News 4 New England, Boston, November 24, 1998, Online Shopping May Be the Wave of the Future
Deal-a-Day
in Norwood means no more long lines and crowded parking lots.

WCVB, NewsCenter 5, Boston, October 16, 1998, A Hole in the Wall in Norwood Has Great Online Clothing Bargains
Deal-a-Day, Norwood, is a hole in the wall with designer label clothes at rock bottom prices.

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