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After you've worked in an industry for more than three decades, you start to get the hang of it. Peter Andruszkiewicz of Blue Cross & Blue Shield Rhode Island not only has left his mark on the state's health care industry, he's positioned it to make … more
Bruce Van Saun, chairman and CEO of Citizens Financial Group Inc. since October 2013, has been particularly busy for the last two-and-a-half years. In his short tenure at the helm of the largest bank based in Rhode Island, Van Saun has led … more
John Hazen White Jr. is a bold brand. Anyone watching the history of Rhode Island industry knows that White has earned his flamboyant persona. He is the third generation of the White family to head privately held Taco Group Co., founded in … more
Based on his public statements, John E. Taylor Jr., chairman of Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc., is a man of great confidence. He is going to need it. Taylor's job makes him chief of the owner of Twin River Casino, one of several actors … more
You've got to love a guy who declares he will come up with $10 million to restore and support a beautiful old dowager of a city park, now turning a bit shabby around the edges. The guy in question is Neil D. Steinberg, and the money will be … more
What does it take to turn a charm bracelet – a bit of 1950s-style adornment found in every girl's jewelry box – into a personal talisman and statement of transcendent spirituality? Some might call it "chutzpah." Some might call it marketing. But … more
How often is a gift called "transformational?" That's a big claim. The word was used by University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley, referring in 2013 to a $15 million gift from former CVS Caremark Corp. President and CEO Thomas M. … more
Two gorgeously restored performing arts houses in Providence make a nice set of bookends, geographically speaking: Veterans Memorial Auditorium is perched on Smith Hill and Providence Performing Arts Center claims the other end of the skyline on … more
For years, economic-development specialists have been saying that Providence needs to get more construction underway, particularly construction of hotels, as room vacancy rates go down and cost of rooms go up. After some dithering, the … more
When Christina H. Paxson, an Ivy League educated economist, was contemplating applying for the presidency of Brown University, did she see herself wading into the tough playpen of real estate development in Rhode Island, and even joining the … more
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