Updated July 23 at 5:28pm
Defense Industry
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Look out Caterpillar Inc., Textron Inc. and Deere & Co.: You’re showing the telltale signs that you might be targeted by activist investors. more
Erin Donovan-Boyle is executive director of the Newport County Chamber of Commerce, one of the state's largest business-advocacy organizations. She discusses some of the changes in the business climate in the state and new initiatives for the … more
MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. is part of a team that has been awarded a $55 million Naval Sea Systems Command contract for submarine work. Through the five-year contract, SEA Corp. will work alongside Manassas, … more
Bell Helicopter is reviving its vision of finding a civilian market for an aircraft that takes off like a helicopter and cruises like a plane. more
PROVIDENCE – The annual value of defense contracts awarded in the state has more than tripled since fiscal 2007, bucking a downward national trend in the value of such contracts, according to a report by the Department of Defense's Office of … more
MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corporation – Sea Corp. – has received a contract to work with the Missile Defense Agency under the federal Small Business Innovative Research program. The $100,000 contract for phase I will … more
WALTHAM, Mass. – Raytheon Co. cut its 2015 profit forecast, as the maker of Patriot missile-defense systems absorbs costs from a $1.9 billion deal to create a cybersecurity company, Bloomberg News reported. Earnings from continuing … more
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island can recapture some of its former glory by focusing on seven broad growth areas, according to a report released last week. They are biomedical innovation; information technology/software and data analytics; … more
Orders for business equipment fell in December by the most in 10 months, a sign U.S. companies were slashing capital investment even before the turmoil in global financial markets. more
When companies of any size experience significant growth, there are always bumps in the road. For West Warwick's AstroNova, formerly known as Astro-Med Inc., one of those bumps came in the form of employee accident reports. "For years and … more
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