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CVS Health Corp. recently announced the launch of Be The First, an initiative to help those who smoke quit and ensure that those who don’t smoke, never start. Eileen Howard Boone, CVS Health’s senior vice president of corporate social responsibility and philanthropy, and president of the CVS Health Foundation, talked with Providence Business News about the initiative. more
1 HealthSource RI just completed its third enrollment period. What is the size of the enrollment and what segment of the market had the greatest growth this year? We closed out open enrollment with 34,888 members, over 8,000 of which are … more
One of Randall, Realtors top agents talks about why she is successful and what it’s like to become a manager of an office. more
Robert A. Catanzaro is the president of Rhode Island’s smallest bank: Independence Bank. The East Greenwich-based bank specializes in small-business lending through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s flagship 7(a) loan program. Catanzaro talks with Providence Business News about SBA lending and what lending trends are telling him about the local economy. more
Lorén Spears has served as the executive director of the Tomaquag Museum in Exeter since 2003 when she founded the Nuweetooun School there. The school closed after the 2010 floods yet programming for native youth and families continues today through the museum. A member of the Narragansett Tribe, Spears incorporates much of her heritage into her work educating the general public about native cultures, arts and history. more
(Updated 12:22 p.m.) Joseph M. Baptista is the president of Anchor Financial Mortgage Inc. in Pawtucket. The mortgage firm recently partnered with R.I. Housing and its new program, the Ocean State Grad Grant, which is designed to help new graduates purchase homes. He talks with Providence Business News about his firm, the program and the benefits to buying versus renting. more
1 Last month Swipely Inc. became Upserve. Why the name change? The name Upserve is inspired by the energy and passion restaurateurs have for their guests, food and staff. We're catching our brand name up to where our customers – and our … more
Candace H. Sharkey is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island College of Nursing and received her master’s degree in health care administration from Salve Regina University. She joined the Visiting Nurse Services of Newport and Bristol Counties in May 2013 as the chief compliance officer and was appointed as the CEO in October 2014. more
As the program director for Flickers, the nonprofit arm of the Rhode Island International Film Festival, Shawn Quirk is responsible for overseeing the selection of films submitted for consideration to the festival and manages the organization of screenings throughout the year. more
Tara Sheridan, director of sales for New England for Windstream, talks about the company with Providence Business News. The Little Rock, Ark.-based telecommunications company recently made news after reports that it would raise rates on some deals for some of its small- and medium-sized business customers. more
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