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Two hundred and fifteen college graduates working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields were chosen as the recipients of R.I. Commerce Corp.’s first Wavemaker Fellowships, a tax credit to defray student loan repayment. more
At South County Hospital, Rhode Island’s only independent hospital, Dr. Bob Marchand performs full knee replacement surgeries using a high-tech tool that will not be commercially marketed and released until March 2017, he told Providence Business News. more
Caesars Entertainment Corp., trying to convince young people that slot machines can be cool, is rolling out a new generation of devices in its casinos that look like the mobile games people play on their phones. more
Amos House, which recently celebrated the opening of its new facility in South Providence, received a new computer lab complete with eight desktop computers, 20 laptops for classroom use and routers, all courtesy of International Game Technology PLC. more
Southcoast Health recently announced that partial knee replacement surgeries are now being offered with the Navio Surgical System. more
Kelly Nevins is the first full-time executive director of MedMates, Rhode Island’s health care technology network group. She spoke recently with PBN about its short- and long-term goals and her role with the organization. more
A recent report from CBRE, a real estate services firm, which analyzed U.S. tech employment over the past five years, listed the top 50 technology markets in the United States, but Providence was not one of them. more
AstroNova, a maker of technology for the aerospace, specialty printing, test and measurement markets, reported a 15.9 percent drop in profit in the first quarter, but an 8.6 percent increase in revenue. more
(Updated 11:21 a.m.) Cox Communications Monday afternoon began experiencing service outages throughout Rhode Island as well as in other parts of the country due to cut fiber optic lines at service providers to Cox. more
KVH Industries Inc. widened its first-quarter loss to $2.8 million, or 18 cents per diluted share, compared with the loss it reported in first quarter 2015 of $1.4 million, or 9 cents per share. more
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