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Hospitality
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When I started my business in 1997, I knew I had to follow simple business mottos: Buy good, quality ingredients, make a desirable product, and never decline a customer's request. I immediately recognized buying good, quality ingredients … more
A significant change in the city's restaurant landscape was discovered recently. It happened while consulting with Providence Business News to put together the 2016 Book of Lists' ranking of Providence restaurants by seating capacity. The … more
The Newport Historical Society is launching a new initiative: Newport Eats. more
Jean Macomber was named general manager for the Courtyard by Marriott in Warwick. She joins the Waterford Hotel Group, which owns the hotel, from the Residence Inn by Marriott in Warwick. Before that, she was general manager at Residence Inn by … more
Disruption is a buzzword in current academic research, but it can have real-life implications that often are quite powerful. Uber, the Web-based ride-sharing service, complements and supplants licensed taxi service and undercuts the … more
Twin River's proposed casino in Tiverton to replace Newport Grand is critical to Rhode Island's ability to compete with gaming in the Bay State, according to the casino owner and gaming-industry observers. "In competitive markets, … more
Unions may hold considerable clout in Rhode Island, but labor law doesn't always favor their side. In construction, developers can't be forced to hire organized labor through the use of so-called project labor agreements. And in employment, … more
It's a blog. It's bridesmaid services. It's décor. Amy Fields and Kristina Wendell in October launched Prep & Pearls LLC as a hybrid blog, products and services website. The daily blog preppearls.com is aimed at 20-30-something-year-old … more
Amy Rees was hired as The Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel's director of sales and marketing. She has a bachelor's degree in history from St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y. more
More than two decades after its opening, the R.I. Convention Center still routinely runs a deficit, even with the revenue that its parking facility and food services provide. Factor in the debt service – with $300 million still on the books – … more
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