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“Amica’s folks always go back to our core values,” said Robert A. DiMuccio, chairman, president and CEO of Amica Mutual Insurance Co. Those core values are embodied in the Lincoln-based company’s mission: “To create peace of mind and build enduring relationships.” more
More than 300 of the Ocean State’s business leaders joined the nine honorees at Providence Business News’ 14th annual Business Excellence Awards celebration on Wednesday, Nov.12 at the Providence Marriott. more
BOSTON – An independent study released in the New England Journal of Medicine this month said that the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Alternative Quality Contract has improved the quality of patient care and lowered costs in the four years since it was first implemented. more
EAST PROVIDENCE – Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc. announced last month that it has acquired Universal Insurance Agency, a Smithfield-based firm. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. more
The 2015 unemployment insurance taxable wage base will be $21,200 for most employers in Rhode Island, according to the R.I. Department of Labor and Training. more
HealthSource RI, the state’s health benefits exchange, announced that more health insurance plans will be offered on the exchange next year, and that rate sheets are available that will allow consumers and small employers to compare plans. more
The Beacon Mutual Insurance Co.’s wellness committee offers and supports events that encourage and foster good health for all Beacon employees. The 13-member panel is the powerhouse of a wellness initiative of the Warwick-based firm, which has more than 170 employees. more
If you work at Amica Mutual Insurance Co., you have no excuse for not exercising. more
In 2010, the move to a LEED-certified building that was rated the most eco-friendly office structure in Rhode Island led the retiring CEO of FM Global, Shivan Subramaniam, to express his company’s commitment to more than the health of its environment. more
In a few short weeks, after voters have gone to the polls, the current Congress will return to Washington, D.C., for a short time to finish a few “must-do” items before the close of the year. Chief among these priorities is a budget for the upcoming months, but several smaller pieces of legislation require passage before the ball drops on New Year’s Eve. more
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