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There’s been a change in leadership at the 140-year-old Bradford Soap Works. John Howland has moved into the position of executive chairman, while Stuart Benton has taken over as the new president and CEO of Bradford and its operating subsidiaries. more
Seafarers who subscribe to KVH Industries Inc.’s content delivery service IP-MobileCast now will have more access to weather reports. more
AAA has revamped and changed the name of its gas price website. more
Richard A. Andrews recently was appointed chief operating officer at ProThera Biologics in Providence, a company that is developing inter-alpha inhibitor proteins to treat severe inflammation associated with infection, trauma and disease. He discussed his new role at the company with Providence Business News, as well as his past experience. more
Apollo Safety Inc., a provider of gas detection products and services for universities, hotels, hospitals and other organizations throughout New England, is expanding its technical service and administrative team. more
JASON Learning will no longer be able to offer its Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum to more than 20 Rhode Island schools because it was not included on the list of state Community Service Grant program recipients. more
(Updated 11:19 a.m.) The Rhode Island Foundation’s 2016 annual meeting, attended by more than 1,000 donors, community and business leaders Monday evening, marked the philanthropic organization’s centennial – 100 years serving the Ocean State. more
As a result of the drought that began on April 1, 2015, the U.S. Small Business Administration said that the deadline to apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loans is July 5 for eligible small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and private nonprofit organizations in Kent, Providence and Washington counties in Rhode Island. more
As Rhode Island’s new RhodeWorks infrastructure improvement program is implemented in the coming months, the anticipated costs of a planned truck-only, toll-financed infrastructure program has generated an important set of questions and concerns about the state’s future business climate. more
Two rehabilitation projects, one in downtown Providence, and another in downtown Pawtucket, have received historic preservation tax credits, according to the R.I. Division of Taxation. more
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