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If an individual sells an investment property to buy another, there's theoretically no economic gain, thus the U.S. Internal Revenue Service says he or she will not be charged taxes. This little-known facet of the U.S. Internal Revenue … more
The common denominator among clients of New Bedford-based Boutique Fitness Inc. is that they don't typically enjoy the atmosphere of a traditional gym. "Most people don't like to go to the gym or don't like that environment, and it's hard … more
Surviving 104 years in catering, or any industry, is no simple feat. Our success stems from the values my grandfather passed on to my father, then on to me: » Start with only the best product and do not vary. » Bend over … more
This week's cover story tells a tale that every small businessperson dreads: a major customer goes under, leaving you with a bill that amounts to more than 10 percent of your yearly revenue. The company can't pay bills, lines of credit dry … more
1You recently led WBEZ/Chicago Public Media. How do Providence's and Rhode Island's audiences compare? American audiences in every town or city have high aspirations for the public-media institution that serves their community. But no two … more
Pat on the back Do you offer rewards or incentives to your employees? We offer incentives (formal recognition) – 5.3% We offer rewards (informal recognition) – 36.9% We offer both – … more
Rhode Island's economy has sustained its recovery, but it also displays troubling signs of major structural problems as the New England Economic Partnership projects regional trends through 2018. On the positive side, net general sales and … more
In his forecast for Rhode Island's economy, Bryant University economist Edinaldo Tebaldi cuts right to the chase: "Rhode Island's economy has sustained its recovery, but it also displays troubling signs," he said. His report, … more
Even though we know that "telling isn't selling," we can't stop doing it. It's become second nature to tell customers what to think, believe and buy. In a sense it is, since most of us were raised to respect authority, whether it was the … more
Jenna Hashway returned to Roger Williams University School of Law as professor of legal practice and director of the judicial externship program. Among other roles, Hashway has been teaching law of torts and law of contracts at the Community College … more
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