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When Ava Anderson was 14 years old she became highly concerned with the listed ingredients she found in her personal-care products. more
As the business of environmental assessment and remediation has changed over the past 30 years, Resource Controls has evolved as well, becoming more involved in solving problems that can make site development difficult. more
New England Farm and Artist is part crafts store, part local organic-produce outlet and part art gallery – and it’s on the move, literally. more
Peter Pritsker, the founder and owner of the Providence Diamond Co., says consistency in quality is what has helped the jewelry store thrive for more than two decades. more
It’s no accident that most cardboard cereal boxes lined up on the shelf in your supermarket are exactly the same size and shape, their edges trimmed to the millimeter. more
A planned expansion to Providence this fall for the O’Neill Consulting Group is an outgrowth of the executive search firm’s success in producing results for its clients, says Kevin R. O’Neill, president and CEO. more
There are businesses, even in the 21st-century United States, built on the sales of bound volumes of printed paper from shelves in old-fashioned, bricks-and-mortar shops. more
When John Wood and his wife, Alexandra “Aly” Marks-Wood, bought property in Portsmouth, built a new 3,000-square-foot building and bought equipment to launch The Green Grocer, they had no way of knowing their new business would face the layers of challenges added by the financial crisis that became known as the Great Recession. more
Although Henry C. Hodge began his information technology career as a defense contractor in the Washington, D.C., area, his technical expertise led him to work in many segments of business and industry. more
Put those sock and sandal combinations away, Providence. Fashion week is almost upon us. more
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