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They used to call him crazy, now they give him awards. That's how Stephen Rosa, president and CEO of the marketing firm (add)ventures, jokingly describes how the marketing and communication industry has evolved during his 26 years in the … more
If a manager sits back and listens, and is deliberative in a meeting in which her colleagues are more forceful with their comments, is she displaying weakness? And if a company values leadership, and wants to promote managers who are … more
Framed artwork adorning the walls at Carmine's Restaurant in New York City represents the kind of work Archives and Ephemera Design specializes in: collages of memorabilia with staying power. Carmine's was one of the first bigger jobs the … more
Trans-Link LLC is a woman-owned transportation brokerage firm that connects truckers with clients shipping everything from fresh produce to dry goods in the United States and Canada. President Carla Manni grew up in the industry, with … more
RANDALL REALTORS HAD GROWN STEADILY across Rhode Island from its beginnings as a home real estate office, co-owner Douglas Randall said — until his partner came along. more
Paul Defruscio jokes that he feels a little bit like the bottle manufacturer who might have supplied Al Capone's bootlegging operations during Prohibition. But instead of making bottles for illegal whisky and rum, it's packaging for medical … more
From a Unitarian Universalist church to a former dog-grooming studio, Arctic Playhouse has emerged with a dream to become West Warwick's center for the arts. The playhouse began as Daydream Theater, operating in the Bell Street Chapel in … more
Two months after Dana and Stephen Shechtman bought Barrington Books, an independent bookstore, in 2008, the Rhode Island economy started its long decline. The Shechtmans analyzed their sales and quickly reached a conclusion: They had to … more
Michael Kapos’ grandfather used to drive the family station wagon door to door selling Table Talk Pies in the 1950s, until one day – in ’53 – he started bringing roasted ground coffee to sell along his route. Eventually coffee would become his livelihood, the livelihood of his son and grandson, and a thriving Pawtucket business. more
Michael Nallen, the co-owner of Oceans of Pets, competes with corporate giant PetSmart, which recently moved within five minutes of his Diamond Hill Road store. more
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