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Like many small-business owners in Rhode Island, I care deeply about my workers and feel responsible for ensuring they have the tools and support they need to achieve their full potential. I want to help them stay healthy – not only … more
The Smaller Business Association of New England and Mass Development are introducing a “Defense Diversification Program,” which they said is an opportunity for defense-dependent businesses to diversify product lines and manufacturing processes. more
(Updated 10 a.m.) Greystone of Lincoln Inc. will receive $460,000 in state tax credits over the next 10 years for creating new jobs that meet the requirements of the state’s Qualified Jobs Incentive Tax. more
(Updated 11:19 a.m.) A key committee of the Providence City Council voted Tuesday to recommend a tax stabilization agreement for real estate and tangible property taxes to help facilitate development of a cement distribution center at the Port of Providence. more
(Updated 3:20 p.m.) Should companies that make some of the most popular toys and cartoons in the U.S. be tracking the online habits of kids under 13 years old? New York’s top cop says no, obviously not. more
Marcel Valois has been named executive director of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Rhode Island. He most recently served as senior adviser at the Rhode Island Commerce Corp. He holds an M.A. in urban and economic geography and … more
(Updated 11:26 a.m.) Acushnet Holdings Corp., the maker of Titleist golf balls and clubs and FootJoy shoes and performance clothing, aims to raise up to $464 million through an initial public offering. more
After a “truly disappointing” second quarter, University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro found the August current conditions index rose to 75 from the revised 67 measured in July, showing the start to a more positive third quarter. more
I had a grant application due last week. It posed the simple question: "What experience has prepared you to carry out your mission?" I felt obliged to answer honestly: absolutely nothing. When I started Edesia, I had none of the required … more
Michael Krause has been appointed vice president of sales at Bradford Soap Works. He joined the company in 2012, bringing his 20 years of experience in supply chain, quality and customer service, previously working at Sensata Technologies, Texas Instruments and Controls Global Business. He holds an associate degree in horticulture from the University of Connecticut more
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