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Twenty-two years ago, Dan Del Bonis opened a restaurant with a partner. When that didn't work out, he and his father sold the slightly used kitchen equipment to other restaurateurs. And a new business was born. Del Bonis, the owner … more
Newport is well-known for its historical and cultural attractions. A museum that showcases rare and distinctive automobiles, ranging from custom-built vehicles of the 1920s to hot rods from the 1970s hopes to join that list. The Audrain … more
Last week the U.S. Small Business Administration announced the winners of its second Growth Accelerator Fund Competition, and for those not steeped in the startup scene in Rhode Island, the organization that took home a prize may be a surprise. … more
Entrepreneurship in a box? That's part of the concept of Truepreneurs, a new limited liability company formed last year in Providence by 23-year-old founder and "chief of progress" Brandon Monti. Truepreneurs sells an educational … more
In 2012, veteran high school teacher Lee Chartier, 59, of South Kingstown, who has degrees in art, history and adult education and experience redesigning her own homes, decided to start her own company. Her business, Inside Style LLC, is an … more
PROVIDENCE – Tech Collective, the state’s industry association for information technology and bioscience, has named its 2014 Tech10 Award recipients. more
Business Innovation Factory founder discusses the summit, now in its 10th year. more
If you want to gain NEW self-confidence, look for OLD information. Old is often new. more
After selling pagers for about three years, Ray Leung started working with the company that would become Wireless Zone in 1996. It’s been a profitable partnership for Cumberland’s Leung. He’s now president of CRMS Inc., which owns 12 Wireless Zone businesses, including four in Rhode Island. At right is Leung, at the Taunton Ave. Wireless Zone store in East Providence, with store manager Brad Lavoie. more
What business owners need to know about changes in health care laws, corporate income and estate tax codes, the potential for a federal Internet tax and a new electronic unemployment claims process will be the focus of the PBN Summit on Government Regulations & Business Nov. 6. more
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