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After 20 years of renting the building where he has his Middletown car dealership, Hyundai of Newport, Paul Mika finally bought the facility for $2 million with financing through a U.S. Small Business Administration loan originated by BankNewport. more
A Northeast college once brought in John V. Carvalho III, president and CEO of Apollo Safety, in the middle of the night after a minor toxic gas leak forced evacuation of a building. more
As a young man, Davide Dukcevich wasn’t interested in making cured and processed pork products as his father and grandfather had and followed his own path into business journalism. But after years profiling companies, Dukcevich decided he could have a greater impact helping run one himself. more
When a company dies, the people, knowledge and equipment it accumulated over its history often scatter across the region or country, leaving little visible trace of its existence. more
Hurricanes, blizzards, tsunamis and volcanoes disrupt travel plans. The globe is dotted with political uprisings. Travelers still have to deal with the standard concerns of canceled flights and sudden illness. more
You’ve heard it many times before: “Knowledge is power.” But is it, really? What good is knowledge if you don’t put it to use? The real power is in execution, argues Brian Moran, CEO of The Execution Co., which works with business leaders and entrepreneurs to improve performance. more
When he founded HealthID Profile Inc., Angelo Pitassi Jr. saw medical-identification bracelets as an underserved niche market within the large and lucrative world of health care products. more
With the exception of a few glitches at the launch last week, the new state-run health exchange, HealthSource RI, is up and running smoothly and public interest has been high. more
Maeve Jopson, co-founder of Increment, speaks during the Nov. 14 Launch Day for Betaspring’s fall 2013 graduating cohort of startups. Jopson and Cynthia Poon, her co-founding partner of the toy-design studio, were part of a new “maker fellow” program. The program is designed to provide mentoring and other resources to companies producing physical products, helping them bring products to market faster. At the end of each 12-week session, Betaspring celebrates the completion of its intensive startup-accelerator season. more
HealthSource RI and the Cranston Chamber of Commerce on Monday announced the creation of a small business hotline to be co-administered by the two organizations. more
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