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BOSTON – Gov. Deval L. Patrick last week signed into law legislation that will make “targeted investments” in the state’s technology infrastructure in an attempt to increase access to broadband for underserved areas. more
If businesses needed a reminder of the growing prominence of supply-chain management in the e-commerce era, the image of Amazon drones delivering orders on network television this year likely provided it. more
CVS Health has signed a lease for a new Digital Innovation Lab at 116 Huntington Avenue in Boston. more
New president of New England Construction talks about his vision for the company. more
PSMJ Resources Inc., a management consulting firm for the architect, engineer and contracting industries, has selected Wright-Pierce to receive a 2014 Circle of Excellence award, the ninth consecutive year the environmental engineering firm has received the designation. more
New England Institute of Technology has added high-tech industry systems to its engineering department equipment inventory to provide improved hands-on training to students in the college’s civil engineering and mechanical engineering technologies programs. more
Entrepreneurs are invited to apply to present at the annual “Piranha Pond” event hosted by the Southern New England Entrepreneurs Forum, to be held Thursday, Sept. 11, at the Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center in Fall River. The deadline for applications is Sept. 1. more
Tech Collective, Rhode Island’s IT and bioscience industry association, is calling for employers to host and/or hire IT candidates participating in the organization’s “IT On Demand” training program in the areas of software development, C-sharp and visual studio. more
Media General announced Wednesday that it has entered into definitive agreements to sell several of its assets – including WJAR-TV NBC 10 – to meet the regulatory requirements of its merger with Providence-based LIN Media, the parent of WPRI-TV 12. more
After reportedly being valued at $3 billion by Facebook and then at $10 billion by Alibaba – neither deal actually happened – the ephemeral messaging service Snapchat is finally getting a revenue stream. After deliberating for more than a year on how to make money, its solution is the most unoriginal imaginable: advertising. more
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