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Medical technology maker Covidien PLC’s board of directors has approved the separation of its Mallinckrodt pharmaceuticals business from the rest of Covidien, the company announced Friday. more
At its April 20 e-waste drive, Bridge Technical Talent collected nearly 4.5 tons of electronic waste, nearly 1.5 more tons than their spring drive last year. more
Cox Communications and its parent company Cox Enterprises Inc. recently celebrated the completed construction of two solar farms in West Warwick and Portsmouth. more
Mobile Internet service provider Mobile Beacon has launched its 4G mobile broadband donation program for educators on DigitalWish.org to help schools provide 24/6 mobile connectivity for teachers and staff. more
InQuest Technologies Inc.’s Gantter was invited by technology powerhouse Google Inc. to participate in this year’s “Developer Sandbox” at Google I/O. more
Swipely – the creator of a platform that helps local merchants accept payments and understand customers – has completed a $12 million Series B round of financing led by Shasta Ventures. more
WOONSOCKET – Summer Infant has introduced upgraded versions of its award-winning Baby Touch digital color video monitor with the Baby Touch 2 and Baby Touch Boost. more
Toray Plastics (America) Inc. on May 2 unveiled new $15 million coating equipment at a ribbon-cutting at its North Kingstown campus. The technology will allow the company to better meet global customer demand for industrial and packaging films made with advanced specialty layers. The investment is part of a technology-integration plan the company, which employs more than 600, expects will create 20 jobs. From left: Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee; Rick Schloesser, president and CEO of Toray Plastics (America); Senate President M.Teresa Paiva Weed and House Speaker Gordon D. Fox. more
A group of human resource executives from five Massachusetts biotechnology companies gathered Tuesday to brainstorm how to better prepare military veterans for jobs in the sector, according to the Boston Business Journal. more
The national Center for Women & Information Technology and its Rhode Island affiliates – Roger Williams University and Tech Collective – have recognized three high school students and one information technology educator with the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. more
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