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Restoration of American manufacturing has occupied a prominent space in President Donald Trump's speeches, commentary and tweets. But a mixed message was conveyed by the new president when he released a broad overview of his 2018 budget … more
In 2016, businesses and consumers encountered some of the largest computer breaches and attacks on record. These include the 2014 breach at Yahoo! with the hacking of 500 million user accounts, the proliferation of ransomware hitting nearly half of … more
Rhode Island is rich in economic history. Samuel Slater, dubbed "father of the American Industrial Revolution" by Andrew Jackson, erected his first mill in Pawtucket. A hundred years later the robber barons transformed the oceanside city of Newport … more
"I'm a big believer that everybody can be a leader. Leadership is not anointed … it's opportunistic," said Neil D. Steinberg, Rhode Island Foundation president and CEO. "People are leaders because they want to help … we need everybody engaged … more
On April 25, then-presidential candidate Donald J. Trump stood before a throng of supporters at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. He smiled and nodded as the crowd chanted his name. "We're going to bring jobs back to the country … more
Shipbuilding, a historical occupation in Rhode Island, will need hundreds of new workers in the next decade, starting this year. For the state, finding and preparing the needed employees represents a significant challenge. General Dynamics … more
WARWICK – General Dynamics Electric Boat this year plans to hire at least 2,000 people to build U.S. Navy-commissioned submarines, including 650 more at Quonset Point in North Kingstown. President Jeffrey S. Geiger said the defense … more
General Dynamics Electric Boat this year plans to hire at least 2,000 people to build U.S. Navy-commissioned submarines, including 650 more at Quonset Point. more
The Rhode Island Business Group on Health, a nonprofit membership organization that represents Rhode Island businesses on health issues, is sponsoring a Jan. 20 diabetes prevention summit, “Sugar Rush: The Not So Sweet Truth About How Much Diabetes Costs Rhode Island Businesses.” more
Stefan Pryor has reached his second anniversary as Rhode Island's first commerce secretary, a role that puts him at the intersection of job creation, business and housing development. more
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