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Almost 20 years ago, when Anne Szostak led what was then Fleet Bank Rhode Island, she had the demanding career of an executive and a family that included two children. Over time, she came to view the pursuit of a work-life balance as an … more
When I tell people what I do, I get one of two responses. Either, "That is so inspiring!" Or, "It must be depressing to work with those families." This is addressed to the folks who believe the latter. Alexa (not her real name) is 25 today. … more
Held on the first day of 2017, the sixth annual Frozen Clam Dip and “Obstaplunge,” hosted by Laid-back Fitness, helped raise $10,000 in support of the R.I. Mentoring Partnership. more
Kelly Ramirez sees growth in the number of people who want to create a positive social and economic impact in Rhode Island. The trend works well for the CEO of Providence-based Social Enterprise Greenhouse, an accelerator comprising a … more
When Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. CEO Nigel Travis took the time on Oct. 5 to speak at Johnson & Wales University, he was modeling behavior that the entire business community could learn from. His appointment as a distinguished professor at … more
Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. CEO Nigel Travis has plenty to keep himself busy most days, but still found time to visit Johnson & Wales University Oct. 5 to discuss the company with students. He serves as a distinguished visiting professor in … more
Manufacturer Hope Global of Cumberland has seen revenue grow significantly under the leadership of Cheryl Merchant. But as president and CEO of the 133-year-old company, Merchant doesn't only provide solid management decisions and keep an eye on the … more
Finding your voice was a consistent theme of PBN's first Business Women Awards and Leadership Summit. The event, held May 12, combined the ninth Business Women's Awards program with a panel discussion on how women can advance in the workaday world. … more
Stefanie Taylor, president of Gennaro Inc. in Cranston, started working at the company while attending the Lincoln School in Providence. As a college student, she continued to work summers at the third-generation, family-owned supplier of fashion … more
Back in the 1950s, it was a want ad in the newspaper that launched Jeanne Lieb's father's career in computer programming. He thought that when they were advertising for programmers, they meant radio programming – sending songs and stories over the … more
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