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John Larrabee

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El Salvador is pitched as friendly to U.S. businesses

Companies spooked by negative headlines about Asian manufacturing plants have a safer alternative closer to home, according to Rhode Island business consultant Ana Morgan....
VROOP FOUNDERS, from left, Dale Rheaume, Adam Newman, Andy Galasso and Peter Crawford. /

Wirelessly connecting to the home nine

To Red Sox fans, the Green Monster of Fenway Park is more than a left field wall and scoreboard – it is a symbol...

New flood-zone maps in the works for R.I.

Anyone who grew up in Rhode Island has no doubt heard tales of deluge and disaster. Rising waters have flooded parts of the state...

CCRI program expands to meet demand

For proof the state’s tourism industry is growing, you need look no further than the Community College of Rhode Island, where the travel and...

IlluminOss gets funding for clinical trial testing

When Robert A. Rabiner launched IlluminOss Medical Inc. a little more than a year ago, the company’s staff consisted of himself and a...
A GROUP OF Providence residents tour the former Shooters nightclub near India Point Park. A proposal would rezone the site for public space. /

Public space urged for Providence waterfront

A Providence waterfront property that some see as ripe for development could instead become a stomping ground for joggers, kite flyers and musicians, if...

R.I., Providence partner on redevelopment plan

Business and political leaders are lauding a partnership between the state and City of Providence to redevelop about 19 acres of prime real estate...

Career coach offers unbiased ear on self employment

Over the past eight years, career coach Bob Miller has worked with hundreds of people who are in business for themselves or who are...
CHRISTOPHER F. YOUNG voices his deficit concerns to passers-by in the rotunda of the Statehouse last week, likening Ocean State citizenship to "indentured servitude." /

Tax-expansion plan aired at crowded House hearing

Rhode Island business leaders turned out in force for a Statehouse hearing on a sweeping proposal that would hike the state’s personal income tax...
THE OVERFLOW CROWD of concerned taxpayers crowds the hallway outside the basement hearing room to watch the proceedings via closed-circuit TV. /

Business leaders speak against ‘Fairness Act’

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island business leaders turned out in force for yesterday’s State House hearing on a bill that would hike the state’s...

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