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INSTITUTIONAL EXCELLENCE: Denice Spero, research professor and co-director of URI’s iCubed, was recognized as the Industry Leader in the Technical Services category of the 2011 Business Women awards program. / PBN FILE PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN

PBN programs’ success punctuates good year

For the first time, in this 2012 Book of Lists, Providence Business News tallied the organizations that won honors throughout the year in PBN...
A TIME TO CELEBRATE: Winning companies in the Best Places To Work competition often send large contingents to the awards ceremony, which is a 500-person party, complete with rock music-scored videos and a suspenseful unveiling of the top companies in each of the size categories. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Engaging, celebrating a community

Providence Business News began its awards programs 11 years ago with the Business Excellence Awards because “we wanted to get to know our audience;...
MAKES SENSE: From left: netsense Web-project Manager Doug Wilson, Web-presence professionals Jessica Weaver and Norbert Mendonla, Internet-marketing consultant Ed Kedzierski and Web-presence professionals Karen Orsi and Storm Gordin. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Online reputation key to sales

Think of the last time you needed to buy something – a cellphone, a laptop or camera. Did you Google it? Probably. What about...
"THERE ARE many qualified entry-level professionals in the state, but there is a disconnect with how employers try to access these candidates," said Pat Blakemore, NEIT Director of Career Services Pat Blakemore. / COURTESY NEIT

Five Questions With: Pat Blakemore

On March 3, the New England Institute of Technology held a job fair with 75 employers. The event aimed to connect current students and...

Cyclo Industries provides 6 scholarships

WARWICK – Cyclo Industries will provide six $1,000 scholarships to New England Institute of Technology students.Cyclo, based in Jupiter, Fla., sells cleaners, lubricants, additives,...

Biomedical Structures boasts improved manufacturing

WARWICK – Biomedical Structures LLC, developer of biomedical textiles for medical devices and other advanced clinical applications, announced March 6 that it was new...

Cox launches fee-based support service

ATLANTA – Cox Communications launched a new, fee-based technical support service for personal computer users on March 7.The Cox Tech Solutions service can help...
THIS SURVEY, IT Hiring Index and Skills Report, was based on 1,400 interviews with CIOs from companies with more than 100 employees.

CIOs: Staff levels to stay level

MENLO PARK, Calif. – Most chief information officers plan to maintain their current staff levels in the second quarter, a Robert Half Technology...

Gtech full-year revenue up slightly

PROVIDENCE – Gtech, a subsidiary of Italy-based Lottomatica, saw its full-year revenue increase 1.8 percent to 857.4 million euros, or about $1.14 billion, in...

Kopin profit tumbles

TAUNTON – Kopin Corp. said Wednesday that its full-year net income dropped to $3.6 million in 2011 from $8.9 million in 2010.Earnings per diluted...
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