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Despite risks, cyber insurance finding few takers

The Internet age has spawned a new type of criminal, hackers that can introduce viruses, malware or conduct simple theft. If you think it...
NEW WAVE: Hall Spars & Rigging of Bristol, best known for its work with sailing components, created the turbine blades for the nation’s first underwater commercial generator. / PHOTO COURTESY HALL SPARS & RIGGING/MARY HUNT

Bristol firm’s turbines spinning underwater

A new power-producing technology, the first of its kind in North America, is up and running off the coast of Maine at the Canadian...

Five Questions With: Dave Porter

Dave Porter is owner and managing partner of Baystate Financial Services, which owns Oceanstate Financial Services in East Providence. Baystate is one of Massachusetts’...

Washington Trust finances medical office purchase

WESTERLY – The Washington Trust Co.’s commercial-lending group last week the financial institution announced that it has provided financing to The Kent Center, a...

Rockland, Stonehill to hold seminars for nonprofits

EASTON, Mass. – Rockland Trust and the Stonehill College Center for Nonprofit Management are teaming up once again to present their BreakFACTS workshop series...

SEED lending increases by 20 percent from ’11

TAUNTON – According to the South Eastern Economic Development Corp., its lending to small businesses increased 20 percent in its last fiscal year, which...

Seminar for holiday social media marketing

PROVIDENCE – With the holidays fast approaching, small business need to adapt their use of the Internet to capture a larger audience. Social Media...
FLOOD ZONE: A trailer park on Matunuck Beach Road in South Kingstown was hard hit by the effects of Hurricane Sandy last month. / PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD

Storm-damage coverage depends on fine print

If there’s one thing Rhode Islanders should be familiar with by now, it’s the fine print on their homeowner-insurance policy. For the last three...

Some signs of life in emerging knowledge economy

It’s a message that’s been stated repeatedly in an effort to drive Rhode Island’s – and the nation’s – economic recovery: a knowledge-based economy,...
A JEWEL: Michael S. Duffy, president of Time Plating in Cranston, left, and employee Victor Espinal inspect necklaces being treated with a protective covering at the company. The business has been in Duffy’s family since the late 1980s. He purchased it in 2009. / PBN PHOTO/DAVID LEVESQUE

Firm keeping jewelry legacy alive

For years, electroplating and jewelry manufacturing were the bread and butter of Providence’s industrial base. Along with textiles, they were the main source of...
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