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Zimmerman’s instincts help propel Farsounder

Cheryl Zimmerman’s approach to business is to listen to customers and follow her instincts. Doing so has led her to open new markets for...
FRIENDS AND PARTNERS Amanda Simoneau, left, and Kim Silva have had their hands full since taking over Porino’s Gourmet Foods. /

Two friends set out to save an R.I. original

When Kim Silva and Amanda Simoneau purchased Porino’s Gourmet Foods three months ago, they had more than a fair amount of work to do. The...

Spa Vuré owner spreads love to her clients

Being the boss at 25 does not affect Vuré Kpea’s ability to lead a luxury medical spa company with four locations in the state,...

10 journalists named to attend Metcalf workshop

NARRAGANSETT – The Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting has announced the winners of 2008 fellowships for the Annual Workshop for Journalists, slated...
CHANNEVY ‘LILLY’ MEN opened her salon, Angel Nails, on the East Side last year after working for someone else for six years. /

Southeast Asians keep low profile in business

When Channevy “Lilly” Men moved to Rhode Island from Cambodia in 1996, she didn’t have much of a choice in how she could make...

R.I. film fest receives N.E. Emmy nomination

PROVIDENCE – For the third time, the Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIFF) has been nominated for a New England Emmy Award for the...

Angelo’s Civita Farnese is U.S. family business of year

PROVIDENCE – Angelo’s Civita Farnese on Atwells Avenue in Providence is the longest-operating family-owned restaurant in Rhode Island, a fact that was recognized today...

SEED wins SBA honors

TAUNTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration has presented a “2008 SBA Excellence in Lending Award” to the South Eastern Economic Development Corporation.Jim McEvoy,...

Ferraro avoids controversy <br>in Women’s Summit keynote

SMITHFIELD – Geraldine Ferraro, the former New York congresswoman who ran for vice president 24 years ago, brought media attention to the Women’s...

On-air shakeup yielding results

Loyal viewers of WLNE/ABC 6 might have been surprised in recent months to see former Providence Mayor Vincent “Buddy” Cianci giving his inimitable take...
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