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An ecosystem that has made ‘amazing turnaround’

Mike Rowan, the vice president of research and development service at Boulder, Colo.-based email delivery service SendGrid, is also the head of the Providence-based...
SURVIVE AND THRIVE: Kopin President and CEO John C. C. Fan with one of the company’s wearable-technology prototypes. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL PERSSON

Pivot or perish in changing markets

The pressure is always on for businesses to adapt to become successful, but in the technology industry, where innovation thrives, companies must work extra...

Five Questions With: Carol M. Giuriceo

Carol M. Giuriceo is the new director of the Rhode Island STEM Center at Rhode Island College. Upon announcing her as the new director,...

Five Questions With: Renee Hobbs

Renee Hobbs is a professor and founding director of the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island. Considered one...

July Geek Dinner to feature ShutterCal

PROVIDENCE – For its last meetup of the summer, Providence Geeks is hosting ShutterCal, an alumnus of the Betaspring startup accelerator. Geek Dinner organizer...
"The biggest challenge is keeping up with all of the new devices that students bring to campus." / COURTESY DAVID PORTER

Five Questions With: David Porter

David Porter is the director of Media & Technology Services at the University of Rhode Island. In this role, he is responsible for the...
"We have very talented members and the networking opportunities have been very helpful to smaller nonprofits. You can always get unbiased advice at Tech Club." / COURTESY THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Five Questions With: Kathleen Malin

Kathleen Malin is vice president for technology and operations management at Rhode Island Foundation. She is responsible for all aspects of technology at the...

Tax Foundation: R.I. wireless <br> taxes are 6th highest in U.S.

WASHINGTON – Rhode Island has the sixth highest taxes and fees for wireless service, according to the Tax Foundation, which released a map on...
BRIGHT IDEA: From left, Beaumont Solar project manager Scott Milnes, President and CEO Phil Cavallo and master electrician Ed Murphy work on a rooftop project. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

The gaining popularity of solar power in R.I.

As the threat of climate change continues to garner attention on the regional, national and international levels, and energy costs continue to rise, municipalities,...
DARLENE FOLAN, vice president of quality at the Rhode Island Blood Center, worked her way up from technologist at the institution. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND BLOOD CENTER

Five Questions With: Darlene Folan

Darlene Folan is the vice president for quality at the Rhode Island Blood Center. She began her Blood Center career in 1983 as a...

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