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A GOOD BET? TWIN RIVER WORLDWIDE HOLDINGS is challenging the contract that Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and the General Assembly reached with International Game Technology that ties the company and 1,100 jobs to Rhode Island until 2043 while providing the technology that is used by all channels of gaming overseen by the R.I. Lottery. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

Is the 20-year extension of IGT’s contract to provide technology to...

When Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and leaders of the General Assembly announced a proposal to extend International Game Technology PLC’s contract to provide technology...

Five Questions With: Jim Conway

Jim Conway, owner of Conway Commercial Group, launched his own commercial brokerage earlier this year, after several years of operation under the William Raveis...

Five Questions With: Daniel Dwight

Daniel Dwight, CEO and president of Pawtucket’s Cooley Group, is now on the Manufacturing Leadership Council’s board of governors. It’s a network of industry...

Five Questions With: Donna Dailey

Donna Dailey is Bank of America Corp.’s senior vice president for consumer banking in the Greater Providence market. She oversees the bank’s nine local...

Five Questions With: David DeJesus

David DeJesus began his new role as director of Salve Regina University’s Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education’s program in health care administration...

Five Questions With: Michael Fein

Michael Fein has been appointed dean of Johnson & Wales University’s John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences at the Providence campus. He...
Jim Wilkinson has been in the lawn fertilization business for almost 50 years, but it wasn’t always easy to make ends meet, especially when he started out as a teacher of golf course management at the college level. After working in the corporate world, he decided to create SeaScape nearly 25 years ago. It now has more than 10,000 customers in southern New England. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Investing in people yields the biggest returns

Jim Wilkinson | SeaScape Inc. founder and presidentBelieve it or not, lawn technicians aren’t usually known as the biggest power players in the room....
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5Q: Michelle Cruz

Michelle Cruz | Director of community engagement, Trinity Repertory Company1. What is your role? I will … build relationships throughout our community with events...
OPPORTUNITY LOST? The decision by the U.S. Department of the Interior to extend an environmental review of the Vineyard Wind project puts the potential construction of the Revolution Wind wind energy farm in jeopardy. Here, the demonstration project Block Island Wind Farm. 
 / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/ERIC THAYER

Delayed review of wind energy project won’t stall rising temps

Two stories within the last two weeks have not contained good news for the Ocean State.Most recently, The Washington Post crunched the numbers and...

Women’s Transportation Seminar names Pare Corp. 2019 Employer of the Year

AMY ARCHER is an engineer at Lincoln-based engineering firm Pare Corp., which was recently awarded the 2019 Employer of the Year Award from the...
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