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Five Questions With: Ed Huttenhower

Ed Huttenhower has been state director for the Rhode Island Small Business Development Center at the University of Rhode Island since September 2015. In...

Baxter named new chair of Roger Williams University board of trustees

TIM BAXTER, president and CEO of Samsung Electronics North America, was recently named the new chairperson for the Roger Williams University board of trustees....

Five Questions With: Kenneth J. Filarski

Kenneth J. Filarski, a Providence-based architect, recently was named a 2018 LEED Fellow by Green Business Certification Inc. Filarski is founder and principal of...

Five Questions With: Scott Murphy

Technology is used in ways we don’t always think about. For Dunkin’ Donuts, it’s helped its franchises keep up with better espresso-bean extraction and...

Five Questions With: Brenda Kerr

Brockton, Mass.-based HarborOne Bank recently announced it has named Brenda Kerr as senior vice president of its retail division. With $3.7 billion in assets,...

Five Questions With: Dr. Robert Patterson

Dr. Robert Patterson, a vascular surgeon affiliated with The Miriam Hospital and a clinical professor of surgery at the Warren Alpert Medical School of...

Five Questions With: Timothy Shea

Timothy Shea is an associate professor of management information systems at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Before turning to teaching, he worked in the...

Brown receives Vanguard of the Arts award

SHERILYN BROWN, former education director for the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, recently received the Beacon Charter School’s 2018 Vanguard of the...

Five Questions With: Renee Lancia

The new Homewood Suites by Hilton Providence Downtown hotel is expected to open early in 2019, with 120 suites for travelers. Renee Lancia, the...

Five Questions With: Molly Donohue Magee

The Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance pre-releases technical topics on Nov. 29, ahead of its Dec. 3 Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology...
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