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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

In Their Own Words

HACKER SUPREME: Mitch Altman, right, is best known as the inventor of TV-B-Gone, a $20 electronic keychain device. He’s the artist-in-residence this month at AS220. /

‘Hacker’ Altman takes mystery out of electronics

In the eyes of most people, hackers are bad guys – high-tech outlaws who want to steal our bank account numbers and shut down...

Web-based service helps docs track patient care

It’s been a year since Providence-based LighthouseMD was acquired by Ingenix, a wholly owned subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group with a clientele that includes federal...
I believe
citizens have a more watchful eye than ever before. /

PURVIS names Massed its chief financial officer

Stephen P. Massed has been named chief financial officer at PURVIS Systems Inc. His responsibilities will include all financial strategies for nationwide company expansion....
GREGORY FRITZ said that there is need to make child psychiatry more accesible to people that want to enter the field.  /

Five Questions With: Dr. Gregory Fritz

In Rhode Island and nationwide, children and teens who need mental health services often cannot get them. The problem: a serious and growing shortage...
STACIE MILLS said that the quality of the Stonestreet's developments and the locations are several factors driving demand for the units. /

Five Questions With: Stacie Mills

Stonestreet Corp. LLC last week confirmed the sale of two of its high-end condominiums at the Residences at Brown & Howard Wharf and Marina,...
"IF PEOPLE LEARN how to learn at a young age, they'll have the tools they need to educate themselves, with curiosity as their guide, for their entire lives," said Providence Geeks co-founder Brian Jepson. /

Five Questions With: Brian Jepson

Brian Jepson is a well-known figure in the Rhode Island tech community, particularly for his involvement with the Providence Geeks and AS220, as well...
SEAN MARSH says that while he doesn't view any companies as the "one that got away," but that there are some companies Point Judith Capital passed on that have found success. /

Five Questions With: Sean Marsh

Sean Marsh is a general partner at Point Judith Capital, an early stage venture capital firm based in Providence, and he leads the firm’s...

Five Questions With: John J. Macliver

During 2007, MPM Properties jumped to the seventh-largest Rhode Island-based property management firm – it had been ranked No. 14 in the Providence Business...

Five Questions With: Frank Caprio

PROVIDENCE – Officials from around the country are meeting on Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., for the annual World Pension Forum, a four-day educational conference...
WILLEY SAID THAT Tofias is planning business advice for the possibilities of McCain and Obama presidencies. /

Five Questions With: Grafton ‘Cap’ Willey

Grafton “Cap” Willey is a busy guy. The CPA is the shareholder-in-charge of Tofias PC’s Newport office and a member in the accounting and...
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