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DR. DOUGLAS DEORCHIS said that Miriam's treatment of strokes usually includes the medication tPA, which is a clot-dissolving medicine that is effective when given early, but increasingly dangerous if given late. /

Five Questions With: Dr. Douglas DeOrchis

Stroke is the nation’s leading cause of disability and the third-leading cause of death, with more than 700,000 strokes per year, about 25 percent...
GENERATION Y and Generation X have made up a majority of home sales in the past 12 months, said Len Iannuccilli /

Five Questions With: Len Iannucculli

RE/MAX franchise broker/owner Len Iannuccilli isn’t letting a slumping housing market slow down his sales. He estimates that he and his team of six...
DESPITE AN OFFICE IN NEW YORK, Ananke President John Conway said he is commited to keeping his company in Rhode Island. /

Five Questions With: John Conway

For about a month, computer security experts have been working feverishly to fix a major flaw in the design of the Domain Name Server...

Five Questions With: Garrett B. Hunter

Garrett B. Hunter is president of the Business Development Co. of Rhode Island, a non-bank lender that provides debt and equity financing to help...
I look forward
to taking a
more hands-on approach to shaping and building the business. /

Paterno prepares for greater role at Clarendon

Stacy Paterno has been named senior partner at Clarendon Group. As vice president of public affairs, she will continue to work closely with clients...
DESPITE AN UNFAVORABLE economic picture, NCCVB President Evan Smith said the region’s tourism and hospitality sector is performing “reasonably” well. /

Newport holding its own this summer despite economy

Evan Smith is the president and CEO of Newport County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau. He recently spoke with Providence Business News about the current...
MICHAEL FANTOM, CEO of the Providence Ronald McDonald House, says the 20-year-old facility could see growth within the next five years. /

Ronald McDonald House eyes Providence expansion

Michael Fantom says the mission of the Providence Ronald McDonald House can be boiled down to this: providing a home away from home for...
THOMAS DUCHESNE, director of diagnostic imaging at Newport Hospital, said that patients are becoming increasingly knowledgeable about advances in health care industry /

Five Questions With: Tom Duchesne

Newport Hospital recently opened a new diagnostic imaging facility in Portsmouth to serve residents of northern Newport County and ease some of the pressure...
BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD of Rhode Island's new headquarters, shown here in a rendering, is designed to fit into other Capital Center buildings, including the Waterplace Towers at right. /

Five Questions With: Mark A. Spaulding

With the steelwork for Blue Cross Blue Shield Rhode Island’s $114 million headquarters being built in Providence’s Capital Center, the building’s architect, Symmes Maini...
ACCORDING TO UNICOM PRESIDENT MICHAEL DAVIS, the company has gone from a computer products seller to more of a services firm. /

Five Questions With: Michael Davis

UNICOM Technology Group Inc. is a Woonsocket-based information technology-services firm that provides technology consultation to organizations throughout New England. Last week, the company joined...
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