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O’Shea named partner at tech PR firm SVM

Jennifer O’Shea has been named partner at SVM, an advertising, public relations and marketing communications firm. She will lead the agency’s growing staff...

Trash-to-energy plan is not all <br> positive news for environment

To the Editor: Proponents of waste-to-energy technology across New England would have you believe that the laws of physics don’t apply to them. ...

RIPEC study good for budget talks

As a parting gift to the citizens of Rhode Island before he heads off to run the R.I. Department of Revenue, Gary S. Sasse...

You don’t need crystal balls to see the future

Crystal balls. Don’t you wish you had one when you were preparing for a big sales call? Even more when you were in a...

Rhode Island must have unique economic development ideas

To the editor, A robust economy is essential to providing Rhode Islanders with a superior quality of life. Similarly, a successful economic development strategy is...

Delays not prudent with energy projects

Right now, there is a land rush going on in the renewable-energy industry. The rush, of course, is not for land, but rather for...

One departure creates opportunity

Jack Gold’s departure from the Providence Preservation Society will be a loss to the city and the region. We wish him well. Gold’s work focusing...

Businesses will be more tech-reliant

Dear Dan: We are still in the startup stage, trying to build a business that will be leading edge in tech terms. For long-range...

Put the right player in and your team wins

We recently interviewed 20 corporate leaders who acknowledged that their next failed hire won’t be their first. As C-level executives, corporate recruiters and search...

‘Fair’ and ‘consistent’ not synonymous at the office

Joe Kraus, founder of Web portal Excite.com once said, “Nothing demotivates people like the equal treatment of unequals. When you hire a bozo and...
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