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Inflation hovers over holiday season shoppers

NEW YORK (AP) – Shoppers returned to familiar holiday shopping patterns but were weighed down by inflation this Black Friday after two seasons marked...

Lifespan opens new clinical trial site in collaboration with TriSalus

PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Corp. is activating a new clinical trial site at Rhode Island Hospital in collaboration with TriSalus Life Sciences, an oncology therapeutics...
ON THE MEND: Anna Rezk, a Warren Alpert Medical School student, checks the casting work of a youngster who was assigned to treat a teddy bear with a broken arm at the Black Men in White Coats youth summit at the Brown University medical school in October. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Opening a Pathway: Slate of programs exposing young people of color...

In medical school, Emmanuel Asiedu was one of the very few students of color in a sea of white students. That did not change...

Fidelity: Retirement account balances drop for third straight quarter, but savers...

PROVIDENCE – The stock market might be taking investors on a rollercoaster ride, but retirement savers aren’t getting sucked in. Retirement savings rates held steady...
MAN AND MACHINE: Joseph Matthews, president of Maxson Automatic Machinery Co. in Westerly, explains the features of a sheeter, a piece of precision manufacturing equipment that Maxson produces for other companies. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

A CUT ABOVE: Maxson’s precision machines keep other manufacturers in business

(Editor’s note: This is the third installment in a monthly series highlighting some of the region’s unsung manufacturers that make products essential to the...
Rhode Island native Harold M. Horvat joined West Warwick-based Centreville Bank in 2014, becoming chairman, CEO and president in 2019.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Building community

Harold M. Horvat | Centreville Bank chairman, CEO and president Almost 195 years after our founding, Centreville Bank continues to feel a personal responsibility to serve...

Need cyber insurance? It’s not an easy answer

Though cybercrimes have long been on the rise, many small-business owners see their risk as outweighed by the high price tag that comes along...
Mark J. Meiklejohn / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Five Questions With: Mark J. Meiklejohn

Mark J. Meiklejohn | Chief credit officer, Brookline Bancorp Inc.Former CEO and president, Bank Rhode Island 1. How did your banking experience, including for the former...
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Hope & Main making food Providence’s business

Lisa Raiola, founder and president of food business incubator Hope & Main in Warren, shared insights from her years of bringing amateur cooks through...
FULFILLED FARMER: Christopher Clegg, a fifth-generation co-owner of his family’s Four Town Farm in Seekonk, used to dream of being an architect until he decided to step up to continue running the family business, a job he now relishes and is passionate about. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Farming has grown to be his passion

Christopher Clegg has the title of co-owner for his family farm, but the real boss is Mother Nature. With deluges and dry spells, heat and...
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