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Diane C. Fournaris in July was named state director for the R.I. Small Business Development Center at the University of Rhode Island. She previously served as associate state director of the program. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

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Diane C. Fournaris | R.I. Small Business Development Center state director Like the small-business owners we counsel, the R.I. Small Business Development Center prepared as...
Lisa Ranglin

Magaziner honors Rhode Island Black Business Association

LISA RANGLIN is president of the Rhode Island Black Business Association, a Providence-based nonprofit that advances business opportunities of Black-owned and minority businesses in...

City zoning board denies exemption for Providence asphalt company’s waterfront operations

PROVIDENCE – City zoning regulators were unconvinced that allowing a Providence asphalt company to continue illegal use of a section of city waterfront along...

City zoning board to decide if asphalt paving company can continue...

PROVIDENCE – You don’t need waterfront access to make asphalt. Yet for the last three years, a Providence paving contractor has rented a section of...

State energy regulators to begin final review of cable burial plans...

WARWICK – Developers of the Revolution Wind Farm are seeking to avoid the problems with undersea cables resurfacing that plagued Block Island. Unlike on Block...

SENEDIA to award $2M to regional employers for submarine workforce training...

MIDDLETOWN – The Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance will award $2 million in training reimbursement subsidies for area employers that train workers in...

RIBBA, URI kick off leadership program for BIPOC professionals

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Black Business Association and University of Rhode Island will next week kick off a program designed to advance senior...

CME Corp. inks deal to sell products to 65 U.S. hospital...

WARWICK – Health care equipment distributor CME Corp. has signed a three-year agreement with Vizient Inc. to provide equipment, logistics and technical services to...

Focus on e-commerce fuels growth at ParsonsKellogg

PBN 2021 Fastest Growing Companies Awards $25 million - $75 million: 5. ParsonsKellogg LLC CEO (or equivalent): Thomas Kellogg III, president 2020 Revenue: $67.5 million 2018 Revenue: $49.8...

Gilbane Building Co.

THE STORY: Gilbane Building Co. was founded in 1870 by two forward-thinking and entrepreneurial brothers as a small carpentry firm constructing custom homes in...

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