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Lead-paint case heading to state Supreme Court

The state’s years-long legal battle with paint manufacturers over the ravages of lead paint is going to continue in the R.I. Supreme Court, just...

Club encourages CEOs to share ideas, experiences

Kip Brockmyre III, president of LFI Inc., recently got ideas about putting together a wellness program to lower health care costs at his company...

Emergency cleanups require expert help

On a day like March 2, when the heavy ice and snow from previous storms are melted by pouring rain, roofs inevitably bust open,...

Amica hires Mass. firm for high-speed wireless

LINCOLN – Amica Mutual Insurance Co. has signed a deal with Intelligent Compression Technologies Inc. of Quincy, Mass., a subsidiary of ViaSat Inc., to...
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Set a policy for the use of e-mail

For almost any business, large or small, e-mail has been a huge boon to efficiency. But improper e-mail usage can create legal liabilities for...

VOIP5000 expects major growth through IK deal

PROVIDENCE – VOIP5000 Inc., a provider of click-to-call services under the Clixme name as well as other VoIP applications for online businesses, said this...

Survey: Customers most loyal to Dunkin’

CANTON, Mass. – Research consultancy Brand Keys Inc. of New York, a customer loyalty specialist, named Dunkin’ Donuts the No. 1 brand in the...
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How Gallo got marketing right<br> and most don’t

Here are five illustrations of sales and marketing stupidity, and one example of how to get it right. Ignorance seems to be bliss. We...

Marketers’ group donates $750 to Jr. Achievement

The American Marketing Association Southeastern New England Chapter this month donated $750 to Junior Achievement of Rhode Island, after raising the money through a...
SENATE MAJORITY LEADER Teresa M. Paiva Weed sponsored the Senate version of the bill, which cleared the Assembly on Thursday. /

Assembly approves bill to encourage<br> giving to R.I. charities

STATE HOUSE – A measure aimed at encouraging part-time residents to give to Rhode Island charities yesterday cleared the General Assembly and headed for...
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