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ROUSSEAU AURELIEN last year launched Second Rotation, which buys or recycles old cell phones, laptops, cameras and other products people no longer use. /

Outdated electronics granted second lives

The outdated cell phone or laptop you have hanging around the house could have a cash value. At the least, it should be recycled....
FROM RIGHT: BankNewport President and CEO Thomas W. Kelly and Assistant Vice President and Bristol Branch Manager Cidalia Rodrigues, Blithewold Mansion Board Chairman Joan Abrams and Mansion Executive Director Karen Binder. /

Bank funds Blithewold Mansion slate-roof project

BankNewport extended a grant in the amount of $15,000 in support of Blithewold Mansion’s $1.2 million slate roof restoration project. Thomas W. Kelly, president...

Boston Beer Co. stock surges on strong profits

BOSTON – Boston Beer Co., the maker of Sam Adams Lager, saw its highest volume of movement ever on the New York Stock Exchange...

New Web site outlines health-reform options

WASHINGTON – The World Health Care Congress, which hosts an annual conference that convenes health care, government and corporate leaders under one roof...
WEBSTER BANK is constructing a new branch that will open this summer in North Kingstown’s Wickford Junction. /

Banks compete in drive for customers

When BankNewport decided to build a branch office in the South County area, the people in charge had a marketing survey done and chose...

Leonard first in N.E. to offer baldness-gene test

CRANSTON – Dr. Robert Leonard, founder and chief surgeon of Leonard Hair Transplant Associates, announced recently that he is the first hair surgeon in...
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Short-selling home may be last, best option

A number of factors have come together during the course of the last year which have resulted in a “perfect storm” in the real...

R.I. company launches novel foam anesthetic

CUMBERLAND – A local pharmaceutical company that specializes in treatments for skin and skin-related disorders has launched what it says is the first and...
JANET CARROLL, of Fielding Manufacturing, uses a check scanner that’s part of The Washington Trust Co.’s remote-deposit service. /

Electronic check depositing catches on

As the employee who handles the customer checks at Fielding Manufacturing in Cranston, Lynne Acquaro felt like she was at the bank all the...
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Mobile tech has business advantages

Dear Dan: I’m considering moving up to a smartphone device of some kind to handle more tasks while I’m out of the office. Are...
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