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Southcoast Health adopts mobile app to improve surgical patient care

NEW BEDFORD – Southcoast Health is using the Trusted Patient Coach mobile app developed by Health Helm to help patients recovering from surgery after...
MARIOTT IS INVESTIGATING a hack that may affect 500 million guests. Part of the hack includes the potential theft of 327 million guests' data, including passport numbers, emails and mailing addresses, as well as credit card numbers and expiration dates. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/PATRICK T FALLON

Marriott hit by Starwood hack that ranks among biggest ever

NEW YORK - Marriott International Inc. said it’s investigating a hack of the guest reservation database at its Starwood unit that may be one...
CHARITABLE GIVING: Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, left, meets with William F. Hatfield, center, market president in Rhode Island, and Trevor Koenig, communications executive, at the bank’s customer call center in East Providence. In addition to its customers, employees and shareholders, Moynihan said the bank has an obligation to its communities. He says the bank contributed about $200 million in charitable giving this year.  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY


Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says a ‘high-tech and high-touch’...

When Brian Moynihan became CEO of Bank of America Corp. after Ken Lewis stepped down in 2010, he took the helm in a period...
SERVICE SHIFT: William F. Hatfield, Bank of America’s market president in Rhode Island, said financial centers have become less a destination for a transaction and more a place for advice and a conversation.
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Technology turns BofA branches into ‘financial centers’

William F. Hatfield, Bank of America Corp.’s market president in Rhode Island, discusses the bank’s local growth and ways it can help spur development...
IMMUNOLOGY ADVANCES: Dr. Anne S. De Groot, CEO, and William Martin, chief operating and information officer, co-founded biotech company EpiVax, which has made advances in computational immunology – a branch of medicine covering the human immune system – genomics and vaccine design.
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EpiVax on cutting edge of research

EpiVax Inc.’s motto is “science without fear.”From its new headquarters in the Rising Sun Mills complex, a former wool mill in Olneyville, the privately...

FASB releases new accounting standards for reporting cloud-computing expenses

If your company has joined the growing trend of cloud computing or is thinking about it, you need to know about the new accounting...

Romaine scare is … reassuring

Is nothing safe anymore, now that the U.S. government is warning of the danger of leafy greens? The alert not to eat romaine lettuce...

Marshall named new chief marketing officer at Siren Marine

NEWPORT – Siren Marine has hired Stephen Marshall as its new chief marketing officer, the marine-technology company announced.Marshall, associate professor and chair of the...

Five Questions With: Scott Murphy

Technology is used in ways we don’t always think about. For Dunkin’ Donuts, it’s helped its franchises keep up with better espresso-bean extraction and...

Industry day highlights alliance between UTIC and NUWC

MIDDLETOWN – The Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium, along with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, had its first formal industry day on Oct....
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