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RAYTHEON CO. REPORTED net income of $641 million in the third quarter. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/ALASTAIR MILLER

Raytheon boosts forecasts as sales rise across all businesses

NEW YORK - Raytheon Co. raised its 2018 outlook as the defense contractor said international orders and work on classified programs helped it generate higher...

Bird electric scooters buzz back into city

PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza recently hosted a city hall event marking the return of Bird electric scooters to the city, where he...

Five Questions With: Phil Gaynor

Newport’s Siren Marine, a technology company that allows boaters to keep an eye on their craft while not there, just named Phil Gaynor its...

Assembly Magazine nominates Nordson EFD Film-Pak for Product of the Year

EAST PROVIDENCE – Precision fluid-dispensing system manufacturer Nordson EFD had its Film-Pak cartridge for packaging and dispensing two-part fluids nominated for 2018 Product of...

Cox pledges $20M per year to bridge internet-access gap

WEST WARWICK – A Cox Communications survey shows 91 percent of parents agree that low-cost internet service at home helps students get ready to...

Constant Technologies focus of Commercial Integrator cover story

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Constant Technologies is on the cover of this month’s issue of trade publication Commercial Integrator, according to a news release.The company...
THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS Dartmouth and the SouthCoast Development Partnership received a $300,000, three-year investment from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development to develop a "blue economy corridor."

Mass. grants UMassD., SouthCoast Development Partnership $300K for blue economy corridor

DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and the SouthCoast Development Partnership received a $300,000, three-year state investment from the Mass. Executive Office of...
BEING PROACTIVE: Panelists at the 2018 PBN Cybersecurity Summit, held at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Oct. 11, discuss ways companies can prepare for and prevent cyberattacks and hackers. From left: Jeffrey Ziplow, cybersecurity risk assessment partner for BlumShapiro; Francesca Spidalieri, senior fellow for cyber leadership at the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University; and Jason Farmer, senior solution manager for RiskSense.
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Train, anticipate to thwart hackers

Cyberthreats are continuing to grow, despite the significant efforts made over the past year to educate both business sectors and the public about ways...
PLAN AHEAD: PBN 2018 Cybersecurity Summit panelists Cindy Lepore, client executive, business insurance, for Marsh & McClennan Agency, and Larry Selnick, director of treasury and payment solutions at Webster Bank, talk about the importance of having a plan in place to handle data breaches, especially when it comes to loss of finances.
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Develop a ‘playbook’ to curb data breaches

Some of your business’s sensitive data is already compromised and more of it likely will be, as the demand for information gleaned from illicit...

Don’t wait for a hack to fight cyberthreats

Still think you are too busy, or too small, to focus on cyberthreats to your business?Consider this sobering data from Francesca Spidalieri, senior fellow...
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A summit on the topics of diversity and inclusion will be held at the start of the awards program. Attendees will learn from experts during a discussion of best practices. For details, including the list of winners, panelists and ticket information, click below.

Wednesday December 5, 2018

Crowne Plaza, Warwick
8am–11am