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Inclusion needed for minority business

It is not surprising that white-owned businesses earn more than those owned by minorities, but the size of the gap found by a U.S....
UNITED WAY of Rhode Island President and CEO Anthony Maione and BankNewport Vice President and COO Sandra Pattie. /

United Way gets $69k from BankNewport

BankNewport has made a corporate match donation of $69,043 to the United Way of Rhode Island Community Impact Fund to help support programs for...
LILLIAN MCGEE, from Verizon, spends time with students from West Warwick?s Deering Middle School during their Trixie?s Fund-sponsored field trip to the Roger Williams Park Zoo. /

Verizon donates $10K to zoo’s Trixie’s Fund

Roger Williams Park Zoo received a $10,000 donation from Verizon for Trixie’s Fund, a field trip grant program that enables school children in Rhode...

CVS/Caremark donates $2.5M to health institute

WOONSOCKET – The CVS/Caremark Charitable Trust last week announced plans for a five-year $2.5 million grant to the Rhode Island Quality Institute. The institute...
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Small businesses: Bid now on federal jobs

There’s never been a better time for small businesses looking to sell products and services to the federal government. A backlash over the federal...
THE MIRIAM team shared its expertise but also learned plenty at Ha' Emek Medical Center. Above, from left, Carolyn Moalem and Larry Rich, of Ha'Emek; Jessica and Jeffrey Brier from Miriam; Dr. David Almog of Ha'Emek; Miriam's Dr. Gary Bubly and Lisa Baumhover; Ha'Emek CEO Dr. Orna Blondheim; Miriam's Michele Azevedo and Dr. David Boslough; and Ha'Emek's Mary Azriel and Dr. Tuvia Tiosano. /

Miriam team finds plenty to teach, learn in Israel

During a recent trip to the Ha’ Emek Medical Center in Israel, Dr. Gary Bubly and other staff members from The Miriam Hospital saw...
ROBERT T. GORMLEY is retiring in July from Citizens Financial Group, but he will continue to serve as a consultant for the company and to work with The Providence Foundation and RIPEC. 'I'm optimistic that Providence and Rhode Island can continue to flourish.' /

Citizens exec says he’s ready to retire<br> after 37 years in...

When Robert T. Gormley joined Citizens Bank in 1993, the company had $5 billion in assets and was a distant second to Fleet Bank...
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Providence Place teaming up<br> with Habitat Providence

PROVIDENCE – Providence Place mall today announced it is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity of R.I.-Greater Providence Inc. to raise resources and awareness....

CrossroadsRI honors Cicilline, Shawcross

PROVIDENCE – Mayor David N. Cicilline and Noreen Shawcross of the R.I. Office of Housing & Community Development were among those honored at Crossroads...
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RINLA establishes scholarship at URI

KINGSTON – The University of Rhode Island has received a $100,000 endowment from a longtime supporter, the Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association, to...
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