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Purpose is a force that gives life meaning

The neighborhood kids had congregated in the front yard when a fire truck zoomed past. Sitting on the front seat was a Dalmatian dog....

Tax cut winners and losers

President Donald Trump and the Republicans’ tax cut is proving to be vastly more generous for corporate America, and vastly more expensive for taxpayers,...

Business execs optimistic about 2019, but challenged to find professional-level talent

More than 1,200 business executives from all 50 states who recently contributed to a national business trends survey expressed optimism about the business climate...

Marcantano named new chief operating officer of Meeting Street

MARK MARCANTANO was recently hired as the new chief operating officer for Meeting Street. Marcantano has worked in the health care industry for 21...

Hull to again chair black caucus group

REP. RAYMOND A. HULL, D-Providence, was recently re-elected chairman of Region One of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators. The group’s mission is...

Leveraging new PR trends for 2019

Public relations are a proven strategy to help drive awareness and engagement with your business. But with an ever-changing media landscape and the omnipresent...

Achieving goals will help you grow

William Marston, a prominent psychologist, authored a two-year study in which he asked 3,000 individuals the following: “What have you to live for?”What Marston...
HONORED SERVICE: Joe Garlick, third from left, executive director of NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley in Woonsocket, is the recipient of this year’s $50,000 Murray Family Prize for Community Enrichment from the Rhode Island Foundation. Garlick meets with Murray family members, from left, Paula McNamara, Suzanne Murray, (Garlick), Terry Murray, Megan Craigen and Terry Murray Jr., following the award ceremony.
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Garlick awarded Murray Family Prize

JOE GARLICK, executive director of Woonsocket-based nonprofit NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley, was recently awarded the 2018 Murray Family Prize for Community Enrichment from the...

The power of the positive

In my favorite comic strip, “Peanuts” by Charles Schulz, Lucy asks Charlie Brown what day of the week he likes best. For the next...

Coach’s tips on leadership

A new era began at the University of Minnesota when P.J. Fleck was hired as the head football coach. Since he landed in Minnesota...
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2018 Fall Health Care Summit

Tuesday October 30, 2018

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8am–11am