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Look beyond experience mod when hiring subcontractors

When Los Angeles Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts posted his World Series opening-game lineup, it was remarkably missing his three best hitters, all left-handed batters...

How to tell if corporate tax reform is working

It’s still too early for a definitive verdict on whether last year’s corporate tax reforms have led to an increase in business investment. But...

Ford receives Sandra J. Pattie Distinguished Leadership Award

ELLEN FORD, CEO of People’s Credit Union, was recently recognized with the Sandra J. Pattie Distinguished Leadership Award at the New England Women in...

Crossroads Rhode Island awarded $5M from Bezos Day One Fund to...

KAREN A. SANTILLI is the president and CEO of Crossroads Rhode Island, which recently received a $5 million grant from the Bezos Day One...

Easing conflicts, on a serious tip

We all get angry at work sometimes.Conflicts in the workplace can get out of hand when people stop listening to each other and instead...

R.I.’s winter wonderland weather requires stylish outerwear

It’s safe to say that winter weather has finally arrived in Rhode Island. With a sudden shift from moderate temperatures to downright cold days...

Steady jobs top higher paychecks

One of the anomalies of the current U.S. economy is that workers seem more satisfied with it than economists are. It comes down to...

Key requirements for reporting cloud-computing expenses

The first half of this column that ran last week outlined some of the new standards released by the Financial Accounting Standards Board for...

Taylor to lead FirstWorks board of directors as new president

CATHERINE TERRY TAYLOR, former director of the R.I. Division of Elderly Affairs and former owner of Providence-based communications firm LangTaylor Ltd., was recently named...

We must be able to handle the truth

A minister told his congregation, “For next week’s sermon, I would like everyone to read the 17th chapter of Mark from your Bible. This...
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