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If you mean business, be open and efficient

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis and the R.I. Economic Development Corporation’s Every Company Counts program have, laudably, begun a new effort to make...

CCRI can train young workers for successful careers

While the merger of Lifespan and Care New England may result in new jobs that could bring prosperity to the residents of South Providence,...

Health literacy challenge met, slowly, by R.I. project

Perhaps you’ve heard the story about the 66-year-old Pennsylvania woman who, whenever she visited her doctor’s office, would tell the office assistant that she’d...
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Editorial Cartoon: Rx for Merck

A doctor - a balding man with a beard and mustache, wearing a white shirt, bow tie and tweedy trousers under his white coat...
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Editorial Cartoon: Sacred Cow meets Crazy Cow

Sacred Cow meets Cash Cow A cow in a business suit, white shirt, striped tie and glasses sits behind the desk in an office with...

Drop plans to refine ethanol at Quonset

Let’s get this out on the table right away: Ethanol produced from corn is not a “green” fuel. In fact, it may be just...

Clean under ramps around downtown

Downtown Providence has looked great since the formation of the Downtown Improvement District, which has invested in beautifying the city and sends out crews...

What matters most for you as a leader?

Providence Business News asks 70 local executives about their top concerns as business leaders, and how their companies address them. What are your ...
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It’s time for Rhode Island to take bold action.

We live in cynical times. We believe principle is rarely part of the process in politics. We question the sincerity of our elected leaders;...

‘V’ is for venality, not for virtue

The latest elected state official to do the perp walk is former House Majority Leader and Corporations Committee Chairman Gerard M. Martineau, who has...
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