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Clarke Valve CEO Kyle Daniels speaks at Texas innovation forum

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Control-valve manufacturer Clarke Valve presented a talk at the Innovation Agora at CERAWeek in Houston in March. The event is a forum...
TUNI SCHARTNER has been hired as executive director for Venture Cafe Providence. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Five Questions With: Tuni Schartner

The transforming of a historic school building into a co-working and meeting space in Newport is wrapping up, with a May 1 opening on...

Tech Collective hosts diversity in tech design panel April 25

PROVIDENCE ­– Tech Collective is offering free admission to an April 25 session on “Integrating Diversity, Equity & Inclusion into Tech Product Design” at...

Shipt to begin delivering Petco supplies in Providence April 18

PROVIDENCE – Membership-based online marketplace Shipt, which has offered same-day delivery in Providence from Target stores since last year, is adding Petco to its...

Naval War College debuts ‘NWC Talks’ video series

NEWPORT – The U.S. Naval War College has just debuted a YouTube video series highlighting its faculty expertise, entitled “NWC Talks,” the college announced. Each...

State leaders push for broader pension plan transparency

PROVIDENCE – Senate President Dominick J. Ruggerio, D-Providence, and House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi, D-Warwick, have introduced bills to require pension plans managed...

Five Questions With: Mark K. W. Gim

Mark K. W. Gim is responsible for overseeing the strategic planning process and daily operations of key business lines at Westerly-based The Washington Trust...

Better Markets report criticizes megabanks for misdeeds

PROVIDENCE – While CEOs of the nation’s biggest banks appeared before Congress last week in hopes of making a case that regulatory reforms since...

Bank of America commits to supporting ‘low-carbon’ businesses

PROVIDENCE – Bank of America Corp. is committing $300 billion by 2030 to support “low-carbon” businesses through lending, investing, raising capital, advisory services and...

RISLA announces lower student loan rates for upcoming academic year

WARWICK – The Rhode Island Student Loan Authority said its recent issuing of $65 million in bonds achieved the lowest fixed interest rates in...
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