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The power of politeness

A pompous and arrogant customer in an antique shop was making the owner drag out fragile, old pieces and then commenting on their poor...

American consumers feeling more confident than they have in two years

American consumers, fresh off strong holiday spending, are feeling more confident than they have in two years. The Conference Board, a business research group, said...

U.S. inflation rises for the first time in a year to...

WASHINGTON (AP) – Inflation in the United States rose in July after 12 straight months of declines, boosted by costlier housing. But excluding volatile...

Project Management Highly Valued in Life Sciences

Project management is becoming more accepted and better appreciated earlier in the drug discovery and development process and by more companies. It used to...

Weekly U.S. jobless claims rise for the first time in a...

WASHINGTON (AP) — More Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week following three straight weeks of declines. Jobless claims rose by 23,000 to 248,000 for...

Celebrate PBN’s 35 years of business journalism

Be a part of the celebration and elevate your brand. Contact your Account Manager today to learn about the available marketing opportunities in the...

2021 C-Suite Special Section

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Why not try honorary ambassadors?

The late Robert J. Healey Jr. endeared himself to many Rhode Islanders during three unsuccessful runs for lieutenant governor, primarily on a platform of...

Let businesses see how their money helps schools

A recent PBN.com poll asked whether business leaders should heed R.I. Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green’s call to do more to help Providence’s struggling public...
TAKING OVER: R.I. Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green wants to boost partnerships with local businesses to help improve Providence’s beleaguered public schools. Seated next to her is Mayor Jorge O. Elorza. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Take the opportunity with city schools to boost future workforce

Providence public schools will undoubtedly function better and produce better-educated students five years from now, the soonest a planned state takeover will end. But...
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