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THE DOJ has reached a settlement with ChemArt folloing an investigation of a complaint of a discriminatory hiring practice and retaliation. AP FILE PHOTO/J. DAVID AKE

ChemArt settles with DOJ over discrimination and retaliation complaint

PROVIDENCE – The U.S. Department of Justice has reached a settlement with ChemArt Co., a Rhode Island-based manufacturing company, over claims of discrimination and...
In 1994, David R. Marquis, a Bryant University graduate with an MBA in business, started at ChemArt Co. as the operations manager. Since then, he worked his way up to becoming president of the organization in 1999. 
 / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Change is inevitable, so embrace it, learn from it and grow...

David R. Marquis | ChemArt Co. president The world is full of disruptive business technologies. Some people may see them as a threat to our...

Beacon Design by ChemArt | 2018 Harry S. Truman Christmas Ornament

THE STORY: Beacon Design is the decorative and retail division of ChemArt, based out of Lincoln. ChemArt was founded in 1976. Beacon Design makes...
INNOVATIVE ­DESIGN: University of Rhode Island engineering students designed a new scoliosis brace and printed a 1/25-scale model prototype on a 3-D printer. From left, Gabriella Divine, a fifth-year mechanical-engineering and Spanish major from East Greenwich; Chris Viveiros, a mechanical-engineering senior from Attleboro; URI professor Bahram Nassersharif; Dan Cross, a mechanical-engineering senior from Northborough, Mass.; and Thomas Brey, a mechanical-engineering senior from Manville, N.Y. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

URI engineering students design new scoliosis back brace

The most common daily brace worn for scoliosis, the Boston brace, was created in the 1970s and remains a go-to solution for physicians treating...

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