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GETTING THEM STARTED: Christopher D. Graham, co-managing partner of Locke Lord LLP’s Providence office, offers counseling to startup businesses in capital formation, representing emerging companies and private equity investors in different rounds of equity financing, among other services. 
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Christopher D. Graham, Locke Lord LLP Providence office co-managing partner

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Christopher D. Graham Locke Lord LLP Providence office co-managing partner PROVIDING LEGAL REPRESENTATION to many over the years has been rewarding...

PBN honors 2023 Leaders & Achievers

WARWICK – Twenty-seven local industry leaders on Wednesday were formally recognized for their leadership efforts across various sectors in Providence Business News’ 2023 Leaders...

PBN unveils 2023 Leaders & Achievers

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News has named 27 honorees for its 2023 Leaders & Achievers Awards program. The individuals were selected for this year’s program...
A JOINT REPORT created by a Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce education subcommittee outlines recommendations on how to improve partnerships between local colleges and the Providence Public School District on building a teacher pipeline for the district.

New report offers recommendations on improving teacher pipeline between local colleges,...

PROVIDENCE – As a call to action, members of a Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce education subcommittee produced a series of recommendations on how...
HELP WANTED: R.I. Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green, pictured speaking at a Rhode Island Kids Count event in January, has asked for assistance from the business community to improve Providence’s struggling schools. 
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Where are businesses in helping city schools?

Not long after the Providence Public School District was taken over by the state in 2019 to turn around the state’s largest – and...
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No reason to halt growth of charter schools in R.I.

Improving our K-12 public schools to a level approaching and hopefully surpassing those of Massachusetts and other states consistently recognized for educational excellence is...
SEEKING INVESTMENT: Inclusion in the nationwide Opportunity Zone program could mean an influx of new investment and development for regions of the state deemed low-income census tracts. Each of the 25 Rhode Island tracts, the maximum nominations allowed by each state, has a greater-than-27 percent poverty rate. Investors in the program – who could fund everything from startups and business expansions to real estate deals – will be eligible for tax benefits. / SOURCE: R.I. COMMERCE CORP.

New Opportunity Zone program could help banks meet CRA requirements

Included in the 2017 $1.5 trillion federal tax overhaul heralded by President Donald Trump and passed by Congressional Republicans was the Opportunity Zone program. Encouraging...
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Uniform Bar Exam has pros and cons for R.I.

Recent adoption of the Uniform Bar Exam in Rhode Island has pros and cons for the local legal profession, say educators and partners at...
POSITIVE VIBES: According to results from the Providence Business News Summer 2017 Business Survey, local business owners are optimistic about the future of their businesses and the statewide economy, despite ongoing concerns about finding qualified workers and managing rising health care costs.  / PBN GRAPHIC/ANNE EWING & LISA LAGRECA

Strong quarterly results help fuel R.I. business owners’ faith in local...

Optimism reigns among Rhode Island business owners about the future for their businesses and the statewide economy, despite ongoing concerns about finding qualified workers...
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