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BROWN UNIVERSITY'S endowment generated a 2.7% investment return in the 2023 fiscal year. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

One year after loss, Brown’s endowment generates 2.7% investment return

PROVIDENCE – One year after its value fell for the first time in a decade, Brown University’s endowment generated a 2.7% investment return over...
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3 ways to better manage your cash flow

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect how companies do business, it’s even more critical for business leaders to have access to accurate cash...
BUILDING UP: Michelle Wilcox, president of Crossroads Rhode Island, managed the growth of the program and housing assets budgets from $5 million to $13.4 million. / PBN PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

Michelle Wilcox, Crossroads Rhode Island president

Leaders & Achievers 2022 MICHELLE WILCOX President, Crossroads Rhode Island NEARLY 30 YEARS into her career at Crossroads Rhode Island, Michelle Wilcox still feels working at...

Staying in the black

How often do you review your business’s financial statements? Weekly: 63% Monthly: 38% Other: 0% Did your company focus on its finances more than usual during the COVID-19...

Tracking COVID-19’s impact

Is your company analyzing data to track the impact of the coronavirus on your business? Yes: 100% No: % What are you hoping to accomplish by using...
Dr. James E. Fanale has served as CEO and president of Care New England since Jan. 1, 2018, when he replaced the retiring Dennis D. Keefe. He’s since focused on rebuilding CNE’s finances, establishing an aggressive strategy for stabilization and growth while leading a team of more than 7,000 staff and clinicians.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Commitment fuels success

Dr. James E. Fanale | Care New England CEO and president Health care is very challenging in the Northeast, even more so here in Rhode...
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