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Environmental group files lawsuit against Kenyon Industries

RICHMOND – An environmental nonprofit has filed a lawsuit against Kenyon Industries Inc., alleging that the textile manufacturer has violated the Clean Water Act...
Craig Pickell has been the principal and CEO of Bullard Abrasives for more than 20 years. Bullard Abrasives was founded in 1927 in Westborough, Mass., and relocated to Lincoln, R.I., in 2006. Marvel Abrasives Products of Chicago was acquired in 2014 and relocated to Lincoln in 2017.  / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

To motivate, inspire

Craig A. Pickell | Bullard Abrasives, Inc. and Marvel Abrasive Products LLC CEO and president; Rhode Island Manufacturers Association chairman MOTIVATION! One of my most compelling...
THE LAW OFFICES of Ronald C. Markoff, located at 144 Medway St. in the Providence neighborhood of Wayland Square, was recently acquired by downtown legal firm Roberts, Carroll, Feldstein & Peirce for an undisclosed price. / COURTESY GOOGLE MAPS

Providence law firm Roberts, Carroll, Feldstein & Peirce makes first acquisition

PROVIDENCE – A downtown Providence law firm announced on Wednesday that it made its first business acquisition since it was founded 50 years ago. Roberts,...

Citizens to acquire N.Y. investment bank

PROVIDENCE – Citizens Financial Group Inc. on Wednesday said it has agreed to acquire private investment banking firm DH Capital LLC for an undisclosed...
I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION CHAIRMAN Robert Davis, left, Executive Director Caroline Skuncik, center, and other commission members listened Monday to three presentations from real estate development groups seeking to build six-story, mixed-use apartment buildings on Parcel 2 in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MARC LAROCQUE

I-195 district delays Parcel 2 input after multimillion-dollar plans presented

PROVIDENCE – Under a large tent as the sun was setting on Innovation District Park, three Boston-based real estate development teams did their best...
After co-owning her medical billing and practice management consulting firm Comprehensive Practice Management Services Inc. for over 15 years, Sylvestre assumed sole ownership in 2018. Under her leadership, the company rebranded as Grey Ledge Medical Management and is now positioned for regional growth.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Find the time to learn

Julie Sylvestre | Grey Ledge Medical Management owner and president Time— no one has enough of it. In business, available time decreases each day. As...

Kimberly O’Connell named Chief Transformation Officer at Providence Community Health Centers,...

In this role, O’Connell has oversight of the business transformation initiatives across the organization with a focus on identifying opportunities for growth and innovation...
Thorne Sparkman joined Slater in 2000 as executive director of what was then known as the Slater Center for Interactive Technologies. He focuses on the earliest stage of company creation, including working with university-based teams commercializing research. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Support the founders

Thorne Sparkman | Slater Technology Fund managing director As a seed-stage investor, I spend countless hours discovering and courting entrepreneurs, because the founders of today’s...
A career working in the hospitality industry led Laurie Stroll to join Newport Hospitality in 1992. After 12 years in sales and event planning, she purchased the company in 2004. It is the first and only accredited destination-management company in Rhode Island, planning meetings, events and outside activities 
for groups and conventions. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Invest in the team to shine

Laurie Z. Stroll | Newport Hospitality Inc. (a DMC Network company) owner and president The biggest lesson I have learned over the years is that...
SWING OF THINGS: In their leisure time, employees at Parkinson Technologies participate in a golf league at Chemawa Golf Course in North Attleboro. Joe Connelly, Parkinson product development manager, tees off.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Healthy employees keep Parkinson Technologies on cutting edge

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 2-149 EMPLOYEES #1: Parkinson Technologies Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Peter Termyn, CEO and president Number of employees: 80 Woonsocket-based Parkinson Technologies INC....
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