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SHELF DISPLAY: Kelley McShane, right, co-owner of beverage manufacturer The Granny Squibb Co. LLC, with Tony Melo, who approves brands to put on the shelf, at Eastside Marketplace in Providence.

FADING FEARS: Despite lingering concerns, businesses regaining swagger

After weathering a year largely overcast by fears of a looming recession, business owners are feeling more buoyant as they look ahead despite lingering...

Bank Rhode Island opens 21st location, fourth in Cranston

CRANSTON – Bank Rhode Island on July 19 celebrated the opening of its 21st location statewide, this one a full-service branch at 1340 Oaklawn...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS honored is 2020 25 Leaders & Achievers in a virtual ceremony Aug. 20.

25 business leaders honored as PBN’s 2020 Leaders & Achievers

PROVIDENCE – Twenty-five local business leaders were honored on Aug. 20 by Providence Business News for their career achievements as part of the publication’s...
WORKFORCE WORKHORSE: Lauren Slocum, CEO and president of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, became interested in business at age 11 when she helped in her uncle’s gift shop. She worked other jobs during college before starting her career at the Chamber. 

Lauren Slocum, CEO and president, Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce

PBN 2020 Leaders & Achievers Awards Lauren Slocum | CEO and president, Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce CAREER PATHS ARE NOT always predestined roads....

PBN announces 2020 25 Leaders & Achievers honorees

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News has announced its winners for its second annual 25 Leaders & Achievers Awards program honoring local business leaders. The individuals...
LEGISLATIVE RECEPTION: Lobbyist George Zainyeh, left, speaks with Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce President and CEO John Gregory, center, and Robert Wheeler, owner of dog day care center Friends of Toto in Pawtucket, during the Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Coalition’s annual legislative reception at the Statehouse on March 26.  

Does R.I. have too many chambers?

It’s busy being half of a two-person, full-time staff for the state’s oldest wish-granting entity, A Wish Come True. The Warwick-based nonprofit grants wishes...
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