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PBN C-Suite Awards 2019 special section

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MIX IT UP: Chi Foods CEO Minnie Luong stirs the ingredients for a fresh batch of kimchi in the company’s kitchen.
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Chi Foods develops recipe for success

Chi Foods LLC  Emerging Manufacturer | 2019 Manufacturing AwardsMinnie Luong was living in a Cambridge, Mass., apartment a few years ago when she decided...

PBN Manufacturing Awards 2019 special section

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Coming to Rhode Island?

What size businesses are most needed in Rhode Island? Any-sized businesses: 53.9% Midsized businesses: 46.1% Small businesses: 0% Large corporations: 0%Which industries are most needed in Rhode Island?...
COLONIAL MILLS, a braided rug and accessory maker, will relocate from Pawtucket, the location shown above, to East Providence this year. / COURTESY COLONIAL MILLS

Colonial Mills to relocate to East Providence

PAWTUCKET – Colonial Mills Inc., a manufacturer of braided rugs and accessories for more than 40 years, is leaving its location in Pawtucket for...

KLR Promotes Lauren Amaral, CPA to Partner

KLR is excited to announce Lauren Amaral’s promotion to Partner of the Firm. Lauren works closely with start-up companies, healthcare, manufacturers as well as...
UNITED STATES manufacturing output rose 1.1 percent from November to December. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/TY WRIGHT

U.S. manufacturing production increases by most in 10 months

NEW YORK - United States factory production expanded in December by the most in 10 months, ending the year stronger than expected thanks to a...

Manufacturing replaced by … a museum

My wife and I recently spent two nights in North Adams, an old industrial city in the northwestern corner of Massachusetts, at a lodging...

U.S. manufacturing production unchanged, missing projections

NEW YORK - United States factory production was unchanged in November and the prior month’s reading was revised to a decline from a gain,...
ACCORDING TO a new survey, less than half of U.S. manufacturers expect that tariffs will lead to higher domestic prices in the U.S. through 2020. Most respondents also did not anticipate moving factories back to the U.S. due to tariffs. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/TY WRIGHT

Less than half of U.S. factories expect tariff price impact

NEW YORK - Less than half of United States manufacturers think that President Donald Trump’s tariff and trade war will lead to higher domestic...
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