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THIRTEEN HONOREES were recognized Thursday at Providence Business News' 2022 Manufacturing Awards ceremony at the Omni Providence Hotel. / PBN PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

Dwight, Waldman, manufacturers honored at PBN’s Manufacturing Awards

PROVIDENCE – Daniel Dwight recalled when he became CEO and president of Pawtucket-based manufacturer Cooley Group in 2011, it was a “high-speed train going...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has announced 13 honorees for its annual Manufacturing Awards program.

Cooley Group’s Dwight among 13 honorees for PBN’s 2022 Manufacturing Awards

PROVIDENCE – Daniel Dwight, CEO and president of Pawtucket-based coated fabric manufacturer Cooley Group, has been named the 2022 Strategic Leadership Award winner for...

Raimondo calls for ‘a new blue economy’

PROVIDENCE - Former R.I. governor and current U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina M. Raimondo on Wednesday said the Biden administration sees the ocean, or blue,...
APPROXIMATELY 170 PEOPLE attended Providence Business News' 2021 Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies Awards ceremony held Thursday at the Omni Providence Hotel. / PBN PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

Top companies recognized for growth, innovation at PBN’s annual Fastest Growing...

PROVIDENCE – An information technology services consulting company, a behavioral health care organization, a construction management company and a machinery distributor company were recognized...

PBN announces 2021 Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies honorees

PROVIDENCE – Nineteen local companies are among the highest earners on Providence Business News’ list of Fastest Growing Private Companies, and nine companies are...
AT THEIR POST: John and Sarah Cullen behind the counter of their gift shop Solstice on Water Street on Block Island. They’re hoping for a very busy summer. / PBN PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN

BRACING FOR THE WAVE: Tourism industry ready for big rebound, but...

A year ago, John and Sarah Cullen were fearing for the future of their Block Island gift shop. With supply chains choked by the COVID-19...

Pandemic magnifies mall woes

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the consumer shift to online shopping, and the strain is being felt more acutely at mall retailers because of...
PERMANENT CHANGE: Dino Passaretta, CEO of the Downtown Restaurant Group, says the pandemic forced his businesses to make adjustments that will remain after the crisis has passed, including outdoor dining and online ordering. 
PBN FILE PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Restaurant rebound will be ‘joint effort’

Dino Passaretta is CEO of the Downtown Restaurant Group, which operates five Rhode Island restaurants: Public Kitchen & Bar in Providence, Centro Restaurant &...

Hotel industry: We’re in dire need

With nearly 8,800 left jobless in Rhode Island’s hotel sector and an estimated 8 out of every 10 hotel rooms empty, some local hospitality...

Fight for Air Climb Providence to be held virtually due to...

PROVIDENCE – The Fight for Air Climb Providence will be held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Lung Association announced. The...
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