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Now is the time to ID your success factors

As we move deeper into 2024, it’s a good time for Rhode Island small-business owners to reflect on the state of their business and...
Miranda Kitterlin-Lynch

Costs of workplace violence too high to ignore

Violence and harassment on the job are all too common. More than 1 in 5 workers worldwide have experienced it, according to the International...
Sarah ­Florini

Banning TikTok won’t solve social media’s foreign influence

When President Joe Biden signed a $95 billion foreign aid bill into law on April 24, it started the clock on a nine-month window...
Robert Samuels

Grad rates for low-income students lag while their debt soars

A recent federal study on graduation rates for American colleges and universities shows that 40% of all students did not earn a degree or...

Coastal wetlands can’t keep pace with sea-level rise

Wetlands have flourished along the world’s coastlines for thousands of years, playing valuable roles in the lives of people and wildlife. They protect the...
Marc A. Streisand

Dress for success: The keys to buying quality cashmere

Cashmere holds a coveted position in the world of textiles. But the quality of the luxurious fabric famed for its softness and warmth can...
James ­Morton Turner

Green manufacturing boom in U.S. has a big problem

Panasonic’s new $4 billion battery factory in De Soto, Kan., is designed to be a model of sustainability – it’s an all-electric factory. When...
James T. Brett

Congress must act to ensure digital equity

In our 21st-century modern society, the importance of high-speed internet for every individual and household cannot be understated. Internet access enables people to search...
Vivek Astvansh

Wendy’s ‘surge pricing’ mess a case study in stakeholder conflict

Just two words created a publicity nightmare for fast-food giant Wendy’s: dynamic pricing. In late February, news broke that the chain was considering charging different...

Membership on corporate boards is changing, but is it enough?

Through the decades, corporate boards have been mostly white and mostly male. That started changing in the early 1970s. Fueled by the historic gains of...
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