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GOOD BUT NOT GOOD ENOUGH: PBN's biannual Business Survey showed that while the Rhode Island economy continues to improve, business owners are taking a "wait-and-see" attitude before making major new investments.

PBN on WJAR-TV, Sept. 10, 2018

Business is good, but many companies take a “wait-and-see” attitude.Every week, PBN Editor Mark S. Murphy appears on WJAR-TV NBC 10’s Coffee Break to discuss...
PROPERTY PLANS: Christine M. West, principal at KITE Architects in Providence, looks at some residential plans for a property in Exeter with Albert Garcia, principal.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Business is good, but many companies take a “wait-and-see” attitude

Business continues to be good for most Rhode Island companies, and a majority expect that to continue, though their optimism is tempered by uncertainty...
GOOD BUT NOT GOOD ENOUGH: PBN's biannual Business Survey showed that while the Rhode Island economy continues to improve, business owners are taking a "wait-and-see" attitude before making major new investments.

R.I. economy doing well, say leaders, but it could do better

In the summer of 2008, before the crash, before the Great Recession, before, well, before a whole lot of the changes that now define...
FEEDING A NEED: The recent removal of the requirement that certain food trucks register in every municipality they operate in has the potential to grow the sector, with events such as this 2016 Food Truck Friday in Roger Williams Park happening in more places across the state. 
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MICHAEL SALERNO

Is simplifying R.I. regulatory approach finally happening?

Over-regulation is a top-of-mind complaint from nearly any businessperson, nowhere more so than in Rhode Island, where the topic has been targeted as one...

Slack attitude revealed by biz survey

Providence Business News’ biannual Business Survey has been providing a peek into the mindset of the region’s businesses for a decade now.When the Great...
CUTTING COSTS: Bardon's Water Services & Technologies President Thomas J. Lydon, with Angie Crockford, assistant project manager, at the company's East Greenwich facility. Lydon says he can only afford to hire someone at a lower salary and train them, rather than hire someone more experienced at a higher salary. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Expectations for R.I. economy at new highs despite continuing, well-known challenges

The sun is once again beginning to shine on the Rhode Island economy.Results paint 2016 as a good year for Ocean State businesses, and...
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