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Back to the workplace?

Is your company planning to have most or all of its employees return to the workplace this year? Yes: 60% No: 20% Unsure: 20% How much of your...

2021 prospects

Are you optimistic your business will fare better in 2021? Yes: 62.5% Unsure: 25% No: 12.5% Do you plan to have your physical operations return to normal in...
RHODE ISLAND COMMERCE CORP. on Wednesday announced $16 million in grants awarded to small businesses and nonprofits through a host of state COVID-19 relief programs.

R.I. Commerce awards $16M in grants to small businesses, nonprofits

PROVIDENCE - The state on Wednesday awarded $16.1 million in funding to small businesses and nonprofits across three COVID-19-related grant programs. The funding announced by...
THE ORIGINALS: Airbnb co-founder and Chief Product Officer Joe Gebbia, center, with co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Nathan Blecharczyk, left, and co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky at an Airbnb event in 2016. / COURTESY AIRBNB

Five Questions With: Joe Gebbia

Joe Gebbia | Co-founder and chief product officer, Airbnb 1. How did your time at Rhode Island School of Design prepare you for a...
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Q&A: Aaron J. Horowitz

Aaron J. Horowitz | Sproutel Inc. CEO and co-founder Sproutel is equal parts R&D lab, design studio and venture studio, says co-founder and CEO Aaron...
DOING HIS DUTY: Bill Burton, extruder team lead and U.S. Army veteran, operates an extrusion line on the Cooley manufacturing floor using a recently installed proprietary touch-screen technology. / COURTESY COOLEY GROUP

Pandemic Diary: Remedy for stress? Optimism

(Editor’s note: This is the 13th installment in a series on how Cooley Group is managing the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of its...
SMOOTH OPERATOR: Cooley extruder lead Marie Knight inspects Cooley products during production to ensure the quality meets the customer’s specifications. COURTESY COOLEY GROUP

Pandemic Diary: Making sure everyone’s included

(Editor’s note: This is the 12th installment in a weekly series on how Cooley Group is managing the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of...
PROPERLY SHIELDED: Terri Mehaffey operates an extrusion line at the Cooley Group factory in Pawtucket. Face shields and masks can be uncomfortable for those dealing with the heat on the factory floor. / COURTESY COOLEY GROUP

Pandemic Diary: Warding off weariness is a challenge

(Editor’s note: This is the 11th installment in a weekly series on how Cooley Group is managing the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of...
PHONING FROM HOME: Cooley CEO and President Daniel Dwight works from his home in Massachusetts. / COURTESY COOLEY GROUP

Pandemic Diary: Pulling off a telecommuting balancing act

(Editor’s note: This is the 10th installment in a weekly series on how Cooley Group is managing the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of...
Peter George

It’s time to look like a Zoom pro

When we first turned to video­conferencing in the early days of the stay-at-home orders brought on by the pandemic, most of us figured it...

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