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PBN is adapting in a time of change

Dear readers, We have seen sweeping changes in Rhode Island this year in ways we could not have imagined. Many aspects of life will never...
OUT OF POCKET: Robert Berczuk, publisher of The Jamestown Press, says the money his newspaper is losing as a result of a 33% decline in ad revenue is coming directly out of his pocket, but he has assured his staff of six that there will be no pay cuts, layoffs or furloughs. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Should newspapers be rescued by the government?

Newspaper publisher John Howell didn’t think he would ever have to lay himself off. But when COVID-19 hit the United States, that’s exactly what he...

PBN reschedules manufacturing awards program to May 7

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News on Tuesday announced that it is rescheduling its 2020 Manufacturing Awards Program to May 7. The event originally planned for...

Mello named PBN editor

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News Publisher Roger Bergenheim announced on Sept. 24 the promotions of Mike Mello to editor and William Hamilton to managing...

Murphy leaving PBN; will lead Bryant’s John H. Chafee Center

PROVIDENCE – After nearly 14 years as editor of Providence Business News, Mark S. Murphy will leave his post effective Sept. 23. Murphy has been...
AFTER NEARLY 14 years, Providence Business News Editor Mark S. Murphy will leave PBN to be director of the John H. Chafee Center for International Business at Bryant University.

Editor Mark S. Murphy to exit paper, joins John H. Chafee...

PROVIDENCE – After nearly 14 years in his role, Providence Business News Editor Mark S. Murphy will leave his post effective Sept. 23. Murphy has been appointed to lead the John H. Chafee...

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