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Matos: A voice for ‘business leaders at all levels’

PROVIDENCE – Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos has been handed the reins of small-business advocacy at a critical juncture, as many are still struggling to...

Should unemployment recipients be allowed to work more and still receive...

State lawmakers are weighing whether to allow unemployment recipients who work part time to make more money while continuing to receive the government benefits. Legislation...

Proposed taxes on high-income earners draw pushback from business community

PROVIDENCE – Two pieces of legislation pending in Rhode Island’s General Assembly are aimed at raising taxes on high-income earners, something the state's business...

R.I. Commerce establishing small-business-assistance grant program

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Commerce Corp. is establishing a small-business-assistance grant program to serve as infrastructure for distributing up to $5,000 grants to Rhode...

More money, less problems?

Is your company planning to seek another round of stimulus funding? No: 67% Yes: 17% Unsure: 17% Did your company receive stimulus funding of any kind in 2020? Yes:...

Are you satisfied with the Restore Rhode Island grant program and...

The state on Sept. 22 expanded the $50 million Restore Rhode Island grant program. Sole proprietors and businesses without employees are now eligible, along...
BALANCING ACT: Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is beginning a phased reopening of the state’s economy but says it will be quickly halted if the state sees a surge in new cases of COVID-19. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Do state leaders have the right spending priorities for $1.25 billion...

Rhode Island as of June 9 had spent or committed less than $185 million of $1.25 billion received from the federal government for expenses...

Small businesses to get free face masks, cleaning supplies through state...

PROVIDENCE — Small businesses that are trying to reopen can receive a month’s supply of free face masks for their employees and cleaning supplies,...
BALANCING ACT: Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is beginning a phased reopening of the state’s economy but says it will be quickly halted if the state sees a surge in new cases of COVID-19. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Health risks of reopening balanced by ongoing economic crisis

As the state embarks on a cautious reopening of its economy, the nagging question on everyone’s mind is, “Are we ready?” As this week’s...
JUSTIN GONTAREK, co-founder of Oceanside Graphics RI LLC, designed the Gift it Forward website in conjunction with the R.O. Office of the Lt. Governor to help small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. / COURTESY JUSTIN GONTAREK

Stepping Up: Oceanside Graphics co-founder creates website to help small businesses...

WARWICK – In mid-March, Oceanside Graphics RI LLC Co-Founder Justin Gontarek was on a conference call with R.I. Lt. Governor Daniel P. McKee and...

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