The 137-year-old milk delivery company’s new owner on its future; what FDA approval means for the East Providence medical-device maker.
Pat Sabatino and Dan Reilly discuss the newly formed group as well as their startups, Datarista and Legably.
Peter Snyder on a research push in the Jewlery District; Lotuff’s Ellen McNulty-Brown on the high-end leather goods maker.
A Providence software upgrades the utility grid; the president of the Association of Rhode Island Authors on its upcoming expo.
Keith Kelly, the bank’s Rhode Island president, discusses its latest initiatives; Heidi Guerard on her fast-growing photography company.
Delta Dental’s CEO discusses its new app to connect patients with dentists; a growing Aquidneck Island tech company.
Vistaprint Corporate’s president discusses its new Providence office; a new book chronicles iconic Rhode Island company Brown & Sharpe.
McKelvy discusses the economic outlook and how the construction management company has grown over its century-plus in Rhode Island.
The head of the top RI hospital group discusses its improving finances and his views on the future of the health care sector.
The iconic beer manufacturer discusses its new co-op partner in Pawtucket; a Cranston company’s growth.
A look at the health of Rhode Island manufacturing in 2017; a new company’s unique approach to disinfecting and deodorizing.
The central bank leader discusses a new round of grants, the economic outlook, and why the recession hit Rhode Island so hard.
Chairman & CEO Darrell Ross and President James Speltz discuss the Rhode Island jewelry company’s six decades.
What’s next for the Middletown tech company; a unique approach to helping service members find careers.
Christian Cowan and Peter Kaczmarek discuss the state of the manufacturing industry in Rhode Island.
A new food business in Providence shares its story; Lisa Raiola gives an update on the Warren kitchen incubator.