Chancellor John Bowen discusses JWU’s expanding footprint in Providence and its push to raise academic standards.
The Realtors’ president updates on the housing market; Fred Magnanimi explains how his brother inspired him to start a new jewelry business.
New President Rosanne Somerson talks about her plans and why the school is about commerce and innovation as much as fine arts.
Robert Brooks and Daniel Holmander discuss the legal business; Randall Rosenbaum explains the state arts council’s new grants program.
The founders of EcoRI News, ConvergenceRI and East Greenwich News discuss the challenges and opportunities of digital news.
Founder Richard Bowen talks about how his business grew from one coffee shop to a chain of 150 across New England over four decades.
The longtime chief of the 97-year-old Pawtucket tour operator talks about its growth, the difficulties of operating in Cuba and much more.
Jim Wilkinson talks about the business of lawns (and Christmas decor); Aaron Horowitz on his startup’s high-tech toy bear for sick kids.
The CEO discusses the financial health of Fatima Hospital and Roger Williams Medical, as well as new owner Prospect Medical’s plans.
CEO Ari Haseotes talks about why the famed New England retailer is overhauling its convenience stores to emphasize fresh food.
Anya Rader Wallack, the health exchange’s executive director, talks about its uncertain future and what she’s doing to improve it.
A top sports economist analyzes the stadium proposal; Robitaille discusses Johnson & Wales’ new entrepreneurship initiative.
The leader of Rhode Island’s No. 2 hospital chain talks about how it’s adjusting to a changing health sector and his work on Medicaid reform…
Polaris MEP’s Christian Cowan on the improving fortunes of local factories; Kevin Cunningham on his eco-friendly surfboards.
New DLT Director Scott Jensen talks about Governor Raimondo’s Real Jobs RI proposal, plus David Dadekian on local food culture.
The century-old insurer’s chief talks about the financial challenge of a rough winter and his growing optimism about Rhode Island.