The agency’s new executive director talks about her vision for the organization and its role in the local mortgage market.
Executives from the East Providence credit-card processing firm and the Warwick security business discuss their experiences.
Marc Streisand discusses $35,000 suits and the business of high-end clothes; Paul Dunn on his local energy startup’s ideas.
The former mayor talks about his company’s growing real estate portfolio downtown, what he thinks about the Superman building, and much more…
A breakdown of the new PawSox owners’ plans for a Providence stadium; Cherrystone Angel Group executives discuss investing.
Kurt Harrington on his aquarium design and maintenance business; Loren Barham talks about her local costume jewelry line.
CEO Thomas Lawson talks about how the Johnston-based insurer grew to be one of Rhode Island’s biggest companies.
John Taylor explains why the casino may add a hotel – and possibly poker – to counter competition in Massachusetts.
A discussion of RI’s low volunteerism and helping people shovel; a North Kingstown company’s products make the Grammy swag bags.
Utilidata’s CEO on moving to Providence and how his software is helping utilities create a “smart grid.”
Splitwise CEO discusses how the local startup raised $1.4 million for its app; Quonset’s chief talks about hitting 10,000 jobs.
Rob Armstrong, owner of the Rhode Island milk delivery company, talks about why it’s managed to stay around for 133 years.
CEO David Sluter and President Matt Sluter talk about their family-owned businesses and the outlook for construction locally.
Gregg’s owner Bob Bacon talks about President Obama’s recent visit and the restaurant’s future; plus, preparing for tax season.
A South Kingstown distillery wins an international award; Littler Mendelson attorneys on changes to Rhode Island labor laws.
Bruce Van Saun talks about Citizens’ spinoff from Royal Bank of Scotland, its plans to boost profits and its commitment to Rhode Island.