The prominent executive discusses his Cranston manufacturer’s future after a major acquisition in Europe and his views on state politics.
Allie Wainer talks about her family’s famed 102-year-old New Bedford food distributor, and its plans for a significant expansion.
John Niland on the new power plant proposed in Burrillville; Andy Posner on his group’s plan for a $4.25-million debt offering.
CEO Diana Franchitto discusses her organization’s coming merger with HopeHealth and its work on hospice and palliative care.
Buck Harris talks about his organization’s small-business loan programs; Mike Murphy on the West Warwick manufacturer’s decades of success.
Torey Malatia talks about his vision for the state’s only NPR station; a Conservation Law Foundation expert argues against natural gas.
Mark Huang, the city’s new economic-development director, shares his vision; Richard Paglia of Spectra Energy on expanding gas supply.
Frank Galleshaw on his family’s beloved Burrillville chicken eatery; Dr. John Luo on his startup that dispenses Medicare advice.
CEO Annie De Groot, a noted vaccine researcher, discusses her work, her company and the future of life sciences in Rhode Island.
John Marcantonio discusses the high cost of housing in Rhode Island and what his organization thinks should be done about it.
Max Brickle on his third-generation family-owned Woonsocket manufacturer; Gavin Black on the future of Rhode Island’s ports.
Live streaming: special performances from “EMPIRE” and a conversation with the cast about Season Two of EMPIRE on FOX Providence.
A Warwick company expands its online athletic apparel business; Cox Business previews its upcoming business competition.
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.