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Comcast Corp., the U.S. cable company awaiting regulatory approval to buy Time Warner Cable Inc., reported profit that beat estimates as new high-speed Internet customers more than made up for declining video subscribers. more
At the Providence office of Robinson & Cole, staff are never treated second class. more
Nealia Giarratani has joined Durkee, Brown, Viveiros and Werenfels Architects as a job captain. Most recently, she served as a project designer at Ann Beha Architects. She holds a B.S. and an M.Arch. … more
Michael Killoran has been promoted to chief financial officer of Arpin Group. He was also appointed to the firm's management committee. Killoran joined Arpin Van Lines as a controller in 1983. He … more
The 35th Telly Awards has named The Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights at The Miriam Hospital a 2014 Online Video Bronze Telly Award winner for the video “Staying Alive on the Outside.” The award is for excellence in video and television. more
Headquartered in Warwick, Automated Business Solutions, an office equipment provider and servicer, has been in business for more than 20 years. For a small business, that kind of staying power would be a testament to success in and of itself. But what is particularly impressive about ABS is the fact that despite a still-sluggish economy, it saw 36 percent growth from 2011 to 2013. more
Francis A. Connor III, a partner at Barton Gilman LLP, will be featured in the peer-reviewed publication Best Lawyers in America 2015. This is Connor’s fourth consecutive year receiving the designation. Connor is a trial and appellate attorney who specializes in representing clients in business and insurance litigation, as well as professional liability matters. He also provides consultation and he frequently serves as a mediator and arbitrator. A member of the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council, he also volunteers at Barrington public schools as a youth-sports coach. Connor holds a B.A. in history and a J.D. from Georgetown University. more
Most industries experience periods of disruptive change – so why not law? more
The long, slow U.S. economic recovery might finally be translating into better compensation for workers. People who make stuff or pull it out of the ground, though, aren’t seeing quite the same kinds of raises as those in sales, management and finance. more
Law school is a heady experience, and by that, recent Roger Williams University Law School graduate John Clarke, of North Kingstown, means “theoretical.” more
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