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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
Acertitude, an executive search firm, opened a Providence office at One West Exchange St. on Tuesday. more
Karen Springer, owner of Johnston-based Spring Forward Resumes, was recently named a winner of the Thumbtack Best of 2015 Award for excellent customer reviews. Prior to starting her company, Springer worked for 13 years at major banks and at a local … more
If an individual sells an investment property to buy another, there's theoretically no economic gain, thus the U.S. Internal Revenue Service says he or she will not be charged taxes. This little-known facet of the U.S. Internal Revenue … more
More than 300 people attended a downtown Providence tour of condominium and apartment buildings on Oct. 17, filtering through sites including the Arcade Providence, Avalon at Center Place and the new building at The Promenade. more
Alex Marszalkowski started a business this year that combines two aspects of his work life. He's a real estate attorney, employed by Paolino Properties in Providence. He's also a farmer, part of a family that has run the 200-acre Adams Farm in … more
Despite state regulators calling ride-hailing-app companies, such as Uber and Lyft, "wholly illegal," it's unlikely the popular taxi-like services will be shut down anytime soon in the Ocean State. The advent of the ride-hailing apps, known … more
Misty Delgado left corporate employment to become a fellow at the Center for Justice, a new, independent nonprofit dedicated to public-interest law and helping people on low incomes get legal representation. Delgado's clients include a … 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
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