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Entrepreneurship
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George Ross, the creator of Race Rhode Island, talks about the new website he created – racerhodeisland.net, featuring information about races in and around Rhode Island. more
Whatever your feelings on the election of Donald J. Trump to be president, there are some issues that must be dealt with that candidate Trump seemed not to appreciate with the required seriousness. No. 1 on the list is trade. Opposition to … more
In September, Case Snow Management announced it would be hiring 500 seasonal employees as the winter approaches. Openings included operations managers, administrative staff, field managers and equipment operators – most to battle the … more
Luna Pharmaceuticals Inc., maker of Premama products, has raised more than half of a $3.5 million Series B equity round, according to a federal filing, which it plans to use it to grow sales, add employees and become profitable. more
Startups throughout New England can apply to the 2016 Impact Challenge, a contest open to early-stage entrepreneurs and startups from all industries whose business or business idea is designed to create a positive social and/or environmental impact. more
Why do you do business in Rhode Island? I'm from here originally – 58.3% There was a job opening – 8.3% There is a market for my business here – 16.7% Other – 16.7%   … more
The pitch: The mission of Massage Envy is to make customized massages, facials and relaxing therapies available to everyone. Years in business: Purchased initial franchise in August 2009 … more
Sisters Alexis Devine and Mona Devine Kronholm are trying to spread good health through one of Providence's newest businesses: Devine City Cycle. The indoor cycling fitness studio on West Fountain Street is a conduit for the sisters to … more
Ward W. McIntyre grew up next to the water in Jamestown. He became certified to dive in deep water at the age of 13 and spent his summers as a teenager working on lobster boats. His childhood connection to the water played an intuitive role … more
Bill Paukert worked as an industrial designer for 16 years, for toymaker Hasbro Inc. Then he switched careers, applying his design and mechanical experience to a more grown-up object of desire: the electric guitar. Through his business, … more
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