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Eleven students, representing the state’s colleges and universities, have been selected as Rhode Island Changemaker Fellows for the 2015-2016 academic year. more
In Rhode Island's business community, LGC+D always has been known as a top accounting firm, providing services for the nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors. But in recent years, the company has evolved into something more. … more
I’m seeing lots of news reports about the end of the new Silicon Valley tech “bubble.” I put that word in quotes because the current situation doesn’t look much like the bubble of the late 1990s. But there still might soon be a broad drop in funding for startups, and a fall in the valuations of these companies. more
The 2016 Rhode Island Business Plan Competition will kick off on Oct. 15, featuring last year’s three winners, who will share their experiences and what it took to win. more
Over the past 17 years, we've had the opportunity to consult with hundreds of foundations, nonprofits and professional-services firms. At the beginning of most engagements we'll gather a group of executives, managers and staff members in a … more
Numbers by themselves rarely tell a complete story. And that's certainly the case when assessing the success of emerging local industries. In terms of beer production, for example, the state trails the rest of New England by a wide margin, … more
StyleWeek Northeast kicked off last night at the Providence G to a sold-out crowd of more than 280 people. more
When Natalie Morello left New York City to open Shoppe Pioneer, a women's fashion and lifestyle boutique, in Providence in 2011, it was her first time in the Ocean State. Through her prior job as a sales manager, she knew there wouldn't be … more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is open to the idea of allowing a referendum on the legalization of recreational marijuana. more
Thirteen communities are eligible to participate in the Working Cities Challenge through the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and receive between $300,000 and $500,000 over a three-year period to implement initiatives to improve the lives of low-income residents. more
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