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The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council elected council officers, directors and trustees at its 71st annual meeting on Monday at the R.I. Convention Center. more
More than 300 of the Ocean State’s business leaders joined the nine honorees at Providence Business News’ 14th annual Business Excellence Awards celebration on Wednesday, Nov.12 at the Providence Marriott. more
Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc., has launched a health care platform designed to help business owners choose benefits plans, support record keeping and provide data integration, the company said in a release Oct. 27. more
Amica Mutual Insurance Co. Chairman, President and CEO Robert A. DiMuccio and the company he leads are on a roll. more
Bixby Insurance Agency Inc. a two-person firm specializing in the insurance and risk management needs of architects and engineers, has been bought by Ames & Gough, a Washington, D.C., firm with additional offices in Boston and Philadelphia. more
Energi, a leading provider of risk management and insurance programs for the energy industry, has recognized Glenn Carraher of Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage as an Energi Elite Broker for 2014, according to an announcement from the East Providence-based insurance brokerage. more
Rhode Island’s relentless, bone-chilling winter left its mark with freezing pipes and other troubles for property owners across the state, say insurers. For many, the combination of an extremely cold winter and still-sluggish economy was particularly challenging. more
Jason Cardoza, owner of Truckers America LLC in North Kingstown, wasn’t scared off by the horror stories about health-exchange websites across the country or the potential risk of trusting his employees’ insurance to an untested government information technology system. more
The first phase of Obamacare ended last week much the same way it began: The federal website drew millions of visitors and crashed at least twice. more
On Jan. 5, The New York Times ran an article about the anguished outcry of Harvard University’s faculty over the imposition of copays and deductibles for their health care coverage. Even with these changes, coverage for Harvard’s employees remains significantly richer than that typically in the marketplace. more
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