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Those who must, merge. Those with a healthy margin, collaborate. more
Alec Beckett, creative partner at Nail Communications Inc., had a nervous election night on Nov. 4. more
Kara Williams has been promoted to senior vice president and director of Internal Audit at Webster Bank, where she will oversee the department’s involvement in pre-and post-implementation projects, as well as the annual risk assessment and planning process, among other duties. more
If any city seemed suited to an alternative weekly newspaper it was Providence. College students and liberal sensibilities promised a receptive audience, while artists, musicians and a notorious political culture supplied the subject matter. more
Steve Lombardi has been named CEO and president of Nabsys Inc., a life sciences company pioneering semiconductor-based tools for genomic analysis. more
The number of information technology professionals employed in Rhode Island is at an all-time high, but advertised jobs are left vacant as employers struggle to find candidates with applicable skills in a fast-evolving industry. more
Rear Adm. Michael E. Jabaley became the new commander of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport in September. He is also deputy commander for undersea warfare, Naval Sea Systems Command, in Washington, D.C. more
Dan Aziz always knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur, but he didn’t know what type of company he’d start until he spent a little time in a Providence supermarket. Interviewing customers for a Brown University class in the nutritional-supplements aisle of a local Whole Foods, Aziz heard persistent complaints about the size and taste of vitamin pills for pregnant women, sparking an idea. Aziz created Premama, a drinkable, prenatal supplement that’s now on the shelves of the same Whole Foods where he was interviewing customers, as well as in Target and infant chain Buy Buy Baby. In September, Aziz’s Luna Pharmaceuticals Inc. closed on the first half of a $1 million funding round led by Cherrystone Angel Group, which allowed the Providence company to hire its second full-time employee and move to expand. more
Michael J. Black had a problem in 2011 that no president of a sign-manufacturing company wants to have: the signs he was shipping couldn’t make it to customers without being damaged. more
HIV and viral hepatitis specialist and primary care physician talks about the RI Defeats Hep C program. more
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