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Dr. Mariah Stump has joined the Women's Primary Care team at the Women's Medicine Collaborative. She holds an M.D. from the University of Vermont College of Medicine and a master's degree in public health from John Hopkins University. more
Vikram Pandit knows a thing or two about fees – he ran a hedge fund and led Citigroup Inc. as the world's biggest credit card lender. Now he's switched sides and wants to help people avoid them. Three years after Pandit was ousted as CEO … more
Anthony Botelho, president and CEO of Freedom National Bank, is the most senior member of his Smithfield-based bank. While his profile as a white male fits the norm for bank leaders in Rhode Island and across the nation, his small leadership team … more
Twenty-six-year-old Sherlie Martinez hasn't had much luck with cars. Her first car, a 1996 Nissan Maxima, had a tendency to break down when she needed it the most. Whether she was dropping off her daughter, Akemi, 5, at day care, driving to … more
PROVIDENCE – Verizon Wireless topped the Northeast region and nation for overall wireless-network quality, according to "J.D. Power's 2015 U.S. Wireless Network Quality Performance Study" released recently. In its 13th year, the … more
PROVIDENCE – A vacant, West End mill complex will be converted to a culinary and startup incubator program, using a combination of historic-preservation tax credits and city property tax incentives. The City Council this month gave final … more
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Housing last week launched a new down payment-assistance program, intended to attract and keep college graduates trying to purchase a first home. The Ocean State Grad Grant program will provide up to 3.5 percent … more
Hotel occupancy rates in the Newport and Providence-Warwick areas increased year to date in Newport, and year over year in July for Providence and Warwick, tourism professionals report. According to Evan Smith, president and CEO of Discover … more
When Ellen Ford joined Middletown-based People's Credit Union in 1982 she started working in a position that many young women traditionally took in banking. She was a teller. "The women were the tellers, bookkeepers and the … more
Traditionally, when sports teams tried to convince cities to pay hundreds of millions to build new stadiums, they tended to make lofty promises about benefits to the local economy, that new businesses and residences would rise to serve the throngs of fans. more
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