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Manufacturing
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Justin Coutu, president of R&D Technologies Inc., believes it's important to help Rhode Island's college students stay and work here after graduation. As such, he has hired several students from local colleges and universities to join the 3-D … more
Sensata Technologies President and CEO Martha Sullivan was named the Bryant University 2015 Women’s Summit New England Businesswoman of the Year Friday at the daylong event held Friday at the school’s Smithfield campus. more
Cranston Public Schools, CVS Health and Hope Valley Industries are finalists for the 2015 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award. more
Textron Inc. rose the most in four weeks Thursday after the maker of Cessna aircraft and Bell helicopters was reported by Reuters to be a finalist to buy United Technologies Corp.’s Sikorsky rotorcraft unit. more
More than a month after allegations of trade secrets theft surfaced, the former CEO of Summer Infant Inc. has resigned from the company’s board of directors, but not before her colleagues threatened to seek stockholder approval to remove her. more
Factories expanded in March at the slowest pace since May 2013, a sign struggling overseas economies and cutbacks among oil producers are hindering U.S. manufacturing. more
For Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc., the last several years have been about fostering an organic method of growth. The East Providence-headquartered provider of insurance products and services has systematically invested in … more
Acushnet Co., the maker of Titleist golf equipment, is talking to banks about a possible initial public offering in the U.S., people with knowledge of the matter said. more
The recent Rhode Island Manufacturing Week trumpeted an industry that last year added 700 jobs – the first job growth in seven years. That's great news, though it could be even better if local manufacturers could lure more prospective … more
Global long-term spending on private jets is starting to slow for the first time since 2009 as slumping commodity prices sap demand in emerging markets, according to an industry forecast. more
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