Updated November 25 at 7:39pm
Supply Chain
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When a business has been around for more than a century, it's been doing something right. For Tourtellot & Co. Inc., it's always been about preserving relationships and changing with the times. Tourtellot, a fruits and vegetables wholesale … more
Graphic Ink Inc. opened its doors in 1997 with two employee-owners, including one who kept the books after-hours, after finishing her other job. Eighteen years later, the business on Warren Avenue in East Providence is still located in the … more
Orders for business equipment unexpectedly declined in September as tepid global markets gave American companies little reason to expand. more
A ringing bell echoes loudly in the foyer of ParsonsKellogg LLC. The sound interrupts Director of Business Development Bryan McWilliams midsentence. He's explaining how the East Providence company represents Rhode Island as a top player in … more
Social Enterprise Greenhouse recently launched a food accelerator program. Isabella Cassell, SEG’s food and health venture development manager; Kelly Ramirez, CEO; and Cayla Mackey, university … more
In 2012, Michael Brown sailed into the Pacific to see for himself what decades of ocean-tossed trash piles contained. The debris field, he said, was filled with plastics. "I went out to see it," he said. "Let me run my fingers through the … more
The eighth annual Supply Chain Management (SCM) Summit on Thursday will feature a morning address by state Secretary of Commerce Stefan Pryor about Rhode Island’s economy and its relationship to the supply chain industry. more
Banneker Industries Inc. practices healthy habits as part of a larger goal – employee empowerment – a goal that wins awards and gets the company noticed on a national scale. The company's first place showing in the small-business … more
Several Rhode Island businesses have registered for the 2015 Canadian Defence, Security and Aerospace Exhibition (DEFSEC) Atlantic conference, to be held Sept. 8 through 10 in Halifax, Nova Scotia at the Cunard Centre. more
Rhode Island earned a grade of D+ for manufacturing industry health on the latest manufacturing and logistics state report card, a slight improvement over last year’s grade of D. more
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