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The number of prepaid wireless customers is growing in the United States, and Rhode Island is no different. Providers are expanding retail options throughout the state, especially in urban areas. Cricket Wireless, a prepaid wireless-service … more
Venture capitalists made fewer bets in the U.S. last quarter, while putting a larger proportion of their money into the most mature private companies, according to research firm PitchBook Data. more
Modern economics has little room for parasites. In the vast majority of models, there are only buyers and sellers -- there’s no one who just comes up and steals your money. more
Insurers, doctors and hospitals are ratcheting down the cost of health care with slow and difficult methods, like redesigning doctors' practices and persuading patients to settle for less. Opposing them, jacking costs up, are tough … more
With about one-third of babies born by cesarean delivery (colloquially called a “C-section”) in the United States, experts are looking to evaluate whether this delivery method may be overused at times, given the rapid increase in cesarean birth rates during the past decade. more
The Veterans Administration is creating the world's largest genomic database, having already enrolled some 500,000 veterans in its Million Veteran Project to study the effects genes have on health Dr. Satish Sharma, Providence VA Medical … more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo will be honored with a New Englander of the Year Award, as will former U.S. Ambassador R. Nicholas Burns and General Electric Chairman and CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt, according to the New England Council. more
The U.S. military manages 30 million critical assets every year, from tool cribs in Washington, D.C.'s Navy Yard to Humvees rolling through the mountains of Afghanistan. Keeping track of this material is nothing short of a logistical nightmare. … more
Dr. Curt Doberstein has been named to the board of directors of Life Wear Technologies. He is professor and vice chairman of the department of neurosurgery at The Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University, and program director for the … more
Robert Hubert has been elected to serve on the board of directors of Life Wear Technologies. He founded and has served as president of SPEC Process Engineering & Construction for the past 21 years. He holds a bachelor's degree from Manhattan College … more
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