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(Updated, 5:40 p.m.) Ximedica announced Tuesday it has purchased the San Francisco-based Bridge Design, providing the Rhode Island-based medical technology development company with a West Coast hub. more
The banking industry got a lot of flak after the death of an overworked Bank of America intern in 2013, when Wall Street’s sweatshop work culture was contrasted unfavorably with that of tech firms, which provided all sorts of creature comforts to their employees. Well, evidence is mounting that working for tech giants can be just as unforgiving as working in high finance. more
Roger Williams University’s School of Continuing Studies and the diocese of Providence are partnering to help Catholic schools build a STEAM curriculum. more
With thousands of employees across the world, one of International Game Technology PLC's greatest assets is the thought and expertise it can draw upon to creatively address the needs of the government-sponsored and commercial gaming industries. … more
Hexagon Metrology Inc. is a global enterprise, but the impact of its wellness initiatives is making a difference locally. According to Susan Booth, a registered nurse who is health services manager for the North Kingstown site, 50 percent of the … more
At the Cooley Group, a Pawtucket coated-fabric manufacturer, employee health has always been important – particularly where safety is concerned, said Deb Bedrosian, director of human resources. "Our employees are truly the most important thing," … more
C.J. Meiser has joined Utilidata Inc. as its chief operating officer. more
Twelve Rhode Island companies and five southeastern Massachusetts companies made the annual Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country released Wednesday. more
Fidelity National Information Services Inc., a provider of banking and payments technology, agreed to buy software maker SunGard Data Systems Inc. in a deal valued at $9.1 billion, including the assumption of debt. more
Seven in 10 people engage in some type of smartphone activity while driving, with texting and emailing being the most common, according to recently released research by AT&T. more
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