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The R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council unanimously voted Tuesday night to grant final approval to Deepwater Wind LLC’s Block Island Wind Farm. more
Towerstream Corp. reported a first-quarter net loss of $6.5 million, or 10 cents per share, widening by 15.7 percent the $5.6 million, or 9 cent-per-share, loss posted for the same three-month period last year. more
For their May meetup, the Providence Geeks will host Utilidata, a company using advanced technology to make the electric grid operate more efficiently. more
Five alumni of the University of Rhode Island, including three native Rhode Islanders, will celebrate their homecoming to the Ocean State with the grand opening on Wednesday of Norwood, Mass.-based IT firm Secured Network Services’ Providence branch. more
Associate professor of educational studies at Rhode Island College and coordinator of the Central Falls/RIC Innovation Lab talks about current initiatives and plans for the year ahead. more
Software and application design agency MojoTech last week announced four new hires, as the company continues to expand its team to keep pace with a growing roster of clients. more
Whether it’s Betaspring introducing its latest accelerator cohort, the Slater Technology Fund announcing reinvestment in its portfolio companies, or the Rhode Island Business Plan Competition selecting its 2014 winner, startups get a lot of buzz in Providence – and the rest of Rhode Island. What don’t always get as much attention are the stories behind these startups’ quirky, playful or practical names. The founders of these five local technology startups based in Providence, Pawtucket and Newport shared the rationale behind their companies’ names with Providence Business News. more
U.S. stocks climbed, as Internet and small-cap shares rallied while the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a record, amid deals activity that boosted confidence in the world’s largest economy. more
In choosing a new name, the former Rhode Island Manufacturing Extension Service looked to the North Star to project a sense of guidance and strategic direction for the state’s manufacturers. more
Greg Woods has been the heir apparent at West Warwick electronics manufacturer Astro-Med since being hired as chief operating officer in the fall of 2012, as part of the company’s strategic growth plan. Around the same time the Rochester, N.Y. native officially took over as CEO at the end of January, Astro-Med announced the $6.7 million acquisition of competitor Miltope Corp.’s line of aviation printers. It was the first of what Woods hopes will be a series of expansion initiatives and will bring manufacturing now done in Alabama to the Ocean State. The average consumer will likely never come in direct contact with Astro-Med’s specialized printers and data-acquisition devices, but Woods says they have a bright future. more
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