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Ten Rhode Island organizations providing after-school and summer science, technology, engineering and math educational programs to youth received more than $130,000 grants this week from Cox Charities, the philanthropic initiative of Cox Communications. more
More than 500 Rhode Island Verizon workers on Wednesday went on strike after the telecommunications giant and union leadership failed to reach contract agreements. more
As chief medical officer for UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Rhode Island, Dr. Renee Rulin is responsible for market-based clinical support for physicians and hospitals in the company’s Medicaid network in Rhode Island. more
Verizon Communications Inc., the biggest U.S. wireless provider, will start selling a package that includes unlimited data, a tacit acknowledgment that smaller competitors have struck a chord with consumers who want to stream video without worrying about exceeding a cap. more
Samsung Electronics Co. is letting travelers exchange their Note 7 smartphones at special booths set up at America’s busiest airports. more
John Dwyer, president of Cricket Wireless, talks with Providence Business News about the company’s growth as a prepaid wireless service provider and how it has entered the Rhode Island market. more
Fixed-wireless fiber-alternative provider Towerstream announced plans to add 100 buildings to its On-Net footprint in the fourth quarter, increasing building additions by 22 percent from the third quarter. more
Cox Communications field technicians Kathy Smith and Wendy Moreau visited “Rosie’s Girls” YWCA of Rhode Island summer camp at Nickerson Community Center to talk about careers in science, technology, engineering and math. more
Rhode Island ranked 17th among states – and higher than any other New England state – for its 2.7 percent job growth over the last two years in advanced industries, according to a new report from the Brookings Institution released Thursday. more
A little-noticed measure passed by Congress last year allows student-loan debt collectors to auto-dial borrowers on their mobile phones -- but a feared robocall deluge may turn out to be more of a trickle. more
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