Phil Eil, the final editor of the Phoenix, talks about what caused the alt-weekly to close this week and how he put together its final edition.
Brown University’s Marc Dunkelman discusses his new book about how seismic changes in American life are destabilizing communities.
NanoSteel’s CEO explains how car companies use its new types of steel; VETS Foundation helps small arts groups use the auditorium.
The New England CEO of the nation’s largest health insurer talks about why it’s expanding what it offers on and off HealthSource RI.
An expert breaks down the size of Rhode Island’s thriving defense industry; Burrillville’s Alashan Cashmere prepares to expand.
Atrion CEO Tim Hebert on the company’s fast growth; Liz Taber and Bob Steele make the case against table games in Newport.
Mary Lu Bilek talks about leading the region’s only public law school; Cristina Garmendia on helping local cities sell surplus property.
The new president of the liberal arts college in Norton, Mass., talks about his vision for the school and the challenges facing higher ed.
The CEO talks about how her family’s game has become a fast-selling worldwide sensation for the Providence-based company.
Blount Fine Foods’ CEO talks about the Fall River soup manufacturer’s growth; Ranglin discusses the R.I. Black Business Association.
The founder of the Rhode Island-based Republican consulting firm explains how his technology helped defeat Eric Cantor.
The creator and executive artistic director of WaterFire Providence discusses the downtown art project’s past, present and future.
Joe Paolino’s Newport Grand plans; The Providence Foundation’s Dan Baudouin and MojoTech’s Nick Kishfy on downtown’s future.
Nick Garrison of Foolproof talks about the Pawtucket brewery’s growth; Kevin Wilbur discusses his tech firm, Absolute Commerce.
Scott Wolf of Grow Smart Rhode Island on the new state budget; concerns about proposed increases in health insurance rates.
Keen Footwear’s co-founder discusses his new firm, Focal Upright Furniture, which manufactures ergonomic desks in Rhode Island.