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As many of us stay at home to ride out the COVID-19 virus, Jewish Rhode Island wondered how local businesses were weathering the stay-at-home orders. We asked a few local businesspeople for their insights; here’s what they told us: more
Amid one of the longest economic expansions in recent American history, financial planners can’t help but be pragmatic. Sometime in the not-too-distant future – it could be months, it … more
In my work with seniors, as head of the Right at Home of Rhode Island agency, I’m often in the room during conversations about financial planning for seniors who want to age in place. more
JTA – The Manischewitz Co. will sell all of its kosher food business to Kenover Marketing Corp., the companies announced. The companies “have reached an understanding for a … more
So you’re shopping for a financial adviser? When it comes time to sit down with a financial professional for an initial meeting, first impressions can go a long way toward determining … more
Jeffrey Padwa will be recognized with the Extraordinary Leadership Award by the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies on March 31 at its 2019 annual conference in Atlanta for his exceptional … more
Adler’s Hardware has been a Providence fixture since 1919, when it was opened on Wickenden Street by Romanian immigrant Fred Adler. The store originally sold work clothes and World War I … more
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) – A Mexican industrial group will acquire control of the Israeli drip irrigation giant Netafim for $1.5 billion. Mexichem has agreed to buy an 80 percent stake in … more
Several years ago, I interviewed Connie Glaser (connieglaser.com), co-author of “What Queen Esther Knew: Business Strategies from a Biblical Sage.” The authors say that “Queen … more
State Sen. Gayle Goldin has proven her political prowess throughout her young career in public service. First elected in 2012, Goldin has been instrumental in the passage of several important bills … more
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