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Two style startups get personal

Enter the unassuming brownstone at 91 Newbury, walk up two narrow flights, past faded carpeting and flickering fluorescents, and you might be surprised at what you find.
Bespoke Boston
By JACQUELINE HOUTON  |  October 19, 2012

Review: Ten9Eight: Shoot for the Moon

Despite being pummeled by Mary Mazzio’s infomercial-like film into believing so, I still think that the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship is a worthwhile cause.
Spellbound with spreadsheets, but without character development
By PETER KEOUGH  |  November 13, 2009

It's getting easier to go green

In Rhode Island and across the US, economic troubles seem to be getting worse by the day. But green energy and conservation, several local advocates and entrepreneurs say, has a chance to flourish in the coming years.
By MARION DAVIS  |  February 25, 2009

Can the geeks save Rhode Island?

The tech sector offers promise for the economic future, but a small labor pool and other hurdles must be overcome
The tech sector offers promise for the economic future, but a small labor pool and other hurdles must be overcome
By MARION DAVIS  |  February 04, 2009

Hope Artiste Village

The new Hope Artiste Village, on Main Street in Pawtucket, hopes to break the familiar cycle of gentrification.
Around Town
By JESSICA KERRY  |  December 26, 2007

Zap marketing

Ah, the sweet stench of Internet entrepreneurship!
Don’t Taser-T me, bro
By ADAM REILLY  |  September 26, 2007

Guaranteed profits

By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  August 08, 2007

Geek power

Like a lot of people, Soren Ryherd and Vida Jakabhazy were drawn to Providence by their fondness for the city.
Techies and digital innovators are injecting fresh life into the Rhode Island economy
By IAN DONNIS  |  July 18, 2007

Use your thumbs, send money, join the chosen few

Mainers can try a new cellphone service that its creators want to become the handiest way to exchange money with your friends.
Wireless cash
By MEAGHAN DONAGHY  |  May 02, 2007

Changing concentrations

Thomas Friedman from the New York Times writes that “the world is flat.” Are you too old for school?: Even at age 30, your brain is different from the average student’s. By Samantha Henig
As the world shrinks, schools expand their majors and programs
By SEETHA NARAYAN  |  January 24, 2007
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(Ad)venture capital

At the College Art Association's annual conference in Boston last week, we caught up with Slop Art’s entrepreneurs to find out more about their aims, methods, and aspirations.
Slop Art gives away the store
By CHRIS THOMPSON  |  March 01, 2006