John Hill Journal Staff Writer jghilliii WARWICK, R.I. — The career path that brought Iftikhar Ahmad from Pakistan to the leadership of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation began in a rec room in Cyprus.He was attending a secondary school in Nicosia and in the room where he played ping-pong, there was a bulletin board that had a flier from Oklahoma State University.“On the notice board there were five or six universities that said hey, if you’d like to come.” It was the early 1990s, before...
The airport corporation hopes to position Green to bring in more revenue for itself as well as provide the state with a card to play to recruit new companies. John Hill Journal Staff Writer jghilliii
WARWICK, R.I. — In true Rhode Island tradition, Iftikhar Ahmad wants T. F. Green Airport to be, like, you know, connected.In the eleven months since he took over as chief executive officer of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation, it has.
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Selecting a term
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