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Over the past decade, Americans got a crash course in money management. The financial crisis and the great recession offered a ton of lessons — the dangers of debt being a big one — while making it impossible to ignore the topic of finance. more
Bond investors have become an increasingly curmudgeonly crew, with debt analysts trying to one-up each other with their somewhat dire forecasts for the U.S. economy. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. last week appointed Randall J. Black controller and chief accounting officer who will take over on April 18. more
A new national study shows nearly two-thirds of the millennial workforce believe employers should offer paychecks using paycards, signaling a continued interest in unconventional banking methods. more
Paul Gentile is the president and CEO of the Cooperative Credit Union Association, which serves credit unions in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Delaware. He talks with Providence Business News about this year’s legislative session in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and what he’s keeping a close eye on at the federal level. more
Joseph J. MarcAurele, chairman and CEO of Washington Trust Bancorp Inc., last year received a 30.2 percent pay increase to his total compensation package, which totaled $1.48 million. more
Bristol native Kendall Reiss has found her calling making jewelry, a Rhode Island art form of yesteryear that she's turned into a business called Kendall Reiss LLC. Reiss, who earned her master's degree at Rhode Island School of Design, is … more
Last year was Rhode Island Housing’s biggest year in the more than 40 years it has been involved in mortgage lending, and 2017 is shaping up to be just as strong, the agency said Tuesday at its annual breakfast. more
Kathleen A. Charbonneau is vice president and director of community relations at BankNewport. Developing community partnerships is one of Charbonneau’s responsibilities at the bank, which she talks about with Providence Business News. more
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. on Tuesday reported a slight profit decline for the first quarter of 2016, as net income fell 0.7 percent to $10.9 million, or 64 cents per diluted share, compared with the same period last year. more
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