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If your financial adviser put you in a mutual fund that had slumped 24 percent for the year, you'd probably have given him a call by now, right? That seems to be the predicament that adviser David Mendels is in these days when it comes to … more
Last week we discussed reasons to structure the purchase of a business as an asset sale. This week, we discuss successor liability and ways to effectively close the deal. Learning after the fact that you are responsible for the tax … more
Computer programs seem to be having all the fun in debt markets these days. Human investors, on the other hand, are left scratching their heads, trying to figure out what just hit them. Even in … more
Washington Trust Commercial Real Estate has provided $20.7 million to finance a shopping center in North Andover, Mass., that was recently acquired by a new owner. more
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. released its annual summary of deposits, showing that as of June 30 Santander Bank N.A. had gained the largest portion of the Rhode Island market share, even as market leader Citizens Bank grew its share as well. more
Daniel J. Forte is the president and CEO of the Massachusetts Bankers Association. He talks with PBN about recently introduced legislation that would increase the lending cap of credit unions. more
If the current torrid pace continues, mergers and acquisition could reach $4.58 trillion worldwide this year, the highest level on record, according to The Wall Street Journal. Clearly, the rewards of acquiring another business can be great. Yet … more
Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc., facing increased competition for consumers’ breakfast dollars, suffered its worst stock decline since it went public in 2011 after sticking with an annual profit forecast that missed analysts’ estimates. more
Cherrystone Angel Group is one of the top three angel groups in New England, according to the Angel Resource Institute at Willamette University’s 2015 second quarter Halo report: geography edition. more
The credit cards in most Americans’ wallets are pretty much antiques. They’re easy to counterfeit, thanks to magnetic strips that rely on basically the same 1960s technology used in cassette tapes. more
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