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Bank of America Corp., the second-biggest U.S. lender by assets, posted profit of $3.36 billion in the first quarter as expenses declined. more
Westerly Community Credit Union on Tuesday proclaimed 2014 a “successful year,” recording a 29.3 percent increase in net income for 2014, which it attributes largely to a new credit card program and an uptick in membership. more
Rhode Island is the eighth most expensive state to insure a car, according to Insure.com. more
Touting strong loan and deposit growth, Bristol County Savings Bank on Monday announced net income increased 15.3 percent to $11.3 million and total assets rose 7.4 percent to $1.6 billion in fiscal 2014, which ended October 31. more
Nine out of 22 credit unions in Rhode Island earned the highest rating for financial strength and stability from the Florida-based rating agency BauerFinancial Inc. more
The Pawtucket Foundation will hold its 12th annual awards celebration Tuesday, recognizing three individuals who have made significant contributions to Pawtucket. more
Providence Business News has selected the honorees in its annual Chief Financial Officer Awards program, including the winner in the career achievement category, Jerome Williams, the executive vice president for finance and administration for Roger Williams University. Williams will be honored along with eight others at the fifth CFO Awards event, to be held Thursday, April 30, at the Bello Center on Bryant University Campus, from 5:30-8 p.m. more
Eight Rhode Island nonprofits will received a total of $125,000 in funding from Citizens Bank through its “Helping Citizens Manage Money” initiative. more
Both Ukraine and Thailand have become riskier locations for business, according to the 2015 FM Global Resilience Index, released Tuesday. The composite index ranks 130 countries based on factors that affect supply chain resilience, and is a product of FM Global. more
Rhode Island ranked 39th in terms of financial literacy, the lowest among the New England states, according to the latest survey by WalletHub, which rated the states and the District of Columbia on financial-education programs and consumer habits. more
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