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Why are interest rates so low? For macroeconomists, this is one of the Big Questions in the world today. more
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology rejected demands from a student-led group to divest its $13.5 billion endowment of fossil-fuel investments, joining universities such as Harvard and Yale. more
Despite strengthening its asset quality, Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. on Monday reported net income falling 3.1 percent to $10.2 million in this year’s third quarter, a drop it attributes largely to stiff competition in the lending market. more
Citizens Bank this month announced it’s leading a $27 million financing deal for the Moses Brown School in Providence. more
It came through loud and clear in Tuesday’s presidential debate: Republicans don't like Wall Street. They don’t like its behavior before the 2008 financial meltdown. more
Operating solely in South County with about $300 million in assets, The Washington Trust Co. was a relatively small fish when David V. Devault joined the bank back in 1986. But there was definitely reason for Devault to be optimistic about … more
Millennials are increasingly shunning big banks and going local with their money. more
Fidelity Charitable is now allowing its asset donors to support charities through bitcoin, which the group says can be less expensive for the donor and easier to accept for the recipient. more
Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory services firm with an office in Providence, said Friday that it will merge with Philadelphia-based Smart, Devine & Co. LLC, an accounting and consulting firm. more
The U.S. Small Business Administration of Rhode Island this month graduated six small-business owners who successfully completed a federal training program that’s focused on businesses poised for growth. more
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