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Joseph J. MarcAurele is chairman and CEO of Washington Trust Bancorp Inc., parent company of Westerly-based The Washington Trust Co. The company last week reported record earnings for 2015, marking the second year in a row with record-breaking profit. MarcAurele talks with Providence Business News about what it would take to continue the trend in 2016. more
In the worst start for the U.S. stock market since 2009, investors have been aggressively loading up on shares of companies with the sturdiest earnings momentum. more
Massachusetts’ chief securities regulator is pushing back against automated investment services, saying it’s not clear that they can act in the best interest of clients. more
Rhode Island and its designated region, as defined by the National Credit Union Administration, served 18.5 million members as of March 2016, marking a 4.4 percent jump compared with the previous year, according to data collected by Callahan & Associates. more
Parents coo and cheer as kids take their first steps, speak their first words, and eventually gambol through those schoolhouse doors. more
Randolph Bancorp last month announced it would conduct an initial public offering to raise money for future growth and its acquisition of a Boston-based bank. more
Consumer confidence cooled in the final week of January as American households tempered their views about the economy and their finances. more
If there’s one thing the recent news flow has shown, it’s that there are lots and lots and lots of things to be scared about, in financial markets and beyond. Famous short-seller Jim Chanos suggests there’s something people should add to the list: auto loans. more
Personal finance website GOBankingRates.com recently did the math and discovered just how much it would cost for a married couple in each state and the District of Columbia to get a divorce. more
Since a 2006 law allowed the creation of Roth 401(k)s, more and more companies have added a Roth 401(k) option in their retirement plans. However, a recent nationwide study shows that only 14 percent of employees are using this option. The problem: … more
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