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Webster Private Bank, from a purely economic point of view, estimates that Brexit – that is, last week’s British exit from the European Union – will not have a significant impact on global growth. more
(Updated 1:42 p.m.) Fellowship Health Resources, a Lincoln-based nonprofit behavioral health care organization with programs in eight states, benefited from the volunteer work of more than 45 CBIZ Tofias employees on Nov. 11 in celebration of the financial and professional services company’s 20th anniversary. more
It's no big secret that small businesses rule in Rhode Island. That's not to say big businesses play small roles, but with 96,166 small businesses employing more than half the state's private workforce – or 221,636 people – in 2012, the … more
Since launching a request for community investment on May 1 to help raise $600,000, Urban Greens Food Co-op has raised $206,000 from 45 individual investors since the beginning of June. more
Gregory Cabral is a managing partner of BlumShapiro’s Rhode Island Office. He talks about the firm’s move to Cranston, why it is growing and what it means for clients. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc., the regional lender spun off from Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, will offer a robo-advisory platform next year as the firm builds out its wealth-management business. more
Providence Business News recognized its 12 Business Excellence Award winners Thursday night at the Providence Marriott Downtown in front of a crowd of more than 200 people. more
(Updated 2:53 p.m.) Citizens Financial Group Inc. this week appointed veteran banker Malcolm Griggs to take over as chief risk officer and succeed the retiring Nancy Shanik. more
Bruce Van Saun is chairman and CEO of Citizens Financial Group Inc., the state’s largest bank with $140.1 billion in total assets. Van Saun talks with Providence Business News about the bank’s first-quarter earnings, its exposure to the struggling oil and gas markets and the Rhode Island economy. more
(Updated 11:40 a.m.) Women and racial minorities serving on company board of directors are typically compensated less than their peers, according to a new study by the University of Missouri and the University of Delaware. more
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