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A team from the University of Rhode Island’s College of Business Administration won the student case competition at the 30th annual Minority Business Conference for the second consecutive year. more
(Updated, 3:19 p.m.) Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee on Tuesday issued a statement defending the need for Rhode Island to repay the 38 Studios moral obligation bonds and criticizing gubernatorial candidates Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung and Ken Block, who have voiced opposition to repayment. more
The University of Rhode Island’s College of Business Administration this month announced it would be offering the state’s first Master of Science in Finance program. more
Santander Bank, N.A. has committed a total of $1.3 million in grants to support low- and moderate-income neighborhoods in the city. more
(Updated, 3:26 p.m.) The city has filed a federal lawsuit against Santander Bank alleging that the financial institution ?discriminated against the city’s minority communities by refusing to make prime mortgage loans ?as required by the Fair Housing Act, according to a press release from Mayor Angel Taveras. more
Tax partner at Piccerelli, Gilstein & Co. LLP talks about her work and receiving an honor from the Tax Division of the American Institute of CPAs. more
Former Alex and Ani CEO Giovanni Feroce has formed an investment firm in Providence focused on backing retail and media ventures, he said in an interview with Providence Business News. The new firm, called GF Asset Management LLC, has about a dozen employees based in offices at 39 Pike St. in the Fox Point section of the city. more
The Washington Trust Co. has appointed a former Brown University trusts and estates manager as its new vice president, wealth-management officer. more
Customers of Savings Institute Bank & Trust will notice a fresh look to their online banking experience on Sept. 18 after the bank upgrades its Personal Online Banking and BOE Lite systems. more
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, Britain’s largest taxpayer-owned lender, posted a seventh straight annual loss after writing down its U.S. unit and forecast higher restructuring costs as it shrinks its investment bank. more
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