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Reputation, cybersecurity and social media are the major issues of concern for members of boards of directors, according to the results of a survey of 250 boards done during the first quarter of 2014 by the New York-based accounting firm EisnerAmper, which provides audit, tax and advisory services to the financial services industry. more
Capital Good Fund, in partnership with National Grid, offers an interest-free DoubleGreen Home Loan to improve energy efficiency. more
Citizens Financial Group has appointed Anthony Bedikian as managing director of global markets for its commercial banking business. He will oversee the bank’s growing teams that provide foreign exchange and interest rate services to commercial customers. more
Owner of Web-development and digital-marketing firm Ella J Designs talks about working with her clients in the financial services industry. more
The Center for Women and Enterprise is sponsoring three free workshops on the topics of entrepreneurship, financing and business structure on Aug. 1. more
The high cost of college has many young graduates reeling under the burden of student loan debt in a sluggish economy that no longer promises a job as a result of a college degree. more
The Washington Trust Co.’s multi-pronged growth strategy is paying off, as the state’s largest community bank registered a 9.1 percent year-over-year net income gain in the second quarter, despite a 6.2 percent decline in total interest and noninterest income. more
Of all the outrages endured during the financial crisis, perhaps the most perplexing involved money-market mutual funds. In an example of moral hazard writ large, this uninsured risk instrument – with $2.57 trillion in assets – somehow became too big to fail. Five years later, the Securities and Exchange Commission is finally taking steps to address this. more
Narragansett Bay Insurance Co. CEO Todd Hart recently announced the promotions of 13 employees. more
If you care at all about what academic macroeconomists are cooking up (or if you do any macro investing), you might want to check out the latest economics blog discussion about the big change that happened in the late ’70s and early ’80s. Here’s a post by the University of Chicago ecnomist John Cochrane, and here’s one by Oxford’s Simon Wren-Lewis that includes links to most of the other contributions. more
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