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PROVIDENCE – Rosciti Construction Corp. and Wallace Construction Corp., along with four of the companies' current and former owners and officers, will pay $1 million to resolve civil allegations they violated the Federal False Claims Act. … more
PROVIDENCE – R.I. Commerce Corp. authorized the payment of real estate or job-creation tax credits to three companies Dec. 19 totaling more than $10.4 million. Virgin Pulse Inc., an employee-wellness program based in Framingham, Mass., … more
1 You recently won re-election to a 10th term as mayor, with 65 percent of the vote. Many incumbents were tossed statewide. What was the difference in Warwick? I believe that people in the city know the policies and issues that I want to … more
Halfway across the world, in the Indian Ocean, far from the southeast coast of Africa, lies a remarkable inspiration for Rhode Island's economic development. The tiny island nation of Mauritius is an economic success story. Says a report from the … more
State and federal environmental agencies on Thursday filed two lawsuits in the U.S. District Court of Rhode Island seeking financial relief from dozens of businesses, municipalities and federal agencies it says are responsible for the costs to clean up a defunct hazardous-waste site in Lincoln and Cumberland. more
As of November, Rhode Island has regained 92.5 percent of the jobs it lost during the recession, the state Department of Labor and Training said recently. more
A $700,000 grant from the state has been awarded to the University of Rhode Island’s Institute for Integrated Health and Innovation to test the planning and implementation of a federally funded program that evaluates health care reform models. more
Washington County residents are getting the most value for the property taxes they pay, according to SmartAsset’s latest study. more
The U.S. economy expanded more than previously reported last quarter on bigger contributions from a range of factors including services spending, intellectual property and construction by state and local governments. more
Bank of America Corp. doesn’t expect Donald Trump’s election to jolt the U.S. economy next year, but its corporate customers are enthusiastic and already seeking funds to expand, according to CEO Brian Moynihan. more
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