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U.S. stocks fell Monday, with equities down for a fifth consecutive session, as raw-material and energy shares retreated amid more signs of slowing in China, while biotechnology companies extended last week’s selloff. more
Aspen Aerogels Inc., an energy technology company, reported a 20 percent increase in revenue in 2015, to $122.5 million, and narrowed its loss for the year to $6.4 million, or 28 cents per diluted share. more
Bad brokers don’t leave the business; they just move on to a different firm. That is one of the key findings of a study of broker misconduct by professors at the business schools of the University of Minnesota. more
Are U.S. stocks really still in a bull market? Technically, yes. Only a bear market can kill a bull market, and traditionally it takes a 20 percent plunge from a peak to mark the beginning of one. The S&P 500 is down about 4 percent from … more
Banco Santander SA’s profit fell in the second quarter as Spain’s biggest bank absorbed costs from closing branches and cutting jobs in its home market, where its lending business showed further signs of pressure. more
Thomas R. Bryan is a financial adviser at Bryan & Associates, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. A global association recently recognized him for demonstrating “exceptional professional knowledge, client service and ethical conduct,” which he talks about with Providence Business News. more
Senate President M. Teresa Paiva Weed, D-Newport, has held the post since 2009. She discusses the state's current economic health, what voters can expect from the Senate in 2016 and why she supports a proposed Tiverton casino. … more
Bank of America Corp., the second-biggest U.S. bank by assets, posted higher profit in each of its four main businesses as bond-trading revenue increased more than analysts estimated. more
Middle-market private equity firm Nautic Partners LLC said it has completed fundraising for its eighth fund, closing on $900 million after raising its cap due to strong demand from new and existing investors. more
Five years ago, Durval Tavares, president and CEO of Aquabotix Technology Corp., moved his company into an incubator run by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth for a seven-month stay. In October, following steady growth at other … more
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