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A famous Renoir painting, 2006 Ford GT sports car and an assortment of Japanese swords were some of the assets collected and sold by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Rhode Island in fiscal 2015. more
The federal government and the R.I. Department of Transportation have signed a consent decree that commits the state agency to spend $111.9 million over 10 years to reduce the flow of pollutants into the state’s bodies of water through stormwater systems. more
Summer Infant Inc. saw its loss increase 37.6 percent in the first quarter to $333,000, or 2 cents per diluted share, from a loss of $242,000, or 1 cent per diluted share, in the first quarter of 2015. more
Those awaiting the start of the civil suit regarding 38 Studios LLC will have to hold out at least a couple weeks longer, as the start date has been pushed back. more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau last week reached a settlement with payday lender EZCorp Inc., which must pay $10.5 million in penalties and refunds. more
Rhode Island’s Medicaid budget is fatter by more than $2.4 million, thanks to the settlement of a lawsuit with Wyeth, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pfizer Inc. The resolution of the settlement claims Wyeth knowingly underpaid rebates owed under the Medicaid Drug Rebate Program for the company’s sales of Protonix Oral and Protonix IV between 2001 and 2006. more
Three former executives at Summer Infant who are being sued for alleged trade secret theft are speaking out. more
Volkswagen AG is facing new lawsuits by New York and at least two other states over the environmental damage caused by devices designed to help the carmaker’s diesel vehicles cheat pollution-control tests. more
A settlement allowing the parent companies of Stop & Shop and Hannaford Supermarket to merge requires the companies to divest 81 stores nationwide, including eight in Massachusetts. more
The state Supreme Court on Monday affirmed an earlier judgment of the Superior Court that said documents relating to a state police investigation of an underage- drinking incident at former Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee’s Exeter property involving his son are not subject to public disclosure. more
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