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Passenger traffic declined at T.F. Green in 2014 by 6 percent, with 3.57 million passengers compared with 3.8 million passengers the prior year, according to information released by the Rhode Island Airport Corp. on Thursday. more
HealthSource RI’s enrollment numbers continue to grow, with the agency reporting that 7,660 new customers have signed up for the health benefits exchange since Jan. 17. more
The final audit for fiscal 2014 showed that the city ended the year with a $4.8 million surplus, and that the School Department had an operational surplus of more than $500,000, according to the mayor’s office. more
UnitedHealth Group Inc., the biggest U.S. health insurer by sales, reported fourth-quarter profit that beat analysts’ estimates as revenue climbed in its technology and consulting group. more
More Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, a sign of lingering holiday turnover. more
Rhode Island had the highest child poverty rate in New England in 2013 at 21.5 percent, with Central Falls, Pawtucket, Providence and Woonsocket having the highest rates in the state, according to Rhode Island Kids Count. more
Bryant University has named Glenn M. Sulmasy, a U.S. Coast Guard Academy captain, as its first provost and chief academic officer, effective this March. more
Nicole Pollock will serve as chief innovation officer for Providence, a newly created position, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza said. more
The Wide World of Indoor Sports at Quonset Business Park is planning to build a second facility this year, according to information from the Quonset Development Corporation. more
Venture capitalists invested $124.1 million in Rhode Island companies in 2014, $42 million more than in 2013, and the largest amount to date, according to the MoneyTree Report by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and the National Venture Capital Association. more
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