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America’s service industries expanded in August at the weakest pace in six years, joining manufacturers in an abrupt slowdown that may signal waning optimism about the economy. more
Stephen A. Atlas is an assistant professor of marketing with the college of business administration at the University of Rhode Island. Atlas is embarking on a new study looking at human behavior as it relates to financial literacy. He talks with Providence Business News about the resiliency of financial literacy education, the scope of his research and what he hopes to achieve. more
A ribbon cutting will be held for the new $68 million Richard E. Beaupre Center for Chemical and Forensic Sciences at the University of Rhode Island on Tuesday morning. more
The antibacterial ingredients found in many hand soaps will be banned from sale in the U.S. under a new Food and Drug Administration rule meant to curb unintended effects, such as bacterial resistance or affecting hormone levels. more
The stock market of the late 1990s is remembered mostly for high-flying dotcom equities that eventually crashed back to earth. more
Drinks flowed as hedge fund titan Robert Mercer, dressed as Mandrake the Magician, partied with Donald Trump, dressed as, well, Donald Trump. more
Elite Physical Therapy announced that four of its doctors of physical therapy – Meghan Yole, Leanne Monteiro, Mark Mahnensmith and Sarah Johnson – recently received specialty board certification in orthopedics. more
Kent Hospital recently presented Barbara Moulton, a registered nurse working in the hospital’s dialysis unit, with this summer’s DAISY Award, which is part of the DAISY Foundation’s program to recognize above-and-beyond efforts performed by nurses. more
Filings for unemployment benefits in the U.S. rebounded last week from a four-decade low while remaining consistent with a firm labor market. more
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