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MIKEL Inc., a woman-owned, military technology support company, won two government contracts totaling $35.7 million for work with Newport’s Naval Undersea Warfare Center, according to separate announcements by the company on Tuesday. more
Purchases of new U.S. homes in September stayed close to an almost nine-year high, showing residential real estate was maintaining momentum heading into the quieter selling season. more
Since 1995, durable goods (cars, televisions, computers and the like) have been getting cheaper in the U.S. That’s even as the prices of services and nondurables have mostly kept rising. The … more
Contracts to purchase previously owned homes unexpectedly dropped in January by the most in two years, representing a setback in residential real estate leading up to the spring selling season. more
Renovation of a historic, five-story building in the Financial District of downtown will receive $482,000 in state historic preservation tax credits, according to the R.I. Division of Taxation. more
1 What notable trends are you seeing in both domestic and international travel? We're seeing a general uptick in domestic tours, due in part to the national parks celebrating their centennial anniversary and media surrounding trending … more
As president of the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, I have been invited into hundreds of businesses in all parts of the state. Chamber members have been extremely generous in sharing their stories and confiding how they shake off their … more
The path to freedom from student debt is a long, winding, and arduous one with no end in sight for millennials. A new survey conducted online in February by research agency TNS on behalf of Citizens Bank found 59 percent of those polled have “no idea” when they will be able to pay back their student debt. more
Providence Business News is now gathering information for our list of General Contractors, which publishes in our March 17 issue. more
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams said the U.S. economy appears to be weathering cooler global growth and he repeated that the central bank will raise interest rates at a gradual pace. more
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