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Practicing surgeon from Providence discusses his new book, “The Cost of Cutting: A Surgeon Reveals the Truth Behind a Multibillion-Dollar Industry.” more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a statement discouraging the use of laparoscopic power breaking up and removal of the uterus or uterine fibroids, a recommendation Women & Infants urogynecologist Dr. Charles Rardin is arguing against. more
The Rhode Island Consortium for Autism Research and Treatment, a group of the state’s leading experts on autism research, education, health and services, is currently enrolling new participants in its confidential statewide registry. more
The R.I. Executive Office of Health and Human Services announced that it will allow families to extend RIte Care coverage immediately as opposed to waiting for their renewal notices. more
Quality assurance manager of BlumShapiro’s Providence office talks about recent updates from Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board. more
Wells Fargo is accepting applications through Oct. 1 from companies interested in joining the bank’s new boot camp for financial services innovators. more
Parents plan to cover about two-thirds of the cost of their children’s college education and expect the children to provide the remaining one-third from part-time jobs, saving and student loans, according to Fidelity Investments’ eighth annual College Savings Indicator Study. more
BayCoast Bank has begun construction on its new branch in the South Dartmouth section of Dartmouth, the bank’s 18th location in the Massachusetts south coast region. A groundbreaking was held at the site on Aug. 14. more
After reportedly being valued at $3 billion by Facebook and then at $10 billion by Alibaba – neither deal actually happened – the ephemeral messaging service Snapchat is finally getting a revenue stream. After deliberating for more than a year on how to make money, its solution is the most unoriginal imaginable: advertising. more
At his Aug. 13 press conference to present the Bank of England’s quarterly inflation report, Gov. Mark Carney sashayed around a direct question asking whether an early interest-rate increase might be a helpful way to ensure borrowing costs rise only slowly and gradually. Minutes of the central bank’s most recent policy meeting, released Aug. 20, suggest his discomfort was warranted – and that an increase is likely even before wages start to grow. more
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