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Sales at U.S. retailers rose in July on growing demand for everything from cars to clothing, and a decline the previous month was wiped away, signaling consumers are propelling growth in the world’s largest economy. more
An increase in consumer purchases in November was accompanied by rising wages and scant inflation, indicating the biggest part of the U.S. economy will continue to underpin growth. more
Millennials are developing a taste for expensive - and even luxury - automobiles and taking out cheap leases so they can afford them. more
As you’ve no doubt heard, China has devalued its currency. The exchange rate between the yuan (also known as renminbi, or RMB) and the dollar is always controlled by the Chinese government, which sets a value and allows the rate to trade in a narrow band around that value. more
The dollar fell from a four-month high after a private report showed July jobs growth was lower than forecast. more
Paula Grammas, an international leader in the study of Alzheimer’s disease, has been named director of the neuroscience institute at the University of Rhode Island. more
“Simplify, simplify,” urged Thoreau. No friend of taxation, he might have been envisioning the modern Internal Revenue Code. more
Providence College will break ground Oct. 2 on its new Arthur & Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies, enabling the housing of the discipline for the first time under one roof. more
Construction has begun on a new, three-level building at the existing Village at South County Commons, next to the Hampton Inn. The new building will cover 22,000 square feet. The first tenant, Narragansett Bay Pediatrics, has already signed a lease … more
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