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The Providence Flea LLC, an open-air market of vintage goods, furniture and food, will expand its season and move this fall to a vacant parcel on the former Interstate 195 lands. more
The U.S. economy probably added fewer jobs in the year through March 2016 than previously reported, government figures showed. more
Dell Technologies wrapped up the acquisition of EMC Corp. in the largest technology deal in history, positioning the company to use its size to invest in new areas and fend off competition from the cloud and other rivals. more
For decades, a growing pool of college graduates poured into the U.S. labor market, boosting productivity and shaping America’s status as the world’s dominant economic power. more
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
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
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
The inconclusive August jobs report might not provide the Federal Reserve with the impetus it needs to take interest rates higher in the near future. more
Buick, the 117-year-old General Motors Co. brand seeking to shake its geriatric image, became the first from the U.S. to crack the top three in Consumer Reports’ reliability rankings, trailing only Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus and namesake marques. more
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