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In a move that will quadruple the size of New Bedford’s Captain Paul Cuffe Park, a $300,000 grant has allowed the New Bedford Whaling Museum to move forward with the design and planning process for a renovated green space in the city’s historic district. more
Randall, Realtors, a division of The Randall Family of Companies, announced Wednesday that the firm has established itself as a privately-owned, independent brokerage after operating as a privately-owned, independent brokerage after operating as part of a franchise. more
The New England Institute of Technology established a College of Graduate and Professional Studies under the direction of Douglas H. Sherman, NEIT senior vice president and provost, according to an announcement made Friday. more
One of the city’s groundbreaking restaurants restaurants today announced it will close its doors. The owners of Local 121, Nancy and Josh Miller said in a statement today the downtown restaurant will cease operations on March 11. more
Dozens of currency traders at some of the world’s biggest banks, from Credit Suisse Group AG to Bank of America Corp., have been named in a South African probe into an alleged scheme by the dealers to manipulate the value of the rand. more
The six largest U.S. banks could see annual profit jump by an average of 14 percent if President Donald Trump delivers on his promise to cut corporate taxes. more
Kevin Drum spots a great quote from Republican Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., who is concerned about Republican hypocrisy: “I hope we’re not going to a place where all of the sudden, because we’re in office, we don’t think the deficit matters anymore.” more
For a glimpse at how Donald Trump’s “America first” approach to immigrants may affect the meat industry in the United States - the world’s largest beef producer - look no further than across the northern border to Canada. more
Kraft Heinz Co. made a $143 billion offer for Unilever, attempting the largest-ever takeover in the food or beverage industry to create a consumer-goods giant with household names from Dove soap to Heinz ketchup. more
(Updated, 9:11 a.m.) Connecting for Children and Families, a Woonsocket-based social services and nonprofit organization, completed its first cohort and is now recruiting applicants for a second seven-week Real Jobs Rhode Island-funded career readiness workshop at the Northern Rhode Island Career Academy. more
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