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The University of Rhode Island is now offering the Peace Corps Prep Program to its undergraduate students, making it the first college or university in the state to do so. more
The index of U.S. leading economic indicators decreased in January for a second month, reflecting a slump in stock prices as well as a pickup in jobless claims that has since reversed. more
For the second year in a row, Rhode Island ranked first in the nation for its high percentage of structurally deficient bridges. more
Barnes Building & Management Group is facing a proposed fine of $59,290 from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration in connection with a structural steel collapse at Bryant University in September that injured six workers. more
The Smaller Business Association of New England has extended the deadline for nominations to March 4 for this year’s New England Innovation Awards program. more
The Massachusetts economy is “emitting mixed signals,” according to the latest MassBenchmarks Current Economic Index. more
Venture capitalists invested $16.3 million in Rhode Island companies in 2015, considerably less than in 2014, when venture capital investments topped $124 million. more
U.S. manufacturing output rose in January by the most since July 2015, a sign the industry was starting to stabilize at the beginning of the year. more
Investors are overestimating Banco Santander SA’s capital needs and the threat that Brazil’s economic downturn poses to profit, executive Chairman Ana Botin said in a letter to shareholders. more
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell earned $34.1 million in salary and bonus in 2014, a year in which Ray Rice’s high-profile domestic assault case prompted some women’s advocacy groups to call for Goodell’s ouster. more
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