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The fewest Americans in four decades filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, continuing to unwind an early-July surge that was probably tied to mid-year factory shutdowns and school vacations. more
Bank of America Corp. CEO Brian T. Moynihan named the fourth finance chief of his tenure in a broad shakeup as he seeks to overcome regulatory hurdles and reverse shrinking revenue. more
The City Council has established a uniform tax incentive policy for the lands being marketed for development along the former Interstate 195 corridor, as well as undeveloped land in the Capital Center district. more
Rhode Island’s minimum wage is actually $9.17 per hour, not $9, when adjusted for cost of living, according to The Washington Post. more
A popular craft-beer pub in Westerly will expand into a location in the Kinsley Building in downtown Providence, the first commercial tenant confirmed for the former office building. more
The R.I. Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner is developing an online data warehouse for the state’s three public institutions of higher education that it hopes to launch next summer. more
(Updated 3:49 p.m. and 11:13 a.m.) Ava Anderson Non Toxic is moving to the American Tourister Mill in Warren on Aug. 1. more
(updated 2:48 p.m.) Rob Levine & Associates, a personal injury law firm, is offering free car rides in Providence and Newport as part of a marketing effort. more
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc., parent of The Washington Trust Co., plans to open two branches, one on the East Side of Providence later this year and another in Coventry next year, Chairman and CEO Joseph J. MarcAurele said this week. more
The Middletown Historical Society has won a $67,200 federal grant to capture the story behind the Battle of Rhode Island in August 1778. more
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