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NEW YORK - U.S. holiday sales grew at their fastest pace in almost a decade, lifted by a strengthening economy and consumers spreading out their purchases over a longer season, according to … more
School still pays. The cost of earning a college degree pays off with consistently higher lifetime earnings, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. more
The fewest Americans in nine weeks filed applications for unemployment benefits, a sign of further strength in the labor market that will continue to support the U.S. expansion. more
Joe O’Connor, general manager of Rhode Island Public Radio, will leave his position at the end of the month to become general manager of WFAE-FM 90.7 and president of the University Radio Foundation in Charlotte, N.C. more
Domino’s Pizza is holding a hiring day across all of New England on Jan. 14, and is looking for approximately 125 employees to staff its 24 Rhode Island stores. more
Charlie Hebdo, the French magazine where shootings today killed at least 12 people, has a long history of bold satire skewering politicians, pop stars and religious fundamentalists of all stripes. more
Treasuries gained for a second day, extending an advance that made them the world’s best-performing government bonds in dollar terms over the past month. more
Only one of every 17 cents coming from state car registration fees and gas taxes actually goes toward maintenance of Rhode Island’s bridges, a Roger Williams University scholar has found. more
Sometimes a teddy bear just won’t cut it. In an era of iPhones, PlayStations and touchscreen tablets, toymakers are pulling out all the stops to hold the attention of today’s little humans. more
Another week, another double-digit decline in gasoline prices in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. more
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