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Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester said the economy is ripe for an interest-rate increase and repeated that the Fed’s November meeting should be viewed as “live” for a policy decision, despite its proximity to the U.S. presidential election. more
A Morgan Stanley unit allegedly set up a high-pressure contest to spur financial advisers to cross-sell loans backed by investment accounts in an effort to boost banking and lending business and gain ground on rivals, the Massachusetts securities regulator said in a complaint against the company. more
William F. Hatfield has been elected board chairman of the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, according to an announcement by the organization Tuesday. more
There has been almost no change in the amount of foreclosure petitions filed by lenders in Massachusetts over the past year. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo opened the second round of the state’s Innovation Voucher Program for applications on Tuesday at an event hosted by Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School. more
About 4,000 Rhode Islanders are eligible for tax credits that could reduce the cost of their health insurance, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which said it is trying to improve its communication effort to reach these individuals and households. more
Brown University Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz has been awarded the Nobel prize in physics “for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter” by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. more
A report released by the United Health Foundation ranked the health of women and children in Rhode Island as ninth best in the nation, according to a recent release by the organization. more
With time ticking down for public comment on how the state should fix the deteriorating Route 6-10 connector in Providence, city officials have proposed an alternate plan for a parkway that runs from Roger Williams Park to downtown. more
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development has received a National Dislocated Worker Grant award of $784,648, the U.S. Department of Labor announced Monday. more
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