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The New England Institute of Technology will offer a new associate degree in civil engineering technology that incorporates practical training, starting this fall. more
The R.I. Department of Environmental Management has issued water quality certificates to Deepwater Wind LLC, deeming the company’s Block Island Wind Farm project to be in compliance with state wildlife protection regulations and the Clean Water Act. more
Two Rhode Island legislators investigating the collapse of former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s bankrupt video-game company have received poison-pen letters. more
GTECH S.p.A. saw its total revenue decline 2 percent to €781.3 million ($1.08 billion based on the exchange rate of $1.38 per euro on March 31) during the first quarter of 2014, compared with €797.5 million ($1.1 billion) for the same period a year earlier. more
For the ninth time, Providence Business News, in conjunction with the Best Companies Group, has announced the awardees of the Best Places To Work competition. Top honorees will be named in each of four size categories at an awards gala at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Thursday, June 12. more
The R.I. Executive Climate Change Council on Thursday released its preliminary report, outlining key objectives and recommended actions aimed to help the state prepare for the environmental and economic impacts of climate change. more
Bristol County, Mass., foreclosure starts climbed 94.6 percent in March compared with the same period last year, The Warren Group said Thursday. more
A $17.8 billion submarine contract, the biggest weapons deal announced by the U.S. military in more than a dozen years, kept Pentagon awards from sinking last month. more
Stanford University’s decision this week to end investments in coal companies may bolster student- led campaigns to stop climate change that have spread to hundreds of U.S. college campuses. more
Bank of America Corp.’s gaffe on U.S. stress tests has meant “tough consequences” for investors, CEO Brian T. Moynihan said Wednesday as his staff and directors regrouped to figure out what went wrong. more
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