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Books on the Square Manager Jennifer Kandarian rings up Katherine Schoppel of Providence. The Wayland Square business is a throwback to a time before digital technology changed so much of the publishing landscape. The bookstore founded in 1992 is a brick-and-mortar survivor, with a strong focus on fiction and children’s books. Owners Rodney and Mercedes Clifton bought it out of receivership in 2007 and after some lean years say the business is now breaking even. more
Alex and Ani LLC has been chosen to participate in the second-annual New York Fashion Tech Lab as a returning founding member. more
United Natural Foods Inc., a distributor of natural, organic and specialty products, released second-quarter earnings this week, showing an increase in sales, but a decline in profit. more
Top executives at CVS Health Corp. are reaping the benefits of an overall lucrative 2014 that exceeded analysts’ predictions after the company elimination of about $2 billion in tobacco sales, according to a federal filing. more
The severe snowstorms in February temporarily slowed the Massachusetts economy, but do not appear to have derailed the “healthy expansion” that the state has experienced in recent quarters, according to the latest MassBenchmarks brief. more
Service industries in the U.S. expanded in July at the fastest pace since December 2005, showing the economy was building more momentum at the start of the second half of 2014. more
Alex and Ani LLC has named Harlan M. Kent president of the company. The former CEO of Yankee Candle has nearly 30 years of experience working in consumer-focused public and private businesses. more
(Updated 11:01 a.m.) Tiffany & Co., the world’s second-largest luxury jewelry chain, predicted a 30 percent decline in net income this quarter as currency headwinds and sluggish sales hamper results. more
When it comes to U.S. economic growth, wages may never have been this important. more
For the fifth week in a row, gasoline prices have increased in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, according to AAA Northeast. more
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