Updated June 30 at 5:30pm
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Congress is still debating the nearly $1 trillion stimulus bill. How should Rhode Island be spending the money that comes its way from the federal stimulus package? more
A number of cities across the country have used above-ground light rail to revitalize their cores. Providence Mayor David N. Cicilline is an advocate of bringing light rail to the streets of the … more
Rhode Island lost 22,000 jobs in 2008, as the state's unemployment rate rose to 10 percent, second in the nation to Michigan, and the highest the state has achieved using the current methodology since 1982. more
It is March already and the State of Rhode Island has yet to formally decide how it will close the $360-odd million budget deficit by the end of June. One thing that nearly every political leader agrees on is … more
A recent poll by the Knights of Columbus and the Marist College Institute of Public Opinion found that three-quarters of Americans think the moral compass of corporate America is pointing in the wrong direction. Do you think executives have been behaving unethically in the last five years? more
It was revealed over the weekend that AIG, a company that has received more than $170 billion in federal bailout funds since last fall, is committed to paying derivatives traders $165 million in bonuses. Should the company be allowed to do it? more
In these difficult times, companies need as many good ideas as they can get, and one way to help generate them is to have a fully engaged staff. There are multiple ways to create robust … more
The public’s reaction to the taxpayer-financed bailouts of American financial services companies and automakers is expected to reach a fever pitch next week, when on April 15, people all over the country will rally to reduce government spending and taxes. more
Whether it is the election of President Barack Obama or the worsening economy that is causing it, there is no question that gun sales are spiking in Rhode Island. Is that a problem? more
When Brown University bought the Old Stone Bank building in 1995 for $1.15 million, the school said that it planned to use the neoclassical building as the home for the Haffenreffer Museum of … more
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