Updated February 27 at 4:27pm
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From increasing home sales to profits in the financial services sector, there are signs that the worst of the recession may be over. more
Last week Lifespan announced that it was considering merging the operations of The Miriam Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital in a cost-saving measure. Management said there would be no job or … more
The General Assembly recently passed bills (although the two pieces of legislation must be reconciled and re-passed) to put the issue of contracting the state's name onto the ballot next year. more
The latest requests for rate hikes by the state’s dominant health insurers – more
Here we are, in the last two weeks of June, and once again the state’s budget has just been introduced in the General Assembly by the House leadership. Are the House of Representative’s plans to balance the budget good for the state? The projected deficit for fiscal year 2010 … more
Vice President Joe Biden and the rest of the Obama Administration’s delegation to the U.S. Conference of Mayors annual meeting canceled their scheduled appearance due to picketing by Providence’s fire fighters union. Does the picketing do more harm than good to the city? more
National Grid requested an 11.2 percent rate hike in its electricity transmission rate last week. Is the utility justified in asking for a rate increase at this time? more
The question of when to expand your work force is always tricky, but never more so than coming out of a recession. If you hire too early, on an overly optimistic reading of the situation, you can … more
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