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One of the reasons given for allowing AIG's derivative traders to collect bonus pay for 2008 is that they were part of the employment contracts the company signed with them. At the same time, … more
In the Information Age, only the latest will do. Consumers and companies demand the most up-to-date. When was the last time your company redesigned its Web site? 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
One of the pieces of the federal economic stimulus package put into law a few weeks ago was an expansion of the tax credits for the installation of renewable energy systems. Will you be taking advantage of them any time soon? more
A large part of the federal stimulus package is designed to rebuild roads and other transportation infrastructure. But mass transit in Rhode Island generally means RIPTA buses, not trains. When was the last time you road a RIPTA bus? more
In December, Gov. Donald L. Carcieri proposed a $200 million small-business stimulus package that included a commitment by eight banks to lend as much as $165 million … more
When Gov. Donald L. Carcieri presented his 2010 budget yesterday, he proposed using stimulus package funds to help shore up a projected $500 million-plus deficit. Should his efforts to balance the state's budget include eliminating general revenue sharing with municipalities? more
The ferry between Providence and Newport was cut this year because of state funding; should the service be reinstated or was it a waste of money? 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
Earlier this year, the price of fuel skyrocketed, driving prices for transportation, food and building materials up. But once the subprime mortgage meltdown caused the economy to crater, and thus … more
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