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When leaders of the state’s largest public employees union initially balked at letting rank-and-file members vote on a tentative deal with Gov. Donald L. Carcieri to avert layoffs, the governor refused to continue negotiating. more
Last week, Providence Business News awarded the 2009 Rhode Island Innovation Awards, many of which were given to startups and early-stage companies. How would you make the decision of where to locate a company you founded? more
Brown University has proposed adding 300 to 400 new beds to its supply of dormitories, with the stated purpose being to bring more upperclassmen back on campus (as it is, 80 percent of seniors live off-campus). more
President Barack Obama’s speech last week to a joint session of Congress brought the debate over health care reform back to the forefront of public discussion. Where do you stand on the issue of a public insurance option? more
The death of U.S. Sen. Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy last week after a long illness allowed his many supporters the chance to say goodbye and assess his legacy. Will businesses see it the same way that progressives do? more
The summer recess for many members of Congress has not been a time to relax. Town hall meetings across the country have been disrupted by attendees shouting down representatives and senators, especially when the discussions turn to health care reform. more
The ‘Cash for Clunkers’ program is being credited with raising new car sales in July, so much so that the initial round of funding was in danger of running out without Congressional action. At … more
From increasing home sales to profits in the financial services sector, there are signs that the worst of the recession may be over. more
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