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The General Assembly is in the midst of passing the supplemental budget for fiscal 2009, and neither the plan submitted by the House Finance Committee nor Gov. Donald L. Carcieri received much positive reaction from the public. more
As President Barack Obama attends the G-20 Summit in London, he faces calls from Europe to submit the American financial system to more stringent, international regulation. Is that path or more stimulus spending more likely to pull the world economy out of its tailspin? more
Yesterday the Chicago Sun-Times Co. declared bankruptcy, joining a growing list of newspapers that are finding it difficult to operate in today’s environment. Are news organizations’ economic troubles changing the way you are consuming news? more
General Motors Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner resigned Sunday, as a condition of the federal government continuing to support the troubled automaker. Was the administration correct in asking him to quit? more
In testimony before Congress, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke both called upon Congress to give the government the power to regulate nonbank financial institutions such as hedge funds. more
Success of the Obama administration’s plan to clean the balance sheets of banks of toxic assets is not a foregone conclusion. Some economists and politicians believe that it is only a transfer of … more
The R.I. Economic Development Corporation (EDC) just came out with its 2009 Economic Plan, and it differs from last year's focus on creating Innovation Economy jobs in a number of ways. Will the new plan make a difference in the state's economy in 2009? more
The world stock markets zoomed ahead yesterday largely on the strength of their reaction to the announcement by the Obama administration of the details of its plan to get the U.S. financial services sector back on its feet. Do you think it is a good plan? more
Portsmouth just held a town economic workshop to generate ideas for economic development in the town. More than 50 people showed up on a Saturday and in two three-hour sessions, led by an outside … more
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