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The Arcade Providence reopened to the public after a five-year hiatus Oct. 21. Ten new shops and one restaurant began serving customers. Those businesses are expected to be joined by six more on the first floor of the Arcade in the next few months. more
The General Assembly is about to study eliminating the state’s sales tax. Given the expected expansion of gambling in Massachusetts and Rhode Island’s reliance on gambling revenue to balance its books, is eliminating the sales tax a sound fiscal idea? more
Congress and the president continue to talk about potential solutions to the continuing political crisis involving the federal government shutdown and the extension of the U.S. debt ceiling. Have … more
A 2012 state law gives certain musical and theatrical productions a 25 percent tax credit against production, performance and transportation spending of the show. To qualify, productions must either … more
HealthSourceRI, the state’s health benefits exchange, goes live Oct. 1, at healthsourceri.com, for informational/shopping purposes. Do you feel comfortable that you know enough to make an informed choice for yourself, your company, your employees? more
Last week the Business Innovation Factory held its ninth Collaborative Innovation Summit, an event dedicated to inspiring new ways to tackle old problems as well as engage the entrepreneur in us all. Is it something you have attended or would want to? more
With the voters of Plainville, Mass., overwhelmingly approving the building of a slots parlor at the Plainridge Racecourse, the region is one step closer to seeing more gambling competition. What should Rhode Island do about it? more
Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee has decided to not seek a second term. Will the state be better off by his not running, or not? more
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is looking to change the rules for the recognition of Native American tribes by the federal government, essentially rolling back the decision made by the U.S. Supreme … more
In the last two years, Rhode Island has reported issuing more than $52 million in tax credits and incentives as part of six programs. Are the state’s tax credit programs a good way to invest in its economy? more
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