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BROWN UNIVERSITY was the only Rhode Island college to rank among the top 50 schools in Money magazine's new ranking of U.S. colleges and universities released Monday. Brown ranked No. 19, while Bryant University ranked No. 86 and Providence College ranked No. 114. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Money magazine names Brown University 19th best school in U.S.

PROVIDENCE – Money magazine has named Brown University the 19th best school overall and the 15th best private school in its inaugural value ranking...
AN SEC FILING by Providence Journal parent A.H. Belo Corp. showed Wednesday that the newspaper more than doubled its profit in the second quarter to $2.1 million. A.H. Belo announced last week that it had agreed to sell the Journal and its production facility to GateHouse Media affiliate New Media Investment Group Inc. / PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD

ProJo more than doubles profit in 2Q as revenue climbs 1.1%

(Updated, 11:30 a.m.) DALLAS – The Providence Journal’s second-quarter profit more than doubled to $2.1 million, as revenue grew 1.1 percent to $22.3 million compared...
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Five Questions With: Kevin McNally

Kevin McNally is the president and founder of Interactive Palette Inc., a Web design and marketing company based in Fall River. McNally spoke with...

New Cessna jet hits flight milestone

PROVIDENCE – Cessna Aircraft Co., a member of the Textron Aviation subsidiary of Textron Inc., celebrated the successful first flight last week of the...

TBNG Consulting opens Warwick office

WARWICK – TBNG Consulting, an IT consulting firm based in West Haven, Conn., has launched a new office in Warwick, citing the city’s location...

GTECH signs seven-year deal with Tennessee lottery

PROVIDENCE – GTECH Corp. has signed a seven-year instant-ticket lottery gaming system and services contract with the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation, the Providence gaming-tech...

Amazing Charts sees market in continuing education

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Eighty-one percent of physicians surveyed by electronic health record developer Amazing Charts LLC said they would like to see a more...
PROVIDENCE JOURNAL parent A.H. Belo Corp. reported that revenue remained flat in the second quarter compared with the previous year, as net income was boosted by a significant gain based on the sale of Apartments.com. Last week, A.H. Belo announced it would sell the Journal to GateHouse Media affiliate New Media Investment Group Inc. for $46 million. / PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD

A.H. Belo revenue flat for 2Q, earnings boosted by one-time gain

DALLAS – One week after announcing an agreement to sell the Providence Journal for $46 million in cash to New Media Investment Group Inc.,...

Bristol Industrial Park renovation to receive $400K in historic tax credits

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation has approved Mosaico Business & Community Development Corp.’s restoration of the Bristol Industrial Park as the latest...
THE U.S. DEPARTMENT of Health and Human Services reported Thursday that UnitedHealthcare of New England owes $48,696 in refunds to Rhode Island consumers under an Affordable Care Act rule that requires insurers to pay refunds if they spend too high a percentage of premium dollars on profits and red tape. Above, a chart showing the percentage of enrollees nationwide covered by companies compliant with the rule in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

UnitedHealthcare owes nearly $50K in refunds to R.I. consumers

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island large-group insurance customers will receive $48,696 in health insurance refunds under the Affordable Care Act, according to a U.S. Department...
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