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WILLIAM F. HATFIELD, the head of Bank of America in Rhode Island, says the state has plenty of business opportunities. /

Hatfield sees cooperation, <br>progress ahead for the state

As the head of Bank of America in Rhode Island – the country’s largest bank and second in the state by deposit market share...

Landmark seeking to sell stake in Rehab Hospital

A St. Louis-based company that specializes in rehabilitative care is seeking to buy a majority stake in the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island, in...

Are you a ‘motor carrier’? Regs may make you one

A change in federal law and accompanying regulations will soon define a wide range of companies that operate trucks – including those that transport...
DR. HARRY C. SAX, surgeon in chief at The Miriam Hospital, had first used a surgical robot at the University of Rochester, N.Y. He pushed Miriam to bring one to Rhode Island. /

Miriam seeks to expand use of its surgical robot

A surgical robot introduced last November at The Miriam Hospital has been embraced far more quickly than anyone predicted, with more than 120 surgeries...

Boxing with Nintendo to reverse harm from stroke

On a recent day, a determined grandmother sat in front of a television in Warwick, jabbing repeatedly at the screen with a loose fist.The...

Business support for the arts<br> bolsters R.I.’s economy

The arts define Providence. Mention the Renaissance City to most out-of-staters and they are likely to bring up “WaterFire Providence,” the seasonal art installation...

Growth slows on the Web

The Washington Trust Co. is promoting it as an environmentalist move. Sign up for online bill payments, a new campaign says, and you will...

Home loan brokers will need license

To state Sen. William Walaska, it didn’t make sense that Rhode Island regulated professionals such as auctioneers and travel agents, but not people who...

Mass. auto coverage reforms face much criticism

Massachusetts’ move toward a more competitive auto insurance industry is facing resistance.Some consumer advocates are criticizing the state insurance commissioner’s proposed “managed competition” rules,...
HAMILTON HARBOUR, a condo complex carved out of two old mills in North Kingstown, needed extensive repairs this year. Webster Bank provided $400,000 in financing.  /

Webster carves out niche lending to condo groups

Things seemed to go bad all at once at Hamilton Harbour.Rot ate away at the exterior siding at the 67-unit condominium complex in North...
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