State gives B of A $2M tax break tied to expansion

The state will give Bank of America a $2 million sales tax break in exchange for the bank’s $59.5 million investment in three call centers in Rhode Island and the promise of hiring 955 full-time employees. The Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation board of directors last week approved a waiver of the state’s 7 percent…

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