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RHODE ISLAND GDP was estimated to have grown at a 1.8% annualized rate in the third quarter of 2019. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC EXPENDITURE COUNCIL

RIPEC: GDP estimated to have grown at 1.8% yearly rate in...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island gross domestic product was estimated to have expanded at a 1.8% annualized rate in the third quarter of 2019,...

Most-read stories on PBN.com, October 2019

1. U.S. News awards 4 R.I. nursing homes top honors POSTED ONLINE: OCT. 29. Briarcliffe Manor in Johnston, Hallworth House in Providence, Hattie Ide...
MICHAEL DIBIASE has been appointed president and CEO of RIPEC effective Jan. 1. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

DiBiase named CEO and president of RIPEC

PROVIDENCE – Michael DiBiase has been named president and CEO of the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council, succeeding John C. Simmons, the nonprofit public...
RHODE ISLAND GDP was projected to have increased at an annualized rate of 1.7% in the second quarter of 2019. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC EXPENDITURE COUNCIL AND THE CENTER FOR GLOBAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC STUDIES AT BRYANT UNIVERSITY

Report: R.I. GDP growth slows in Q2

PROVIDENCE – The gross domestic product in Rhode Island was estimated to have expanded at a 1.7% annualized rate in the second quarter of...

Simmons to leave RIPEC at end of year

PROVIDENCE – John C. Simmons will step down from his post as CEO and president of the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council at the...
JOHN C. SIMMONS will depart from his role as CEO and president of the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council by the end of 2019. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Simmons to leave RIPEC at end of year

PROVIDENCE – John C. Simmons will step down from his post as CEO and president of the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council at the...
ECONOMIC GROWTH in Rhode Island in 2018 was sluggish, ranking No. 47 in the nation, and it is expected to start 2019 with similar performance. / COURTESY CENTER FOR GLOBAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC STUDIES AND THE RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC EXPENDITURE COUNCIL

CEI report: R.I.’s economic growth sluggish in Q1 at 0.5%

PROVIDENCE – The Ocean State’s economy showed more signs of sluggishness in the first quarter of 2019 as the Rhode Island Current Economic Indicator...
THE RHODE ISLAND Current Economic Indicator report published by the Center for Global and Regional Economic Studies at Bryant University and the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council found that the state real GDP increased at an annualized 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter and projected no growth int he first quarter of 2019. / COURTESY CENTER FOR GLOBAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC STUDIES AT BRYANT UNIVERSITY AND THE RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC EXPENDITURE COUNCIL

CEI report sees Q4 economic stagnation in R.I.

SMITHFIELD – The Rhode Island Current Economic Indicator increased at an annualized rate of 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter, according to the Center...

Does arbitration favor firefighters?

A study released in December found Rhode Island’s spending for fire protection remains the highest of any state in the nation. It’s been that way...

Bay State does what Ocean State should

Two recent exhortations to improve K-12 education in Rhode Island have landed on much the same conclusion. The state needs to step up and...
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