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ACHIEVEMENT DEFICIT: Oscar Mejias, president of the Rhode Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, knows the difficulty that Latino entrepreneurs face. Here he talks with Hispanic Technology and Education Programs administrator Nazareth Tobon in 2016. / PBN FILE PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Latino entrepreneurship rank scores R.I. for achievement

Rhode Island’s immigrant entrepreneurs operate at a deficit compared to the city’s broader business community. Why else would the Ocean State have the lowest...
PROVIDENCE RANKED last on WalletHub's list of the best cities for Hispanic entrepreneurs. /COURTESY WALLETHUB

Report: Providence ranked worst city for Hispanic entrepreneurs

PROVIDENCE - Providence is last on a list ranking the best 150 cities for Hispanic entrepreneurs, WalletHub reported Wednesday. The report ranks cities on “Hispanic business...
EAST PROVIDENCE is one of the best small cities to start a business, WalletHub said Monday. /COURTESY WALLETHUB

Report: East Providence one of best small cities to start a...

PROVIDENCE – East Providence is one of the best small cities to start a business, WalletHub said Monday. East Providence ranked 38th on a list...
Best & Worst States for Doctors

R.I., Mass., among nation’s worst states for doctors

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island and Massachusetts are among the 10 worst states in which to practice medicine, according to WalletHub’s 2017 Best & Worst...
RHODE ISLAND ranks eighth highest in the nation for its tax burden. /COURTESY WALLETHUB

Report: R.I. eighth highest tax burden in U.S.

PROVIDENCE – With Tax Day around the corner, WalletHub looked at which states tax their residents most aggressively, and found that Rhode Island ranks...

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