Updated February 10 at 6:25pm
Accounting
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In Rhode Island's business community, LGC+D always has been known as a top accounting firm, providing services for the nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors. But in recent years, the company has evolved into something more. … more
Sansiveri, Kimball & Co. LLP for the third time has been named a “Best Accounting Firms to Work For” company by Accounting Today. more
The Lincoln branch of Santander Bank will be its first in Rhode Island to offer a new service designed for its wealthier customers. more
February break is over, a new year at work is in full swing, and it seems as though we haven't stopped shoveling the snow off our driveways in months! The busy season is here; let the juggling act begin! Finding the right balance between … more
Paul Cronin, a senior vice president at IT services firm Atrion Networking Corp., sums up Marianne Caserta, the company's chief financial officer, in two words: "silent giant." "She doesn't have to say, ‘I know more than you,' but you … more
Bean counters. Isn't that what we're talking about here? As anyone in business knows, that is most definitely not what this year's winners in PBN's Chief Financial Officers Awards program are. The nine awardees are not just key … more
One of the biggest concerns of businesses these days is meeting the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. This is because the legislation is huge, more than 20,000 pages and growing, complex and ever changing. Among the most … more
Bankers can hardly contain their enthusiasm for new technology – from peer-to-peer lending platforms to bitcoin and blockchain. They're investing in fintech startups, and a steady stream of former bank executives is popping up at these hot, new … more
Ann Marie Fillion always had an affinity for both numbers and people — those two attributes have translated into a career that transcends the typical accountant's role in business. Born in … more
Financial advisers say clients often overestimate their tolerance for risk. But data suggest it’s really financial advisers who become more nervous than they expected when markets become volatile. more
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