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Webster Financial Corp. saw profit fall 2.2 percent in the first quarter, but revenue grow 10.6 percent. more
Reporting its 24th consecutive quarter with year-over-year revenue growth, Webster Financial Corp., parent of Webster Bank NA, on Thursday announced its third-quarter earnings, which included net income of $51.5 million, a 2.1 percent increase. Earnings per diluted share increased 1 cent to 54 cents. more
The Federal Reserve’s stress tests of big banks found all 33 have enough capital to withstand a severe economic shock, though Morgan Stanley trailed the rest of Wall Street in a key measure of leverage. more
Rhode Island is the 22nd best state to retire, according to Bankrate.com, based on cost of living, crime rate, health care quality, state and local tax burden, personal well-being for seniors and weather. more
PROVIDENCE – SolarCity, a giant in rooftop solar installation, last week announced a new solar-loan program made available in 14 states, including Rhode Island. more
Today is the final day of ALS One’s social media campaign “A Thousand for A Thousand,” which aims to raise at least $1 million for ALS research. more
The South Eastern Economic Development Corp. has named a Bristol County Savings Bank assistant vice president, “Banker of the Year.” more
The Federal Reserve last week found all 33 of the country’s largest financial institutions had enough capital should the economy turn down, including Bank of America Corp., Banco Santander SA’s U.S. division and Providence-based Citizens Financial Group Inc. more
The U.S. Small Business Administration of Rhode Island is hosting a “meet the lenders” event this month to help small-business owners connect with lenders to discuss financial needs. more
Here are profiles of four active Rhode Island business people who are past - or at- retirement age: Gary S. Sasse, Merrill W. Sherman, Ronald K. Machtley and Umberto "Bert" Crenca. more
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