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Two Rhode Island companies made Brand Finance’s Most Valuable Brand list released this week, with CVS Health Corp. ranking 24th highest, a two-spot slip from last year, and Citizens Financial Group unchanged over the year at 386th. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. dropped the most in the 24-company KBW Bank Index after some branch workers told a newspaper they faked information about customers attending its “Citizens Checkup” program. more
A Banco Santander SA unit will pay almost $25 million to two U.S. states, Massachusetts and Delaware, to resolve a joint investigation into predatory subprime auto loans that resulted in buyers owing thousands of dollars more than their cars were worth - the first such accord in the country. more
(Updated 4:38 p.m.) The Rhode Island business community is brimming with optimism as it relates to the future of the state’s economy, according to a real-time survey conducted at the Santander Bank and Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce annual economic outlook breakfast on Tuesday. more
Massachusetts last week fined a Texas-based broker-dealer $100,000, saying it sold unsuitable investment products on the premises of local financial institutions. more
The U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration last week warned against a growing problem of employment tax noncompliance. more
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority for the fifth year in a row has received a certificate of excellence in financial reporting. more
The Washington Trust Co. recently provided $15.6 million to finance a five-story office building in Shelton, Conn. more
Michael J. Knipper is an executive vice president of property strategy at Citizens Bank. Knipper is heading the company’s development project of a new, 420,000-square-foot corporate campus on 123 acres of land in Johnston. more
As the vaunted Trump reflation trade continued to wobble this week, politics took most of the blame. For a growing number of strategists, the reason is far simpler -- inflation may have peaked. more
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