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Rhode Island drivers charged with moving violations such as speeding, reckless driving or driving under the influence of alcohol face among the highest insurance increases in the nation, according to a recent insuranceQuotes study. more
Bank of America Corp. said it reached a $190 million agreement to resolve a six-year-old legal claim from Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle over mortgage-backed securities sold before the financial crisis. more
Joseph A. MarcAurele is chairman and CEO of Washington Trust Bancorp Inc., parent company of The Washington Trust Co., based in Westerly. MarcAurele talks with Providence Business News about the bank’s performance, how he thinks about market expansion and what to expect next. more
Bristol County Savings Bank last week announced record-breaking profit of $14.6 million for fiscal 2015, marking a 29.2 percent increase compared with the previous year. more
To celebrate National Small Business Week, the personal finance websites CardHub and WalletHub have put together three reports, detailing their top choices for best credit cards and and bank accounts for small-business owners. more
A global financial services research firm, Celent, has recognized Santander Bank for enhancements it made to its new deposit-account-opening software, which cuts down opening time by more than half. more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has plans to start supervising the largest online lenders in a similar manner to traditional financial institutions, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. more
It is never wise to ignore market, economic or voter sentiment. Discount it, yes. more
Providence is not the best place to start a business. In fact, it’s the second-worst large city in the nation to start one, ahead of only Ontario, Calif., according to the latest study by personal finance website Wallethub. more
Do investors suffer from behavioral biases? New research demonstrates that they do: They think that a crash is far more likely than it actually is. After you read the newspaper, you might well overreact to bad news about the market -- and lose money as a result. more
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