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Goldman Sachs next week is expected to announce a new initiative in Rhode Island designed to expand access to capital and provide practical business education for the state’s small businesses. more
Tiffany & Co., the luxury jewelry retailer, gave a forecast for earnings this year that trailed analysts’ estimates as the sluggish global economy hurts sales. more
Bank of America Corp. Chief Operating Officer Thomas K. Montag was paid less than CEO Brian T. Moynihan last year for the first time. Montag was awarded $15.5 million, compared with Moynihan’s $16 million. more
In its third time reporting results since its April merger with GTECH, International Game Technology PLC reported a $55.9 million loss, or 39 cents per diluted share, last year, compared with profit of $99.8 million, or 49 cents per diluted share, in 2014. more
The Bank of Korea is planning for a cashless society by 2020. Swedes are making the shift. I am intrigued but also troubled. more
Banco Santander SA’s car-financing company in the U.S. missed a second deadline for publishing its annual report as it recalculates provisions for loan losses in response to regulatory concerns. more
The College of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island this month will host the chief executive of a major finance and development company in Spain to discuss the country’s financial crisis. more
Rhode Island congressional and state leaders are promoting a new consumer finance tool designed to help residents begin saving for retirement. The tool, dubbed “myRA,” is run through the U.S. Treasury Department and allows people to open a retirement plan with no minimum balance and without fees. more
John McQuilkin is an associate professor of accounting at Roger Williams University. During tax season, the school’s accounting students must take turns preparing taxes through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at the Federal Hill House in Providence. McQuilkin talks with Providence Business News about how this effort is symbiotic. more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau last week announced it would begin accepting complaints from consumers encountering issues with loans from online marketplace lenders. more
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