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Owners of about 45 Turkish private-equity investments will probably consider sales in the next two years as buyout firms take advantage of an improving economy. more
A New York City investment firm is investing more than $10 million in the Providence Biltmore Hotel to help complete a $13 million restoration project at the hotel. more
BOSTON – Barclays Bank PLC will pay $36.1 million to settle allegations that it financed, purchased, and securitized residential loans that were “presumptively unfair” under Massachusetts law, Attorney General Martha Coakley announced last week. more
This past spring, Kathy McBride was hoping to buy a bungalow in Providence so she could move out of a mold-ridden apartment that was exacerbating her severe asthma. more
Since the financial crisis, a Narragansett Bay-sized cloud of self-doubt or “irrational negativity,” as Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee described it, has been among the factors blamed for Rhode Island’s inability to regain its financial footing. more
Some banks that do business in Rhode Island are easing into the global trend to use cloud computing service, or processing and storing data on servers not owned by the company either on rented server space they control, generally called the “private cloud,” or shared servers, called the “public cloud.” more
The mortgage market became increasingly complex and technical in the last two decades, and now companies like Linear Title and Closing in Middletown are bringing the process of closing transactions up to speed. more
The Matchmaker Fair scheduled for Oct. 4 in Warwick could also be called “speed dating for small business,” said Mark S. Hayward, Rhode Island district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration. more
Products and commodities made from new and increasingly flammable materials present a major risk factor for property and casualty insurers such as FM Global. Yet leaders at the Johnston-based company were determined to develop innovative processes that protect their clients’ business operations from the risk of fire – either during the manufacturing process or while in storage. more
Bank of America Corp.’s Merrill Lynch unit must face a lawsuit filed by two trusts that hold and administer mortgages on behalf of investors who own more than $1 billion worth of securities collateralized by the loans. more
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