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Bundling home and auto insurance creates an average savings of $275 in Rhode Island, ranking the state 22nd nationwide for savings, according to an insurancequotes.com report. more
Blue Cross Blue & Shield of Rhode Island today opened a third location of its retail store, Your Blue Store, at 622 George Washington Highway in Lincoln. more
FM Global has retained its AA rating for financial strength from Fitch Ratings Inc., the commercial property insurer said on Thursday. more
David B. Fuller has been named assistant vice president approvals manager, fire protection, at FM Global. He has been with the firm since 1990, starting as a loss prevention consultant. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from Northeastern … more
Kerry Pepin has been promoted to client processing manager at FM Global. Pepin joined FM Global in 2000 and served as a methods analyst and operations engineering processing consultant. She holds a B.S. in public administration from Nichols College. more
Anthony J. Mangiarelli, co-chair of the 2016 Rhode Island Business Plan Competition, talked about the kickoff event for the competition coming up on Oct. 15 and the new medical technology award. more
Central Falls, Woonsocket and Pawtucket have the most-affordable homeowners' insurance in Rhode Island, according to a new study. The few hundred dollars' savings, however, plays only a marginal role in the overall homebuying experience for most … more
An employee with cancer is likely to find support and encouragement at work. Another employee with an alcohol or substance addiction is more likely to try to keep the illness hidden because of stigma, even as medical professionals say both are … more
EAST PROVIDENCE – Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc. last week announced that it had acquired First Connecticut Insurance Inc. of Bristol, Conn. The agency will relocate into Starkweather's Bristol, Conn., office in the near future. … more
Until now, the fight over health care reform has mostly been a battle over two numbers: how many Americans have insurance, and how much they pay in premiums. It may be time to think more seriously about a third number: out-of-pocket costs. … more
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