Updated October 13 at 6:13pm
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The New York Stock Exchange began reopening its two equity venues that were shut down for hours today by a computer malfunction. more
U.S. stocks climbed, building on a year in which the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index surged to unprecedented highs and extended the bull market rally past 200 percent. more
Boys toy sales helped fuel sales growth for Hasbro Inc. in 2014, with an increase of 45 percent in profit for the year. more
Executives of Rhode Island’s newest professional sports team, the Providence Sky Chiefs LLC, are dreaming big. They envision an organization that one day can match the success, stability and popularity of the Pawtucket Red Sox and Providence Bruins, despite joining a league with a high flameout rate. more
U.S. Treasury officials are satisfied the Slater Technology Fund did not spend federal funds recklessly and may be eligible to receive the bulk of a $9 million grant awarded three-and-a-half years ago. more
Brazil’s state-owned electric company, Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras SA, was sued by the city of Providence over claims it failed to tell investors of a massive bribery and kickback scheme. more
Before crowdfunding changed the world of startup investing, the federal government was supposed to change the rules of crowdfunding. more
John Finn, of Finn Wealth Management was recently recognized as a Five Star Wealth Manager by Five Star Professional, a third-party research firm. Finn was evaluated on 10 key factors, including client retention rates and client assets administered and he holds a distinction that is awarded to less than 7 percent of wealth managers in a market. Finn has nearly 30 years of experience in retirement, estate and business planning. He holds the chartered financial consultant and chartered life underwriter designation from American College, Bryn Mawr and he holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Rhode Island. more
National tourism marketers believe you have to spend money to make money. more
An estate tax cut estimated to save taxpayers $18 million annually must make Rhode Island more attractive to wealthy retirees, right? more
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