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U.S. stocks rose, with gains in banks and drugmakers helping to turn the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index positive for the year as the gauge headed for its longest weekly winning streak since November. 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
Capital Properties Inc. reported a 51.3 percent increase in profit in 2015, to $2.2 million, or 33 cents per share, compared with profit of $1.4 million, or 22 cents per share, in 2014. more
AstroNova reported a nearly 3 percent drop in profit for fiscal 2016, to $4.5 million or 61 cents per diluted share, but a 7.1 percent increase in revenue, to $94.7 million. 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
PROVIDENCE – The Securities and Exchange Commission last week filed charges against the R.I. Economic Development Corp. and its bond underwriter Wells Fargo Securities, alleging fraud that stems from a 2010 municipal bond offering to finance the … more
PROVIDENCE – The state is offering a new “socially responsible investment option” through its college investment plan CollegeBoundfund. more
As expected, United Natural Foods Inc. reported a profit decline in the second quarter, to $22.7 million, or 45 cents per diluted share, an 18.5 percent decrease from the same period a year ago. more
Financial companies will be hard-pressed to meet long-term growth expectations as decades of credit expansion come to an end and central-bank policies and tighter regulations squeeze profits, according to bond investor Bill Gross. more
Bad brokers don’t leave the business; they just move on to a different firm. That is one of the key findings of a study of broker misconduct by professors at the business schools of the University of Minnesota. more
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