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The Limited closed all 250 of its stores around the country this past weekend, including the store at Providence Place mall. more
Potential candidates to head the Federal Reserve in 2018 suggested that monetary policy would be tighter if they were in charge. more
Garden City Center is moving forward with development and leasing for a fourth phase, a 30,000-square-foot structure that will add room for several shops and restaurants at the open-air, mixed-use center. more
Massachusetts ranked first with a B in the annual report card about the state of education in the United States from Education Week, while Rhode Island finished 10th, receiving a grade of C+. more
The Rhode Island branch of the U.S. Small Business Administration held its 2017 Small Business Economic Summit Friday at Bryant University in which small business owners, led by local economic, community and government experts, gathered to discuss major issues faced by companies in the Ocean State. more
Today’s snowfall was just the beginning. more
The latest signs of strength in the U.S. labor market reignited the dollar rally and put the Dow Jones Industrial Average back on course for 20,000. Treasuries tumbled with gold as strong hiring bolstered the case for higher interest rates. more
(Updated 9:48 a.m.) Brown University has made it onto a list of the 40 worst colleges for Jewish students, coming in 14th. more
The U.S. labor market turned in a solid performance at the end of 2016, sending job gains above 2 million for a sixth year as paychecks rose by the most during the current expansion. more
Ah, 2017. Sweet relief from the turbulent 365 days prior, which was marked by a contentious election, a surprise European Union departure and countless celebrity deaths. Or not. more
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