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Volkswagen has been cheating on its U.S. government emissions tests for years. And it was a small, independent research institution, not the Environmental Protection Agency, that caught VW in the act. more
Bank Rhode Island is relocating an East Providence branch about two miles down the road, saying it could help grow its Massachusetts customer base and provide greater convenience to patrons in the area. more
In a move that can only mean a presidential election campaign is upon us, the Justice Department said it is finally going to pursue individual white-collar criminals. more
Wholesale prices in the U.S. were little changed in August, restrained by lower fuel costs that signal inflation will remain weak. more
The 2 percent inflation target that the world’s most important central banks regard as the Goldilocks scenario for consumer prices - not too hot, not too cold - looks less and less likely to be achieved any time soon in many countries. more
Chris DePietro has been named guest services manager at Emerald Square Mall by Simon Property Management. DePietro brings experience in management and guest service roles at Best Western, CVS/Pharmacy and Holiday Inn, among other entities. more
The R.I. Department of Transportation plans to conduct an inventory and assessment of the state’s drainage system components, including manholes and catch basins, to comply with state and federal regulations and prioritize projects for maintenance and repair. more
The Rhody Awards for historic preservation will be given to 11 recipients on Sept. 27 at the Dunes Club. more
Consumer attitudes in the U.S. held steady last week as weaker perceptions about the buying climate offset more sanguine views of household balance sheets. more
Consumer credit in the U.S. rose more than projected in July, boosted by bigger credit-card balances and loans for automobiles. more
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