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Dunkin’ Donuts, in a bid to catch up to the technology prowess of Starbucks Corp., is testing on-the-go ordering and delivery service in some U.S. markets. more
Big U.S. banks are scrambling to offer more technologies and services demanded by consumers, including peer- to-peer payments, so startups don’t steal parts of their business, Bank of America Corp. CEO Brian Moynihan said. more
(Updated 10:50 a.m.) Public Resources Advisory Group has been selected as the state’s financial adviser, according to General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, who described it as one of the top-ranked financial advisory firms in the nation. more
The U.K.’s health-cost regulator turned down Amgen Inc.’s new cholesterol medicine Repatha in a preliminary ruling, saying the drugmaker may have over-estimated the risk of heart disease that results from people having too much cholesterol. more
Justin Savage, CEO of EveryBill in East Providence, talks with Providence Business News about his firm, which specializes in Web-based enterprise payment management software for companies, and how … more
Do you like living or working in Providence? Or maybe visiting one of its many attractions or restaurants? more
Tech Force Rhode Island has launched the website techforceri.org to help unemployed Rhode Islanders find jobs in the high-demand information technology industry. more
Office Recycling Solutions said it recently received industry recertifications, demonstrating that it is recycling electronics equipment according to the highest industry standards for environmental protection, worker health and safety, data privacy and facility security. more
A survey from Robert Half Technology discovered that most people find technology careers attractive due to salary potential, job opportunities and the ability to be innovative. more
Why don’t more people get college degrees? In a new working paper, Sang Yoon Lee, Yongseok Shin and Donghoon Lee write: “In the early 1980s, American men with at least four years of college education earned about 40 percent more on average than those whose education ended with high school. more
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