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An ongoing disagreement between the Rhode Island attorney general and the state’s health insurance commissioner regarding a recently approved 10.4 percent rate increase for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island has landed in Superior Court. more
Brown University tops the list regionally for four-year colleges and universities with the highest-paid bachelor’s degree graduates, according to PayScale Inc. more
Three global banks are in danger of losing their ability to manage pension funds in the U.S., as the Department of Labor wrestles with how to hold financial institutions accountable for criminal misconduct. more
Here’s a bit of role reversal for you: Mom and Pop were content to ride out the market’s volatility this past month, more or less sitting tight. more
Hasbro, the Pawtucket School Department and the city of Pawtucket are partnering with No Bully, a non-profit organization that trains schools how to stop bullying. more
Consumer purchases climbed in July as incomes grew, showing the biggest part of the U.S. economy was off to a good start to the quarter. more
Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin is expanding his sports empire, adding the organizer of Iron Man triathlons to holdings including soccer team Atletico Madrid. more
Michael Lewis may have spelled out the supposed menace of high-frequency trading in his bestseller “Flash Boys.” What he didn’t do is provide a basis for investors to sue stock exchanges or banks. more
Joe DeMario has been cutting hair for 54 years and will be retiring, but before he closes his barber shop in Spindrift Village, he is donating all proceeds on his final days in business to Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. more
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation awarded five high school juniors and seniors from Rhode Island eight-week paid internships this summer at local nonprofits through the Bank of America Student Leaders program. more
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