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Rhode Island ranked seventh among the states and the District of Columbia for having the highest amount of state and local debt per capita in the 2012 fiscal year at $11,362 per person, according to information from the Tax Foundation. more
Iron Man. Wonder Woman. Millennial Super Saver. He or she is an ordinary human, 18 to 34, who saves at least 15 percent of his or her salary each year in a 401(k) retirement savings plan. more
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza will announce on Monday that the city is joining the Rhode Island Energy Challenge: Find Your Four! energy efficiency campaign, and will ask residents to find four ways to conserve energy. more
Consumer sentiment declined in September to the lowest level in year as Americans anticipated a weaker economy in face of a global slowdown and turbulent financial markets. more
Northeast Collaborative Architects has expanded its business with a new office in Washington, D.C., the company announced Thursday afternoon. more
If Bank of America Corp.’s biggest shareholders are any indication, CEO Brian Moynihan probably will be allowed to remain chairman. more
Wholesale prices in the U.S. were little changed in August, restrained by lower fuel costs that signal inflation will remain weak. more
Brown University leaders have identified actions, along with steps to manage costs, that will help the university eliminate a $10 million-a-year operating deficit in three years. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo on Thursday unveiled the Rhode Island’s Promise scholarship to help students with proven academic performance bridge the gap between their financial aid package and actual college costs. more
The Rhode Island Brewers Guild has sold out its Ocean State Beer Festival, scheduled for Sept. 20, and is actively marketing its locally produced beer. more
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