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Today is tax day, so it is as good a time as any to discuss the future of taxation in Rhode Island. With the state's budget deficit so large, the state's political leaders have no choice but to … more
The White House said yesterday that the Treasury Department’s “stress tests” on banks would be wrapped up by the end of the month. What will you do it you find out your bank “failed” the test? more
It’s spring, so it must be time for the two-month playoff season for the NBA and the NHL. Which of Boston’s two winter sports teams are likely to go far in the playoffs? more
Bank of America reported net income that more than tripled from the first quarter a year ago, but the markets did not seem to be impressed, as the country’s largest bank lost a quarter of its value … more
Gov. Donald L. Carcieri announced the recommendations of an advisory panel he commissioned in December to more
Providence and the Providence Public Library announced a deal yesterday that should end the impasse over the funding and operational control of the library system. What do you think should have been done? more
Tomorrow marks President Barack Obama’s 100th day in office, and his tenure has not lacked for action. How do you feel he has performed since taking office? more
The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index reached its highest mark so far this year in April, with the largest monthly gain in more than three years. Do you feel more confident about the economy now than last month? more
Gov. Donald L. Carcieri has taken the extraordinary step of recommending that North Kingstown High School close its doors for the rest of the week until results come back from the Centers for Disease from a test for swine flu. more
The question of when to expand your work force is always tricky, but never more so than coming out of a recession. If you hire too early, on an overly optimistic reading of the situation, you can … more
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