Updated January 29 at 9:29pm
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Massachusetts State Treasurer Steve Grossman recently said that the Bay State could see a $339 million windfall by collecting state sales tax on online transactions. Should Rhode Island be collecting sales tax on all qualifying online transactions? more
Last week the Rhode Island Business Plan Competition announced the beginning of its 2013 edition, which will being with an Oct. 17 event at which last year’s winners will make presentations. The … more
Last week Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee order state agencies to increase the rate at which they are tasked with reviewing state business regulations. Will this change help the state’s businesses? more
One sign that the economy is slowly picking up are the declining delinquency rates for home, auto and consumer debt repayment. Are you and/or your business finding it easier or more difficult to … more
Thanks to a $250,000 gift from former Nortek CEO Richard L. Bready, Trinity Repertory Company Artistic Director Curt Columbus is now “The Richard L. Bready Artistic Director.” The gift … more
Providence Business News recently announced the winners in its inaugural Fastest-Growing and Innovative Companies competition. Which of these two kinds of companies should public policy support, if at all. more
The Providence City Council is expected next month to consider the Abandoned Property Registration, Security and Maintenance ordinance, which strengthens local efforts to fix up so-called nuisance properties. The ordinance would be the first of its kind in the state if approved. It would create a series of fees and fines designed to prevent residential properties from staying vacant or falling into disrepair. more
Last week The Rhode Island Foundation created a two-day event, “Make It Happen RI,” to bring the private sector together to brainstorm specific plans, along with paths to implementation, to jump start the state’s economy. more
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