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Last week the A.H. Belo Corp. announced that it was putting the 184-year-old Providence Journal up for sale. Of all the possibilities, which do you think is the most likely change that will happen as the result of a sale? more
Recently the Industrial Trust Tower, or “Superman Building,” was named to the top spot of a list of “zombie towers” in mid-size U.S. cities by Gizmodo. Should redeveloping it be a top economic priority for the state? more
At its 2013 annual meeting last week, the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council adopted an operational plan for the next two years designed to help guide the state’s economic development efforts. Do you think RIPEC can make a difference? more
Have the technical glitches that have marked the opening of Healthcare.gov, the federal government’s health benefits exchange, cast a shadow over the state exchanges, such as Rhode Island’s HealthSource RI? more
The redevelopment of Warwick’s Station District took a step forward last week, when Michael Integlia & Co. announced its purchase of the former Leviton property, including the Elizabeth Mill. Will the developer will be able to get to work on that part of the plan soon? more
News broke last week that lawyers engaged in mediation over the lawsuit filed by unions challenging the landmark 2011 pension reform legislation briefed R.I. Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-Carter for the ninth time. What do you think the upshot of the talks will be, if anything at all? more
The Arcade Providence reopened to the public after a five-year hiatus Oct. 21. Ten new shops and one restaurant began serving customers. Those businesses are expected to be joined by six more on the first floor of the Arcade in the next few months. more
The General Assembly is about to study eliminating the state’s sales tax. Given the expected expansion of gambling in Massachusetts and Rhode Island’s reliance on gambling revenue to balance its books, is eliminating the sales tax a sound fiscal idea? more
Congress and the president continue to talk about potential solutions to the continuing political crisis involving the federal government shutdown and the extension of the U.S. debt ceiling. Have … more
A 2012 state law gives certain musical and theatrical productions a 25 percent tax credit against production, performance and transportation spending of the show. To qualify, productions must either … more
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