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Recent stories about the declining unemployment rate in Rhode Island have included data that indicates the state’s labor force is shrinking as well. Is the emphasis on that last point obscuring the true picture of the state’s economy? more
One of the key challenges confronting the new head of the RIEDC, Marcel A. Valois, is whether he will be able to change the state’s business climate, which is perceived as being overly burdensome in regulation and taxes. What do you think? more
With the equity markets hitting record levels on a regular basis, corporate America is doing just fine, even as unemployment and wage stagnation hit the working class. Is your company sharing in the recovery seen on Wall Street? more
The owner of downtown Providence’s “Superman Building,” as the Industrial Trust Tower has been known for years, is looking for upwards of $75 million to redevelop the historic structure. Would that level of public investment be worth it? more
House Speaker Gordon D. Fox is backing a package of economic-policy bills that would include replacing the R.I. Economic Development Corp. with a more-limited R.I. Commerce Corporation controlled by a new commerce secretary. A Senate plan seeks a rebranded EDC but would not form a new secretariat. more
After years of often-contentious debate, state lawmakers are on the verge of approving legislation allowing same-sex couples to marry in Rhode Island. more
Brown last week unveiled its plan to grow its engineering school, including building new facilities adjacent to its existing buildings and laboratories. Is that a good idea? more
In six months, the Health Benefits Exchange will go live for the individual and small business market. Are you looking forward to using the exchange for yourself, for your business? more
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras outlined a 20-step economic development plan last week designed to “jump-start the economy of Rhode Island’s capital city.” The plan includes five major points … more
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