Quantitative easing will end at some point: Signs of strength in the economy have the bells ringing for the possibleRead More
In the past few weeks, media in Rhode Island, New England and across America have been rocked by layoffs, mergers and dramatic changes. The transformation of media from newspaper and 6 pm news to digital platforms, Twitter aggregation, moms on Facebook -- and the impact of mobile viewing -- has been significant. Take a look at the big deals, big layoffs and new research that shows that the consumer's behavior is moving faster than marketers may understand.
Is your son or daughter looking for a summer job? There are state and federal laws that restrict where, and for how manyRead More
The health insurance Exchange employer model notice and guidance to employees was released last week by the Department ofRead More
Southern New England WOMAN Magazine, a quarterly publication that addresses important issues aimed at helping today’sRead More
Standard & Poor's recently raised general obligation debt rating for the city of Johnston from an A- to an A.
Starting January 1, 2014, large employer groups in Rhode Island that are fully insured will pay much more in medicalRead More
See what's new in the financial world as it applies to Rhode Island this week.
Members of the Providence City Council have called for the formation of a CIty of Providence Task Force on EconomicRead More
Last week I gave you a Moving-Out Checklist to protect your legal rights when you move out of an apartment or rentalRead More