Rhode Island

Dunkin’ Donuts Expands Mobile Ordering to Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Aims to Roll the Service Nationally

Member of Dunkin' Donuts's reward program in Rhode Island Massachusetts can now enjoy a mobile ordering service via "Dunkin VIP" mobile app, available for iOS devices. The company is seeking to roll out the program nationally and is collecting consumer data to achieve that goal.

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Hawaii leads most expensive states in US; New York slips to 3rd position

The latest rankings on most expensive states in the US reveal that New York is no more the most expensive place in America. The Aloha State (Hawaii became Aloha State officially by 1959 Legislative Act) moved up to the top position in the list of most expensive state in the US for first quarter of 2015 from second most expensive state status in 2014.

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Rhode Island to pull out pension fund from Daniel Loeb's Third Point

Activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point Llc can no longer count on Rhode Island as one of its clients after the state's Investment Commission voted to pull out its investment in the hedge fund, Reuters reported.

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US advertising company Federated Media sells content marketing arm to LIN Media

San Francisco, US-based advertising firm Federated Media sold its content marketing arm to Rhode Island-based multimedia company LIN Media for an undisclosed amount to focus on programmatic advertising.

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Rhode Island's Teespring raises $20M to sell custom T-shirts

Rhode Island, US-based startup Teespring has raised $20 million in its first round of funding led by Andreessen Horowitz to sell custom and pre-ordered T-shirts for a cause.

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Twin River buys Hard Rock in Biloxi for $250M

Rhode Island-based Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc reportedly purchased the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi for $250 million in a bid to expand its gaming operations.

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Student loan on the rise, varies by region -report

A study by The Institute for College Access and Success found that America's class of 2012 graduated with an average of USD29,400 in student loan debt. Student debt levels, however, varies according to state and geographical regions.

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