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Energizer Holdings Inc. , a St. Louis manufacturer of personal care products, bought American Safety Razor of Verona for $301 million. The company manufacturers razors, blades and medical scalpels. (Northern Virginia Daily)

Accounting student teams from James Madison University and Eastern Mennonite University finished third and tied for fourth, respectively, in the Goodman Accounting Challenge, sponsored by Goodman & Co. Two teams from the University of Virginia placed first and fourth, while a College of William & Mary team was second. (News Release)

Waynesboro-based nTelos Holdings Corp. plans to split itself in two. The telecommunications company will separate its wireless and landline telephone business. The move will not create any layoffs. Once the companies separate, they likely will have new jobs in areas such as accounting, finance and human resources. (News Leader)

Rockingham County approved an ordinance regulating the placement and use of large-scale wind farms. The measure allows turbine units up to 500 feet tall (more with a special use permit) and maintains regulation of small-scale units, up to 80 feet tall. (Daily News-Record)

Staunton Mall Realty Management LLC, a unit of a New York investment company, bought Staunton Mall for $4 million. The mall’s previous owner, First Republic Realty Group LLC, is reorganizing under Chapter 11 bankruptcy. (News Leader)

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