Top Five: May 2022
Most-read online news stories from March 15 to April 14
The top trending major business stories on VirginiaBusiness.com from March 15 to April 14 were led by news of the death of Fairfax County developer John “Til” Hazel Jr.
Hazel was a key figure in the transformation of Tysons from a rural outpost to a thriving edge city. (March 16)
Terrence “Terry” Horan took the helm of the Virginia Beach-based chainsaw
and outdoor power equipment manufacturer on April 1.
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Darrell K. Williams will succeed William R. Harvey, who
is retiring on June 30 after 44 years leading the HBCU. (April 13)
The gift to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts from Bristol-area philanthropists James W. and Frances Gibson McGlothlin included 15 paintings, featuring works by Norman Rockwell, John Singer Sargent and Andrew Wyeth. (March 15)
Fertilizer is in short supply due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. (March 22)