Pender & Coward celebrates its 130th anniversary
Jim Lang’s motivation for joining Pender & Coward after a 25-year career in the U.S. Navy remains as true today as it did when he interviewed with the law firm 14 years ago. “When I was in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps in the Navy, I could count on and trust another JAG to make things happen,
Commercial insurance rates respond to cyberattacks, weather and #MeToo
In March, a Seattle software engineer hacked into Capital One’s servers, stealing personal data belonging to 106 million of the McLean-based bank’s customers and credit card applicants. Prosecutors would later say that the hacker was also found to possess terabytes of stolen data from 30 other organizations, including companies and universities. Cyberattacks and data breaches
Cybersecurity is a top concern for Virginia’s CPAs
Virginia Society of CPAs’ 2020 Virginia Economic Expectations Survey
Pittsylvania County is a magnet for solar farm developers.
Richard Woods was hired after completing the boot camp conceived by Debby Hopkins with the Shenandoah Valley Workforce Development Board.
Ikea is closing its Danville plant at the end of the year.
The Richmond region attracts business and national attention
The Apprentice School is “a leadership factory for Newport News Shipbuilding.
Blue Ridge Community College and James Madison University are collaborating with global pharmaceutical manufacturer Merck & Co.
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Richard Lugg, Virginia Realtors, Richmond