More than 90 licensed craft breweries operate in Virginia.
At ODEC, the rural customers are the shareholders
Interview with Jackson E. Reasor
Old Dominion Electric Cooperative
Followups – August 2014
Change is constant for Virginia CFOs
Virginia CFO Awards
Publicly traded companies
Measurement Specialties Inc., Hampton
Connie Nielsen’s persistence pays off with Wegmans and other clients
Connie Nielsen’s persistence pays off with Wegmans and other clients.
International business represents 30 percent of Optical Cable’s sales
Roanoke-based Optical Cable Corp. manufactures a broad range of fiber-optic and copper-data cabling and connectivity products.
Despite a new regulatory environment, some community banks are thriving
Passage of the federal Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2012 in response to housing and financial crises has hit smaller, local financial institutions hard.
Danville superintendent resigns after short tenure
Newsome resigns as superintendent; to receive $160,000 in compensation
Coal ash spill overshadowed major changes in city’s River District
A mishap last winter resulted in coal ash spilling into the Dan River at a time when Danville is making the river a focus of its downtown redevelopment initiative.
Neustar fights to retain contract that represents about half its revenue
Neustar’s current contract with the Number Portability Administration Center is set to expire at the end of June 2015.
Regulators, utilities brace for new federal regulations in December
A coal-ash spill in Virginia is “very unlikely,” says Ed Baine, vice president of Dominion’s Power Generation System Operations.
Colleges still weighing the effect of decision involving ‘DREAMer’ college students
DREAMers are eligible for in-state tuition rates.