2014 Virginia Business Best Places to Work
JMU dean says companies that care will prosper
Interview with Mary Gowan, dean, James Madison University College of Business, Harrisonburg
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Virginia law firms are using new tools to gain a competitive edge
Virginia law firms are using new tools to gain a competitive edge.
Small banks say regulations may force more mergers
SHOP marketplace isn’t attracting much interest in Virginia
For a variety of reasons, most small employers in Virginia appear to be waiting until next year to take advantage of the Small Business Health Options Program, or SHOP, a tool the Obama administration designed to help companies with fewer than 50 full-time-equivalent employees buy more affordable health insurance.
Best sectors in 2014: Multifamily, medical, higher education see new projects
In a nutshell, the outlook for construction in Virginia in 2014 can be summed up in three words: not too bad.
Fast-growing Suffolk is attracting high-tech businesses
Suffolk Community Profile
Companies using big data to guide decisions
Northern Virginia’s technology corridor contains some of the nation’s biggest players in big data.
Location near port helps draw Chinese manufacturer to Suffolk
Companies find creative ways for employees to let off steam
Companies find creative ways for employees to let off steam.
Defense Point has more than doubled its staff since 2012
Virginia Business Best Places to Work: TOP SMALL EMPLOYER Defense Point Security in Alexandria
Knight Point conquers another category as it pursues growth goals
Virginia Business Best Places to Work: TOP MIDSIZE EMPLOYER – Knight Point Systems LLC, Reston