Expansion of Virginia’s $5.5 billion Medicaid program is shaping up to be one of the most contentious issues facing Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe and the Virginia General Assembly.
McAuliffe navigates relationships with Republican legislators
It’s a new era in Virginia politics. Since the close of a bitter, divisive election, Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe has been searching for common ground with his Republican counterparts.
Despite unhappiness with those elected to office, voters don’t have much choice when it comes to replacing them.
Payment data expected to offer a clearer picture of how health care is delivered.
Does milk do a body good? Breast milk certainly has helped babies at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters (CHKD) in Norfolk.
After being in business for more than 25 years, Chuck and Robert Vailes had been through a number of economic slumps, but the Great Recession of 2007-09 was different.
Legislature debates reform after the embarrassment of ‘Giftgate’
Less than three years after a powerful Virginia legislator was convicted of bribery and extortion, ethics reform has again been thrust onto Virginia’s legislative center stage.
Entrepreneur Zeeshan Kaba found the idea for his current business venture in his pocket.
Panelists discuss the fate of McAuliffe, Cuccinelli and Warner
Virginia Business looked at the results of the November election at its seventh annual Political Roundtable, held at The Jefferson Hotel in Richmond on Nov. 14.
The provost of Purdue University has been selected from 238 candidates to become the next president of Virginia Tech on June 1.
Virginia business schools say international students increase the quality of education
Attending business school in the U.S. promises to yield a lot more than a degree for South Korea native Yeonwoo Kim, a third-year management student at Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business.
A Supercharger station may not mean much to the average driver, but for owners of Tesla’s Model S electric sedan it can mean waiting minutes to charge their cars versus hours.
From tools to prosthetic limbs, 3-D printing is becoming more mainstream
A plastic plumbing doo-dad might seem like a far cry from Captain Picard barking out an order for “Tea, Earl Grey, hot,” to the replicator on board “Star Trek’s” USS Enterprise, but, believe it or not, that’s where 3-D printing technology is ultimately headed.