Reforms wanted on public/private projects after nearly $300 million is spent on the Route 460 project.
Rao expects university to expand its reach as it continues to build
Interview with Michael Rao, President, Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond
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Companies are reluctant to buy cyber insurance despite major breaches
Virginia schools don’t offer all specialties, but graduates see plenty of demand
College graduates with a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering earned the highest average salary, but Virginia schools do not currently offer the degree program.
Lack of high-speed Internet can hamper growth of rural areas
King and Queen County installed a fixed, wireless broadband network last year.
Legal experts weigh the effects of a ruling allowing football players to unionize
Bruce Thompson and John Lawson combine forces to develop some of the region’s high-impact projects
Fairfax County builds on its business reputation as federal spending slows
Incubator helps startups gain traction
The business of the Mason Enterprise Center (MEC) is to make that number of small businesses bigger.
Wolf Trap celebrates revival from 1982 fire
Research organization working to raise the profile of logistics
The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS) got a boost last October when the Virginia Port Authority joined the organization.
Anord Control Systems picks Henrico County for its subsidiary
Global/Local View: Ireland-based Anord Control Systems picks Henrico County for its subsidiary