Hampden-Sydney, Hollins, Mary Baldwin and Sweet Briar bypass the coed trend.
Our View – November 2013
Feedback & Followups – November 2013
Ravenna-inspired company now exports to Italy
New Ravenna Mosaics imports most of its rough-cut marble from Italy.
Introduction to a special report of
the 2013 Super CPAs as well as
twelve Super CPAs profiles and lists by category
Virginia’s women’s colleges are leveraging their advantages.
Randolph College changes its name and student body.
Hampden-Sydney president defines the mission of a men’s college
Will use of gas pumps, smartphones and ATMs generate higher sales for the 25-year-old Virginia Lottery?
Paula Otto and her team at the 25-year-old Virginia Lottery are waging a new, multimillion-dollar annual marketing campaign and eyeing a host of high-tech tools to attract 200,000 new monthly players by December 2015.
Is the Warner-Corker bill the right path for the mortgage industry?
Five years ago, the U.S. government took over the Federal National Mortgage Association and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. in a $175 billion bailout during the height of the financial crisis. Now, “Fannie Mae” and “Freddie Mac,” as they’re known, respectively, are back in the black.
Virginia health systems compete for federal grants aimed at improving care
Some of Virginia’s biggest health systems are competing for a share of a big pot of money designed to improve health care and cut costs.
Dec. 15 is the deadline for signing up on for insurance coverage starting Jan. 1
For people signing up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act in early October, it wasn’t a smooth launch.
Like the telegram, movie rental stores and phone books, the landline phone is fast heading for technological extinction.