Millennials include everyone born between 1981 and 1996, which, at 73 million, surpassed the aging baby boomers this year as our largest living generation.
The Pamunkey tribe has high hopes for its planned Norfolk casino
Robert Gray, chief of the Pamunkey Indian Tribe, talks heritage, federal recognition and casino plans.
Inside View: Nowhere are millennials needed more than in small-town America.
High-speed fiber-optic internet service still eludes about 50% of Virginians, but the state’s Southside region is making progress.
Cybersecurity is a top concern for Virginia’s CPAs
Virginia Society of CPAs’ 2020 Virginia Economic Expectations Survey
Telehealth expands specialists’ reach into remote areas and saves lives
Initially focused on rural areas, U.Va.’s telehealth program has expanded to wherever there is a shortage of specialists.
Are cryptocurrencies the future of finance?
This volatile new financial sector has been a roller coaster journey of high hopes, altered plans and sobering realizations.
Wing, a division of Google parent company Alphabet Inc., launches a pilot program in Christiansburg.
Preparing Gen Z for work requires new tech and new attitudes
The oldest members of Generation Z will turn 22 this year, putting them firmly in the traditional college-age bracket.
The spinoff company, set to open by the end of this year, will be based at the Corporate Research Center in Blacksburg.
GMU strives to jump-start high-reward ideas, feed tech pipeline
Emergent Ventures is a step toward making “moonshots a reality,” Tyler Cowen, faculty director of the Mercatus Center, said when the program was announced in July 2018.
With a timeline of two years, InvestSWVA has $800,000 in funding from various sources.
Fairfax County is NoVa’s epicenter for development
Local leaders realized that they needed to get serious about diversifying their economy, and the result has been an ambitious, two-pronged plan to refashion Fairfax into a center of the knowledge economy.