In a normal year, the race for governor between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli would be the top political story in the state. But this is not a normal year. Most people are blaming it on bad politics.
Feedback & Followups – October 2013
From heavy equipment-makers to biotech firms to food processors, Virginia companies are using advanced techniques to get leaner and meaner.
CCAM’s symbiotic environment should help bridge the gap between academic research and commercial product development.
The Dream It, Do It Virginia and Military2Manufacturing initiatives aim to recruit skilled workers to the manufacturing industry.
Developers and localities share in cost of high-profile projects
Public-private partnerships can provide win-win scenarios for government and the private sector.
Interview with Robin Sullenberger, Retired CEO, Shenandoah Valley Partnership
Kettler International Inc.’s products include table tennis equipment, patio furniture, bikes, toys and fitness equipment.
Spiraling crime, poverty, dilapidated buildings, decrepit thoroughfares and an overall sense of despair have long defined Newport News’ East End.
CEO salaries went up and bonuses fell in 2012, while equity incentives pushed total compensation up 4 percent.
Companies get little guidance on taxes, benefits after gay-marriage decision
U.Va. announced it will no longer provide health benefits to working spouses.