Panama Canal expansion could change the game for Port of Virginia
The subject of national bestseller now is the author of a how-to book on running a business
September Interview: John D. Bassett III, Chairman, Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Co., Galax
Letters to the Editor
The new Western Front Hotel being developed in St. Paul is a symbol of the transformation taking place in the Southwest Virginia town.
Neustar to split its operations into two companies
Lynchburg-based Southern Air this year is marking its 70th anniversary with the appointment of a new president, Paul Denham.
Redistricting cases before the Supreme Court question the General Assembly’s intentions
For the second straight term, the U.S. Supreme Court plans to examine how the Virginia General Assembly drew the state’s election district maps after the 2010 U.S. Census.
University Profile: George Mason University
Virginia to help workers pay for credentials in high-demand professions
As of July 1, the state government will fund two-thirds of the cost of workforce credential programs for students who successfully complete vocational certification programs and earn industry-recognized credentials and certifications.
Region’s changing culture and economy get international exposure
Richmond region’s changing culture and economy get international exposure
Location, lower costs make area an attractive logistics hub
The Richmond region is gaining a reputation as a logistics hub because of its position as a midpoint on the East Coast where three major interstate highways — I-95, I-85 and I-64 — converge.
A gift valued at $35 million from Richard and Carolyn Barry will be used to create the 24,000-square-foot museum at Old Dominion University.
Officials focus on the basics in recruiting business prospects to the region
Richmond Region Economic Development Roundtable