Companies worried about a possible trade war are importing more goods, building their inventories before more tariffs take effect.
Secretary draws on his experience with economic development projects
September Interview: Brian Ball, Virginia secretary of commerce and trade, Richmond
InsideView from the Editor
Speyside Bourbon Cooperage plans to invest $9 million in another stave mill in Washington County.
Pulaski County, with a population of 35,000, is home to eight companies based outside the U.S.
The Potomac Nationals plan to head to Fredericksburg, a move that backers expect will bring more than minor-league baseball to the city.
J.T. Davis is concerned about the rapid increase in the number of solar energy projects being proposed in Halifax County.
Addiction is costing Virginia about $1.4 billion a year
Pro-bono programs assist people who can’t afford to hire attorneys
Virginia is preparing for Medicaid expansion on Jan. 1
Out & About
VCU’s construction boom began during Richmond’s low ebb
University Profile: Virginia Commonwealth University