An expanding Port of Virginia considers new revenue opportunities
The first African American woman in Virginia to become a CPA looks back
September interview with Dr. Ruth Coles Harris, distinguished professor emeritus, Virginia Union University, Richmond
Mass shootings take economic, human toll
InsideView from the Editor
Colonial Williamsburg’s exiting CEO faced deficits, declining visitors
Immigration changes create obstacles for hiring legal foreign workers
After forming the Southeastern Virginia Regional Workforce Collaborative last fall, the Hampton Roads Workforce Council and the Greater Peninsula Workforce Board funded a report this year on the region’s workforce demographics, the supply-demand gap in work skills and a workforce strategy to improve the talent pipeline.
Virginia’s Medicaid work requirement awaits federal approval
Richard Woods was hired after completing the boot camp conceived by Debby Hopkins with the Shenandoah Valley Workforce Development Board.
ONE VCU plan presents joint vision for fast-growing university, health system
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney unveiled plans for the city’s largest-ever economic development project
The Richmond region attracts business and national attention
The Health Wagon, a nonprofit free clinic in Wise, will take over running the annual clinic, Tennessee-based Remote Area Medical, with a different name: Move Mountains Medical Mission.
Ikea is closing its Danville plant at the end of the year.