Town houses and apartments, storefronts and restaurants, grassy medians, pocket parks, sidewalks everywhere. Doesn’t this look a lot like a downtown? Picking up his mail in slippers and shorts on a brisk January day, Tandy Harris pauses to consider the question. “It does,” he agrees. “It’s got all the bells and whistles.” That’s one reason
19 Virginia companies made the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's 2020 list
Nineteen Virginia companies have made the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s 2020 list of “Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality.” Nearly 700 U.S. companies were included in the list, which was released in the 18th edition of the organization’s 2020 Corporate Equality Index. This year’s index was determined via a survey of 1,059 companies, including
Equality Virginia invites companies with inclusive employee policies to join Virginia Competes.
Tobacco product will be marketed only to adult smokers, Altria and Philip Morris USA say.
Location is the sixth in Virginia for ARS Treatment Centers.
Old Dominion experts weigh in on the Fed’s first rate cut since December 2008.
Rate stays at 2.9 percent while labor force continues to grow.
Virginia still has 21 companies ranked on the annual list.
Ten of 11 MSAs reported numbers under 3.5 percent.
Tobacco giant has notified federal antitrust authorities.