2023 BEST PLACES TO WORK — SMALL EMPLOYERS WINNER SmartEdge IT LLC, a Herndon-based business software development company, places a high premium on employee health and well-being. SmartEdge pays 100%
Patriot Group International weathers Afghanistan pullout
2023 BEST PLACES TO WORK — MIDSIZE EMPLOYERS WINNER The last couple years have been a trying time for many businesses, but probably not for the same reasons as Patriot
House bill is still alive, though
Updated Friday, Feb. 3 With an 7-8 no vote Thursday evening, the Virginia Senate Finance and Appropriations Committee killed state Sen. Joe Morrissey’s measure to bring a casino referendum to
Rear Adm. William G. Kelly will retire from military
U.S. Coast Guard Academy Superintendent Rear Adm. William G. Kelly will become Christopher Newport University’s sixth president on July 1, the Newport News-based public liberal arts school announced Thursday. CNU
Engineered BioPharmaceuticals to create 34 jobs
Danville-based pharmaceutical engineering and manufacturing company Engineered BioPharmaceuticals Inc. will invest $6.1 million to expand from a business incubator into its first standalone manufacturing space, Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Wednesday.
Exec oversees cable provider's operations from Rhode Island to Florida
Cox Communications Inc. has expanded Virginia executive J.D. Myers II’s’ role so that he now oversees much of the East Coast. Myers, who is based in Chesapeake, previously had oversight
Stephen O’Bryan comes from Boston Consulting Group
Stephen O’Bryan will become corporate vice president and global business development officer for Falls Church-based Fortune 500 aerospace and defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. on Feb. 6. Northrop Grumman announced
Study recommends state air mobility director
Air taxis could generate up to $16 billion in new business in Virginia and carry as many as 66 million passengers by 2045, according to an economic impact study released Tuesday.
Eric Chewning comes from McKinsey & Co.
Eric Chewning, who was chief of staff for two acting defense secretaries in the Trump White House, became Newport News-based Fortune 500 shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.’s executive vice president
Virginia HBCUs’ enrollment outpaces peers
Donald Alexander Jr. considered multiple schools, as well as the Air Force, before he landed at Norfolk State University in 2019. The Chesapeake native grew up with strong ties to