Entrepreneurs look online for startup equity
Crowdfunding harnesses the power of the Internet to bring together large groups of people to fund a project or idea.
Chesapeake is an economic force but still has growing pains
Chesapeake community profile.
Legal challenges expected to define meaning of constitutional amendment expanding property rights
Verdicts in two recent lawsuits seem to indicate the way the wind is blowing in restricting the government’s power of eminent domain.
Funding problems hobble efforts to fill judicial vacancies
Virginia doesn’t have enough local judges to keep up with the workload, and so far, it hasn’t found enough money to fill all its vacancies.
Virginia community banks want to be exempt from new international regulations
Basel III is the third installment of a set of international bank regulations developed in Basel, Switzerland, in reaction to the global financial crisis in 2008-09.
Companies get good returns from surprising benefits
Some companies offer special perks.
Recruiting firm sticks to its principles
Accounting Principals-Richmond named the commonwealth’s best large company at which to work in 2013.
Employee ownership gives NES Associates a can-do attitude
NES Associates is the 2013 Virginia Business Best Places to Work in the Midsize companies category.
Employees have the ear of Knight Point’s executive team
Bob Eisiminger, the president and CEO of Knight Point Systems LLC, is passionate about creating a culture “that has a small-company feel; a company that feels like family.”
A bipartisan group of 10 Virginia House members has sent a letter to the state’s congressional delegation, urging the federal legislators to join in opposing the Virginia Department of Transportation’s plans to charge tolls on Interstate 95.