Top Five: May 2022
Most-read online news stories from March 15 to April 14
The top trending major business stories on VirginiaBusiness.com from March 15 to April 14 were led by news of the death of Fairfax County developer John “Til” Hazel Jr. 1
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The top trending stories on VirginiaBusiness.com from Dec. 16 to Jan. 15 included the news that Facebook suspended the account of Sen. Amanda Chase, R-Chesterfield County, as Democrats called for
Coworking space planned for Tech research center
Virginia Tech’s COgro will provide flexible space for 64 members.
Tanker truck company plans to add 70 jobs in Pittsylvania County expansion
Amthor International plans to build 115,000-square-foot plant in Gretna.
QualiChem cited for its growth, staying power
Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce named QualiChem its Small Business of the Year.
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Lightening the load
Alcoa looks to new technology to reduce weight of jet engine blades
German expertise finds home at the beach
Stihl Inc. has grown from 50 employees to more than 1,900 workers in 40 years
Stihl Inc. has grown from 50 employees to more than 1,900 workers in 40 years.
Mosaics make the old new
Ravenna-inspired company now exports to Italy
New Ravenna Mosaics imports most of its rough-cut marble from Italy.
Virginia Beach company originated from a family vacation to the resort city
Kettler International Inc.’s products include table tennis equipment, patio furniture, bikes, toys and fitness equipment.