More donors needed
The United Network for Organ Sharing, known as UNOS, is on the verge of making a big decision about kidney transplants.
More donors needed
Northrop Grumman announces additional $4 billion share repurchase
Defense contractor hopes to retire 25 percent of outstanding shares.
Virginia unemployment rate falls to 5.2 percent in April
Seasonally adjusted measurement has declined for two consecutive months.
Australian company plans Dinwiddie County mining operation
Iluka Resources project is expected to create 86 jobs
Rising number of U.Va. students graduating early
81 students finish their bachelor’s degrees in three years or less
Community College tuition to increase 4.4 percent
In-state students will pay $130 per credit hour, an increase of $5.50.
DASCOM Americas buys land for new headquarters
9.4-acre site in the Mill Place Commerce Park in Verona
Roanoke College names general counsel
G. Michael Pace Jr. was managing partner of Roanoke-based Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore.
Ken Campbell joins Colliers in Richmond as a director in corporate services.
He also will be part of office brokerage team.
Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores names senior vice president of merchandising
Liza Salaria was previously with supermarket chain Giant Eagle
Richmond area tourism bureau names vice president of sales and services
Devin Heath had been general manager of the Hilton Richmond Hotel & Spa in Short Pump since 2009.
Employee embezzlement on the rise — What business owners can do
Since the onset of the 2007 recession, there has been a significant rise in deviant employee behavior.
The real telecommuting challenge
The news has been filled with reaction to the announcement that CEO of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, wanted employees in the office and not telecommuting. As with many news and business stories, the issue is more complex than what can be crammed into a few column inches. Whether allowing telecommuting is good or bad policy is not black and white. Here are some perspectives that might add some robustness to this discussion.
‘April Fools’ Week Massacre’ spares neither candidate
Inside View by the Editor, Robert Powell
Economist lowers Virginia sequestration job loss estimate
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