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AnswersNOW wins Unreasonable Lab startup proposal competition

Jeff Beck, a licensed clinical social worker in Richmond, said his experiences helping parents of children with autism prompted his idea to create a digital application that would provide on-demand counseling services for those parents.

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Notable gifts: Sept 25

Efforts to end hunger in Richmond have scored recent gains from corporate donations tied to the Richmond Flying Squirrels and Richmond International Raceway.

Consumer Reports - Finding the TV that's right for you

High-tech features are showing up in more and more TV models.

Kiplinger's Personal Finance - Watching every step you take

Millions of Americans now wear fitness bands on their wrists to count their steps daily. But how accurate are they? Studies show that over the course of a day, many trackers have error rates of 10 to 20 percent.

Nominations being accepted for RTD's Top Workplaces program

Is your workplace one of the best in the Richmond region?

Mark Pincus, founder, Zynga

If you give people really big jobs to the point that they’re scared, they have way more fun and they improve their game much faster.

Virginia Premier’s COO now CEO

Virginia Premier Health Plan’s chief operating officer has been promoted to CEO. The move for Linda Hines is effective immediately. A licensed registered nurse, Hines started her career as a bedside nurse before rising in the ranks of Virginia Premier.

Dominion’s Heacock to retire

Dominion announced Friday that David A. Heacock, president of Dominion Nuclear and the company’s chief nuclear officer, will retire, effective March 1.

How to Answer the “Hypothetical” Interview Question

Pop quiz, hotshot: It’s your first day on the job, and everything is going wrong. How do you fix it?

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Business Principles 101: If your plan isn't organized, you are not organized

There are two reasons for writing a business plan. In my view, the most important is for the entrepreneur to understand how the plan works and thus how to execute it. The second consideration is what an investor is looking for in a business plan. A business plan is a story of a business opportunity and how it will capture value and profit. Therefore, the plan is a road map to a destination, not an end in itself.

Ask Doug & Polly: There could be a good reason for candidate frequently changing jobs

QUESTION: What is your opinion on résumés with short time periods at some or many positions?

Labor Law: Inappropriate remarks can doom an employee termination

A claim of inappropriate age-related remarks almost doomed an employer’s termination of an alleged workplace bully, illustrating the need for companies to train managers to avoid making such stray comments.

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Getting to know: Linda Wilkinson, CEO, Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics Inc.

Title: CEO, Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics Inc.

Decision Maker for Sept. 19: Brian Allen with Parham Doctors' Hospital

New position: chief operating officer, Parham Doctors’ Hospital

Getting to know: Jeff Marshall, Wells Fargo & Co.

Title: Central Virginia business banking manager for Wells Fargo & Co., as of Aug. 1

Decision Maker: Richard G. Johnstone Jr. with the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives

New position: president and CEO, Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives, this job provides me with the good fortune to manage a trade association that provides critical services to 15 customer-owned electric utilities in the Mid-Atlantic region. Our core services include governmental affairs, continuing education for cooperative employees and directors, safety training for line crews, and publishing Cooperative Living magazine, whose circulation in excess of 500,000 gives it the largest circulation of any publication in Virginia.

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POWER THOUGHT

If you give people really big jobs to the point that they’re scared, they have way more fun and they improve their game much faster.

- Mark Pincus, founder, Zynga

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Should I compare my portfolio to the S&P 500?

This question is on the minds of many investors.  I would suggest that we broaden the question to how should I measure your portfolio.  There are three measurements to utilize.

Verdicts versus Settlements: What Does the Public Get to Know?

Did you know that the vast majority of civil cases settle and never go to trial? Many settled cases also are subject to confidentiality agreements - meaning that the names of the parties or the details of the case or the settlement - will not be shared with the public. On the other hand, if a case goes to trial (unless the case involves a juvenile or is put under seal), the public generally can know the case details - including the outcome if the case goes to verdict.

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