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Aldi to open Henrico and Colonial Heights stores on April 23

The two stores will be the first in a wave of new locations as the company enters the Richmond market.

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Dynamic Web Solutions, Your Search Advisor announce merger

The combined company will be called Workshop Digital and will move into a new office in the Turning Basin building.

Elephant Insurance looking to hire 100 locally

The company currently has a staff of about 365 people at its Richmond headquarters.

Apple Hospitality REIT opposes tender offer

The real estate investment company, which owns hundreds of hotels, may list its shares on a stock exchange. 

North Anna reactor back online after refueling

The company said the 20-day refueling outage was the shortest in its history.

Michelle Singletary: Short-term loans are just not worth it

I had a hallelujah moment when I saw that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing rules that would require payday lenders to make sure that borrowers have the means to repay their loans.

McAuliffe courts Indiana businesses amid controversy

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is courting Indiana businesses amid the firestorm over a bill which critics say allows Indiana companies to discriminate against gays.

Media General shareholder plans to sell 6.8 million shares

The unnamed selling stockholder also expects to grant the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 1.02 million shares of voting common stock.

Russell Baker, columnist

A solved problem creates two new problems, and the best prescription for happy living is not to solve any more problems than you have to.

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What does my organization need to know about incorporating millennial talent?

Businesses need to recognize that members of Generation Y are quickly becoming the largest segment of the workplace. 

Labor Law: When April Fool's Day is no joke for employers

A prank that goes wrong could cost an employers millions of dollars. 

Working the web: Is your digital marketing out of date?

Digital marketing is changing quickly. Are your strategies keeping pace?

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Penn Crawford

He's a new partner at the personal injury law firm Marks & Harrison. 

Getting to know: Paul Trible III

He's the co-founder and CEO of Ledbury. 

Russell Baker, columnist

A solved problem creates two new problems, and the best prescription for happy living is not to solve any more problems than you have to.

Getting to Know: Michael C. Hild

He's chairman and CEO of Live Well Financial, a Chesterfield County-based mortgage lender and servicer.

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POWER THOUGHT

A solved problem creates two new problems, and the best prescription for happy living is not to solve any more problems than you have to.

-- Russell Baker, columnist

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A conversation with your local Morgan Stanley financial advisors

Building a socially-responsible portfolio that matters to you. 

Premises liability law: Keeping businesses safe for customers

When customers or clients enter business establishments, many customers think that a business must ensure that the property is 100 percent safe to prevent a customer from injury – but that is not necessarily the law in Virginia. Clients or customers of business establishments generally are considered “invitees.” While an “invitee” in Virginia has “the right to assume that the premises are reasonably safe for his or her visit” (Va. Model Jury Instruction 23.030), a business owner “does not guarantee an invitee’s safety” (Va. Model Jury Instruction 23.040).

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