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Lumber Liquidators awarded stock and stock options worth tens of thousands of dollars to eight senior company officials on Sunday, the same day "60 Minutes" aired a report alleging the company sold laminate flooring that could make people sick.
A business with 25 employees is underwater and can't pay all of its employees? The owner wants help with a rescue plan.
In a recent case, federal judges have been taking the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to the woodshed.
With sales flat and business owners struggling to increase prices, what's the best way to stay afloat?
He's the executive director of the Virginia Council on Economic Education.
She's the new executive director of Virginians for the Arts.
He's director of camp services at Camp Baker in Chesterfield County, a division of The Greater Richmond ARC.
She's executive director, The Shepherd’s Center of Richmond, an education and service organization for those 50 and older.
You can have some really great new business ideas, with great technologies, but it's ultimately about whether they play to your core strengths as a company. You also have to ask whether you're willing to invest in changing the systems and capabilities needed to make it work.
- Kathy Fish, Procter & Gamble
Locke & Quinn welcomes the addition of Kati Kitts Dean who attended law school at the University of Richmond, graduating cum laude in 2013. Kati received her undergraduate degree from James Madison University in 2007, after which she obtained a Master’s degree in English from the University of South Carolina, and then spent a year working as an AmeriCorps volunteer in the Richmond Public School system. During law school, Kati was admitted into the McNeill Law Society, was a John Marshall Scholar, and received 2 CALI Awards for Excellence and the Orrell-Brown Award for Clinical Excellence in the Children’s Law Center. She is admitted to practice in Virginia and in the Eastern District, and is a member of the Richmond Bar Association, the Virginia Trial Lawyers’ Association, the Equality Bar, and the Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association.