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Bankruptcy judge approves sale of Jefferson's properties

A total of 441 units, mostly in classic buildings constructed in the late 1800s and early 1900s, fetched more than $37 million. 

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Union Bank & Trust to close seven branches

Six of the seven branches targeted for closing are in-store branches at Martin’s Food Markets.

Michelle Singletary: The curse of credit

Credit is evil.

Earnings: Union Bankshares and SunTrust

Union's earnings fell short of what had been expected by analysts. 

Walmart opens hiring center to staff new market

The majority of new employees will begin work this month to help prepare the Chesterfield store for its grand opening.

Tavenner joins board of LifePoint Hospitals

Marilyn B. Tavenner, who stepped down earlier this year as administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, has been named to the board of Brentwood, Tenn.- based LifePoint Hospitals Inc.

T-D parent firm acquires several Okla. newspapers

BH Media Group, which owns the Richmond Times-Dispatch, is adding a group of small Oklahoma newspapers near Tulsa to its growing group of more than two dozen small and medium-sized newspapers.

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Labor Law: Social media passwords

A new law restricts employers' ability to look at an employee's social media accounts against that person's will. 

Commercial Mortgages: GE Capital gets out of the game

GE Capital, along with the government-controlled mortgage lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, is in for some big changes.

Working the web: Five ways to segment your e-mail list

Companies that segment their list have a better rate of sales conversion. 

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