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EAT owner: Group plans to open restaurant in Short Pump in 2017

EAT Restaurant Partners — which owns five Richmond restaurants, including The Blue Goat, Foo Dog and Wild Ginger — has a new restaurant in the works in Short Pump.

Local Business News

Blue Heron invests in California speech therapy firm

Blue Heron Capital, a private equity firm based in South Richmond, has invested in a San Francisco-based company that provides speech therapy and other services.

VCU ready to sell $15 million in bonds

Virginia Commonwealth University is scheduled to sell $15 million in bonds Dec. 18 to acquire new property and renovate existing buildings.

Cyber Monday sales still on top, but losing some luster

Shoppers traded bricks for clicks on Monday, flocking online to snap up “Cyber Monday” deals on everything from cashmere sweaters to “Star Wars” toys.

The Color of Money: Readers testify on their personal-finance feats

In one of my regular online discussions, a participant labeled her financial success story “Testimony Thursday.” I liked that phrase so much, I’ve adopted it.

Jury still deliberating in Blankenship’s trial

Jurors have deliberated another day without reaching a verdict in the trial of former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship.

The Daily restaurant opening second location in Short Pump

Short Pump-area residents soon won’t have to travel to Carytown to get a taste of The Daily Kitchen & Bar restaurant.

Roanoke steel manufacturer agrees to pay fine for fuel oil spill

ROANOKE — Nearly all of the oil estimated to have leaked from an underground pipe was later recovered in a cleanup.

Signs of weak holiday spending send retail stocks lower

NEW YORK — Stocks closed modestly lower on Monday, as traders returned from the Thanksgiving holiday to focus on the early signs of how the holiday shopping season may turn out and where interest rates may go in the U.S. and Europe.

Labor Law: Decorating the workplace for the holidays

Now that the holiday season is fully upon is, it’s time to deck the workplace halls with festive holiday fare.

Sales strategies: Get the most from a fractional sales manager

Many small businesses don’t have a sales team large enough to justify a person whose only role is to be the sales manager.

Business principles 101: Perform the tasks most critical to your business

I have had three breaks in my entrepreneurial career.

More Learning Center
Decision Maker: Richard Schultz

New position: executive director, Smart Beginnings Greater Richmond, a nonprofit organization under the Greater Richmond Chamber Foundation.

Getting to know: Joshua Poteat

Title: copy editor/proofreader/occasional copywriter at The Martin Agency; poet/pug wrangler at home (won Library of Virginia’s 2015 Carole Weinstein Prize in Poetry, which includes a $10,000 award)

Getting to know: Caryn Foster Durham

Title: Managing partner and owner of Charles Ryan Associates, a Richmond-based brand communications firm

Decision Maker for Nov. 23: Julie H. Gustavsson

New position: partner and chief operating officer, Keiter, the largest independent local CPA firm in Richmond.

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