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Fed's Lacker says 'strong case' to raise interest rates in June

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey M. Lacker said the general strength of the economy meant rates could probably go up sooner rather than later.

Local Business News

Joint effort needed to tackle affordable housing issues, report says

A multipronged strategy and regional collaboration will be needed to ensure affordable housing for the Richmond area, according to a report released Tuesday to address current and future housing needs for the region.

MeadWestvaco buying product line from International Paper Co.

Packaging company MeadWestvaco Corp. is buying a high-end printing paper business from one of its major competitors.

Dominion Resrouces selling Carolina gas unit to its natural gas partnership

The move consolidates more of Dominion's natural gas assets in a partnership that has certain tax benefits.

Charles Darwin

It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the most adaptable to change.

Radio One names local station manager

Martha Landress will oversee four stations in the area.

Rutherfoord to retire from insurance brokerage

Thomas D. Rutherfoord Jr., has worked at the insurance brokerage that bears his family's name since 1971.

Your Funds: Legend’s passing leaves lesson in simplicity

Sheldon Jacobs won by not losing. He wasn’t the greatest ever at selecting mutual funds; he didn’t post breathtaking numbers. He won the race in the style of the tortoise, slow and steady.

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Ask Doug & Polly: How can I help my intern have a good experience?

Define a clear project, and identify measures for success. 

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. 

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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

If you haven't found something strange during the day, it hasn't been much of a day.

-- J.A. Wheeler, physicist

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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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