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MeadWestvaco will keep executive offices in Richmond after merger with rival

But the deal will also come with substantial cost cutting, which could have an impact on jobs. 

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Changes to closing Westhampton Theater could reshape Libbie and Grove

A real estate broker working with the owner said no specific plans have been made for the building's future.

Kaleo to partner with Clinton Foundation on medical device

The partnership will make the device, an auto-injector called Evzio, available at a discount to colleges and universities, public safety organizations and community organizations that are not covered by insurance.

Pump leak at Surry reactor prompts power reduction

One of the two reactors was operating at 60 percent of capacity while the leak is fixed. 

Eagle Construction gains 74 home lots in Va. Beach

The lots are in the master-planned community of Ashville Park in southeastern Virginia Beach

RIC passenger traffic increases 4.9 percent in 2014

Richmond International Airport had a winner of a year in 2014.

Regulations for Uber, Lyft clear House committee

The strong support for the bills in House and Senate committees could mean smooth sailing for both measures when they are up for a vote before the two chambers. 

Norfolk Southern to close Roanoke office building, shift 500 jobs to Atlanta or Norfolk

The announcement affects 30 percent of the company's 1,700-person work force in the Roanoke region and shuts down its local hub of white-collar jobs in such departments as marketing, accounting and information technology.

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Labor Law: Wage wars

States and cities are increasingly mandating a minimum wage that is higher than the national requirement. 

Leading-Edge Law: Is there First Amendment protection for offensive trademarks?

Can you trademark a business name -- or other title -- that some people find offensive? The Redskins and others could find out this year?

Sales strategies: Selling yourself to sell your company

If you're not making the right impression on a client, it doesn't matter how good your product or sales strategies are. 

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Scott Turner

He's the new senior relationship manager at Oyster Consulting.

Sabrina Walters

She's the Owner of Umami Gourmet Coffee & Exotic Tea Shop on Lakeside Avenue

Melissa Mae Miller

She's executive director of the Hanover Association of Businesses and Chamber of Commerce.

Alan Cannaday

He's the mortgage sales manager at the Virginia Credit Union.

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