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Aldi plans stores for the Boulevard, Forest Hill Ave. and Robious Rd.

The discount grocery chain plans to put a store on a 1.3-­acre site just off the Boulevard near West Broad Street, where the Bill’s Barbecue restaurant operated for decades until it closed in 2012.

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Search committee for new VCU Health System CEO holds first meeting

The person hired also will hold the title of vice president for health sciences, with ultimate oversight of the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Allied Health Professions, Dentistry and Pharmacy.

Regulators OK 'net neutrality' rules for Internet providers

WASHINGTON — Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile now must act in the "public interest" when providing a mobile connection to your home or phone, under rules approved Thursday by a divided Federal Communications Commission.

Altria and other companies settle 400 smoker lawsuits in Florida

Philip Morris USA Inc. subsidiary has agreed to pay $42.5 million to settle the cases, which are pending in federal court.

Governor proposes part-time ABC board

Under McAuliffe's proposal, the state liquor authority would be led by a part-time board and a chief executive officer

Alan Krueger, professor of economics at Princeton University

It's hard to teach people to be rational. So it's important to teach habits.

Chiropractic firm adds Henrico, Hanover offices

Ariya Family Chiropractic Centers now has six locations

Dollar Tree still awaits federal clearance on deal

The company is seeking to buy Family Dollar but must still get permission from federal anti-trust regulators. 

Change of title should ease home's inheritance

QUESTION: My husband died five ago and I have yet to take his name off of the title of our home. I have three children who will share equally at my death. I have nothing else of value except an old car. My question is, how do I word the title so they have no problems when they sell it?

Working the web: Fixing your content marketing

Most businesses stink at content, and you may be one of them.

Business principles 101: Trust, but verify

If you discover that you can't trust people, you'll learn that some deals are better left undone. 

Ask Doug & Polly: Should I move out of my home office?

Moving from a home office to rented space is a big decision, but it can also come with a big payoff. 

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Leo W. Lantz

He's president of Leo Lantz Construction Inc. and 2015 president of the Home Building Association of Richmond.

Charlene Harper

She's a civil engineer for a land planning and design firm.

Sunday Q&A with John Easter, Greater Richmond Chamber

The chamber's lobbyist evaluates the 2015 General Assembly session, which is scheduled to end this week.

Laurence Vincent Parker Jr.

He focuses on mergers, acquisitions and divestitures as a corporate lawyer at Williams Mullen. 

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It's hard to teach people to be rational. So it's important to teach habits.

- Alan Krueger, professor of economics at Princeton University

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