Father-son partners are the force behind Movieland cinema (Times-Dispatch)
Some nice background about the developers: About five years ago, Charley and Ben Moss traveled from Atlanta to New York and stopped for an overnight rest at The Jefferson Hotel. “We were wowed by the history of this place,” said Ben Moss, who, like his father, wears bow ties to work. Bow Tie’s first planned project in Richmond was not the Boulevard site. Instead, they planned to redevelop a downtown block bounded by Main and Cary streets between Third and Fourth streets that they named Jefferson Square. They had planned to put in a cinema with retail and office space.
Mediators flourish in tough economy (Daily Progress)
Local mediation groups and lawyers have reported changes in how often couples seek mediation to draft a separation agreement and how long they’ll wait before filing for divorce. The Mediation Center of Charlottesville has seen an increase in the number of couples wanting to use mediation to draft a separation agreement. Mediation is significantly cheaper than taking a divorce case to court.
CNBC Thrives as Hosts Deliver News With Attitude (NY Times)
in a change from previous downturns, CNBC is now a place for politics, to borrow a phrase from its sister channel MSNBC. The network’s journalists have been encouraged to speak their minds, making the line between reporter and commentator almost indistinguishable at times.
How to Get Customers to Pay Up (BNET)
To successfully collect payments on time, companies need a plan in place that includes more than just the threat of a bill collector calling six times per day. Here are three key steps to get clients to pay up in a down economy.
How to Make Your Message Stick (Entrepreneur)
Memorable marketing leads to sales. Follow these 4 essential tips to make your message unforgettable.