Newsfeeds 4.15.09

New facility protects corporate assets (Inside Business)
Free once you register: The $15 million Williamsburg Health Evaluation Center, a health diagnostic center that combines five-star amenities with diagnostic technology, is like a day spa that could save your life.

Why You Should Give Up Your Land (Slate)
Community land trusts can prevent foreclosures, yet few use them.

Retail sales in March tarnish economy’s glimmers of hope (USA Today)
Fewer sales were seen at a broad range of retailers, led by a 5.9% drop at electronics and appliance stores and a 2.5% decline at car dealerships, according to the Commerce Department. Lower sales were also seen at stores selling furniture, building materials and gardening equipment, clothing, sporting goods and other hobby items as well as at restaurant and bars. Sales were down 1.7% for internet retailers.

As Company Shares Give Way in ’08, Pay of Area CEOs Stays Above Fray (Washington Post)
The shareholders who own the Washington region’s big public companies didn’t do very well last year, as most stocks swooned in the downturn. But most of the men and women who run those companies did not suffer proportionately, according to regulatory filings.

My Favorite Write-off (Inc.)
Entrepreneurs tend to be experts in the art and science of deducting business expenses from their tax bills. Here, five business owners discuss their favorite deductions, from retirement savings to charitable donations to, yes, the much-needed manicure.

New facility protects corporate assets (Inside Business)
Free once you register: The $15 million Williamsburg Health Evaluation Center, a health diagnostic center that combines five-star amenities with diagnostic technology, is like a day spa that could save your life.

Why You Should Give Up Your Land (Slate)
Community land trusts can prevent foreclosures, yet few use them.

Retail sales in March tarnish economy’s glimmers of hope (USA Today)
Fewer sales were seen at a broad range of retailers, led by a 5.9% drop at electronics and appliance stores and a 2.5% decline at car dealerships, according to the Commerce Department. Lower sales were also seen at stores selling furniture, building materials and gardening equipment, clothing, sporting goods and other hobby items as well as at restaurant and bars. Sales were down 1.7% for internet retailers.

As Company Shares Give Way in ’08, Pay of Area CEOs Stays Above Fray (Washington Post)
The shareholders who own the Washington region’s big public companies didn’t do very well last year, as most stocks swooned in the downturn. But most of the men and women who run those companies did not suffer proportionately, according to regulatory filings.

My Favorite Write-off (Inc.)
Entrepreneurs tend to be experts in the art and science of deducting business expenses from their tax bills. Here, five business owners discuss their favorite deductions, from retirement savings to charitable donations to, yes, the much-needed manicure.

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