NewsFeeds 8.21.09

Dinwiddie seeks $1.3 million for business park upgrades (Progress-Index)
ooking for some spillover from the region’s biggest private economic development project, Dinwiddie County plans to apply for $1.3 million in state grants to make improvements at its industrial parks.

Which of today’s clunkers will become tomorrow’s classic cars? (LA Times)
The great writer Dan Neil writes that you just never know what will bubble up through car consciousness to be declared desirable and collectible.

Health Care Hypocrisy (Slate)
Many of the pundits attacking government health insurance rely on government health insurance for their own families.

Three Best Ways to Start a Food Truck Business (WSJ)
From San Francisco to New York, restaurateurs seeking an extra boost in sales or entrepreneurs looking to sell food without paying rent are hitting the streets. From their kitchens-on-wheels, they’re serving everything from crème brulee to rotisserie chicken – and customers are gobbling it up.

The Weekly Wind-Down: Funny New Yorker cartoon
Somebody called about a consultant.

Rise of the Super-Rich Hits a Sobering Wall (NY Times)
The rich, as a group, are no longer getting richer. Over the last two years, they have become poorer. And many may not return to their old levels of wealth and income anytime soon.

Dinwiddie seeks $1.3 million for business park upgrades (Progress-Index)
ooking for some spillover from the region’s biggest private economic development project, Dinwiddie County plans to apply for $1.3 million in state grants to make improvements at its industrial parks.

Which of today’s clunkers will become tomorrow’s classic cars? (LA Times)
The great writer Dan Neil writes that you just never know what will bubble up through car consciousness to be declared desirable and collectible.

Health Care Hypocrisy (Slate)
Many of the pundits attacking government health insurance rely on government health insurance for their own families.

Three Best Ways to Start a Food Truck Business (WSJ)
From San Francisco to New York, restaurateurs seeking an extra boost in sales or entrepreneurs looking to sell food without paying rent are hitting the streets. From their kitchens-on-wheels, they’re serving everything from crème brulee to rotisserie chicken – and customers are gobbling it up.

The Weekly Wind-Down: Funny New Yorker cartoon
Somebody called about a consultant.

Rise of the Super-Rich Hits a Sobering Wall (NY Times)
The rich, as a group, are no longer getting richer. Over the last two years, they have become poorer. And many may not return to their old levels of wealth and income anytime soon.

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