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Atlanta developer in talks to buy Norfolk Ford plant (Virginian-Pilot)
Ford Motor Co. is in discussions with an Atlanta developer who wants to buy the automaker’s shuttered Norfolk pick up plant and redevelop it as a mixed-use industrial project, a Ford spokeswoman said Thursday.

$5,000 tax credit for each new job a big part of Obama’s plan (USA Today)
President Obama will promote tax cuts for small businesses Friday as he continues his renewed focus on job creation, but some of the nation’s job creators are dubious. One sentence from his State of the Union address Wednesday night will become the focus of his visit to Baltimore: a $5,000 tax credit for each job created on a net basis in 2010, up to $500,000 per company.

The Best and Worst Industries of the Next Decade (Inc.)
A new analysis predicts which industries will experience the best and worst revenue growth over the next ten years.

The Biggest Liars in Business (TheStreet.com)
We all know that businesses occasionally distort the truth a bit. We call that advertising. But the companies on this list seem to have been dishonest in the more traditional sense.

The Weekly Wind-Down: Funny ambulance chaser ad (YouTube)
He went a bit heavy on the flames in the background, no?

Atlanta developer in talks to buy Norfolk Ford plant (Virginian-Pilot)
Ford Motor Co. is in discussions with an Atlanta developer who wants to buy the automaker’s shuttered Norfolk pick up plant and redevelop it as a mixed-use industrial project, a Ford spokeswoman said Thursday.

$5,000 tax credit for each new job a big part of Obama’s plan (USA Today)
President Obama will promote tax cuts for small businesses Friday as he continues his renewed focus on job creation, but some of the nation’s job creators are dubious. One sentence from his State of the Union address Wednesday night will become the focus of his visit to Baltimore: a $5,000 tax credit for each job created on a net basis in 2010, up to $500,000 per company.

The Best and Worst Industries of the Next Decade (Inc.)
A new analysis predicts which industries will experience the best and worst revenue growth over the next ten years.

The Biggest Liars in Business (TheStreet.com)
We all know that businesses occasionally distort the truth a bit. We call that advertising. But the companies on this list seem to have been dishonest in the more traditional sense.

The Weekly Wind-Down: Funny ambulance chaser ad (YouTube)
He went a bit heavy on the flames in the background, no?

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