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A challenge results in a craft store (Progress-Index)
A Colonial Heights shop was born when Kathy Wilson challenged her husband about a bench.

Va. attorney general sues over federal health care overhaul (AP)
Virginia’s attorney general on Tuesday made good on his promise to sue the federal government over health care overhaul legislation, saying the new law is unconstitutional because it requires people to purchase health insurance or face penalties.

PBM being sold to major pharmaceutical maker (Times-Dispatch)
A Virginia company that rose to become a force in the infant-formula business is being sold to one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical makers.

Pay czar limits salaries for top executives at 5 firms (Washington Post)
The Obama administration’s pay czar on Tuesday announced further pay cuts for top executives at five U.S. firms still receiving substantial help from the federal government, saying the vast majority of cash salaries will remain at $500,000 or less.

Saluting Great American Craftsmen (Inc.)
Photographer Tadd Myers spent a year training his lens on entrepreneurs who do things the way they’ve always been done. His work captured the stories of unique American craftsmen.

From the Blackboard to the Boardroom (Entrepreneur)
7 entrepreneurs who hatched their concepts with the support of their business schools continue to find success outside ivy-covered walls.

Craziest tax deductions (TheStreet.com)
People try to deduct just about anything, from extra business mileage to Spanish language cable to call girl services. But the IRS isn’t stupid.

A challenge results in a craft store (Progress-Index)
A Colonial Heights shop was born when Kathy Wilson challenged her husband about a bench.

Va. attorney general sues over federal health care overhaul (AP)
Virginia’s attorney general on Tuesday made good on his promise to sue the federal government over health care overhaul legislation, saying the new law is unconstitutional because it requires people to purchase health insurance or face penalties.

PBM being sold to major pharmaceutical maker (Times-Dispatch)
A Virginia company that rose to become a force in the infant-formula business is being sold to one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical makers.

Pay czar limits salaries for top executives at 5 firms (Washington Post)
The Obama administration’s pay czar on Tuesday announced further pay cuts for top executives at five U.S. firms still receiving substantial help from the federal government, saying the vast majority of cash salaries will remain at $500,000 or less.

Saluting Great American Craftsmen (Inc.)
Photographer Tadd Myers spent a year training his lens on entrepreneurs who do things the way they’ve always been done. His work captured the stories of unique American craftsmen.

From the Blackboard to the Boardroom (Entrepreneur)
7 entrepreneurs who hatched their concepts with the support of their business schools continue to find success outside ivy-covered walls.

Craziest tax deductions (TheStreet.com)
People try to deduct just about anything, from extra business mileage to Spanish language cable to call girl services. But the IRS isn’t stupid.

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