S-A-T-I-R-E Three Additional Glenside/Broad Exits To Be Added (Tobacco Avenue)
Henrico County officials today announced a multi-year transportation plan that will add three more exits off westbound lanes of Interstate 64 onto Glenside Drive and Broad Street, increasing the total number of exits there to six.
Portsmouth plans ‘City Center’ development in Midtown (Virginian-Pilot)
Virginia Beach created a Town Center, Newport News built City Center at Oyster Point, and Hampton has the Peninsula Town Center. Next up: a multimillion dollar City Center for Portsmouth, heavy on the medicine.
Snowstorms lead to February drop in area sales tax revenue (Daily Progress)
With retail sales plagued by significant snowfalls, sales tax income for Albemarle County and Charlottesville dropped for the second-straight month in February in comparison with 2009 figures, according to data released by the Virginia Department of Taxation.
Apple launches ad system for mobile devices in race with Google (LA Times)
CEO Steve Jobs announces the iAd advertising network among features coming this year to its iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch line, aiming to tap into an infant market with huge potential.
Should Gay Owners Out Themselves? (WSJ)
Some gay entrepreneurs say raising the subject isn’t necessary and that it would be unprofessional to do so. “If it’s not relevant, then it shouldn’t be brought out in an interview,” says Eileen Kessler, who is gay and the owner of OmniStudio Inc., a marketing-communications firm in Washington, D.C.
Build a Values-Driven Business (Inc.)
To raise awareness of the impact a pair of shoes can have, TOMS asked people to go barefoot for a day. Here’s how you can be more like TOMS.
The Weekly Wind-Down: Master of Business Card Throwing (YouTube)
Finally a use for all those business cards that pile up at work. A very cool video and safe to watch at work.