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Whose Hole Is It? (Style Weekly)
There is a legal skirmish between two defendants — the city of Richmond and Washington-based developer Douglas Jemal — over who owns a hole in the 200 block of East Grace Street. In his lawsuit, Edinburgh Williams, 28, charges that he was walking down the street late one winter night last year when he fell into a 6-foot-by-4-foot rectangular manhole in the north sidewalk of East Grace along Second and Third streets.

South Hampton Roads’ biggest tax delinquents? Developers (Virginian-Pilot)
Some of South Hampton Roads’ largest landowners are also the region’s biggest tax delinquents. In each of the five cities, developers and development companies owe hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Roanoke’s Magnets USA: Attracting growth (Roanoke Times)
The Turner brothers’ complementary skills have meant expansion for this Roanoke manufacturer of promotional products.

$5.4M for the Real ‘Field of Dreams’(The Street.com)
If you buy it, they will come. Tourists, that is. The property where the classic movie Field of Dreams was filmed, currently a tourist attraction, is now being sold off for a hefty $5.4 million.

Housing market diagnosis: Bi-polar (Fortune)
There are two separate forces pulling it in opposite directions, and experts aren’t yet sure which path the market will take. On one hand, sales and prices are rising, indicating recovery. On the other hand, so are interest rates and repossessions, which most certainly do not. And then there are the millions of foreclosures that need to be sold but haven’t yet been listed — so-called shadow inventory — that could derail a real recovery if they hit the market in floods.

What’s Holding Back Women Entrepreneurs? (WSJ)
Women-owned businesses are a lot smaller than men-owned companies. Blame it partly on the women themselves—and partly on the people and institutions they deal with.

You’re the Boss. Make Sure You’re Getting Paid (Entrepreneur)
Not collecting a salary from your business could have adverse cash flow effects.

Whose Hole Is It? (Style Weekly)
There is a legal skirmish between two defendants — the city of Richmond and Washington-based developer Douglas Jemal — over who owns a hole in the 200 block of East Grace Street. In his lawsuit, Edinburgh Williams, 28, charges that he was walking down the street late one winter night last year when he fell into a 6-foot-by-4-foot rectangular manhole in the north sidewalk of East Grace along Second and Third streets.

South Hampton Roads’ biggest tax delinquents? Developers (Virginian-Pilot)
Some of South Hampton Roads’ largest landowners are also the region’s biggest tax delinquents. In each of the five cities, developers and development companies owe hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Roanoke’s Magnets USA: Attracting growth (Roanoke Times)
The Turner brothers’ complementary skills have meant expansion for this Roanoke manufacturer of promotional products.

$5.4M for the Real ‘Field of Dreams’(The Street.com)
If you buy it, they will come. Tourists, that is. The property where the classic movie Field of Dreams was filmed, currently a tourist attraction, is now being sold off for a hefty $5.4 million.

Housing market diagnosis: Bi-polar (Fortune)
There are two separate forces pulling it in opposite directions, and experts aren’t yet sure which path the market will take. On one hand, sales and prices are rising, indicating recovery. On the other hand, so are interest rates and repossessions, which most certainly do not. And then there are the millions of foreclosures that need to be sold but haven’t yet been listed — so-called shadow inventory — that could derail a real recovery if they hit the market in floods.

What’s Holding Back Women Entrepreneurs? (WSJ)
Women-owned businesses are a lot smaller than men-owned companies. Blame it partly on the women themselves—and partly on the people and institutions they deal with.

You’re the Boss. Make Sure You’re Getting Paid (Entrepreneur)
Not collecting a salary from your business could have adverse cash flow effects.

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