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An auction for the ages: Kluge preview begins Monday (Daily Progress)
On 300 pastoral acres in southern Albemarle County, a dynasty is for sale. An opulent estate that once housed Charlottesville royalty – billionaires John and Patricia Kluge – is being disassembled.

Tourism hopes rise at Smith Mountain Lake (Roanoke Times)
Demand slowed significantly in the past two years. A poor economy and declining vacation traffic dried up sales for many businesses at Smith Mountain Lake that count on the months of May through September and the tourism dollars they bring. Now, the lake’s tourism market is coming back, albeit slowly.

Venting Online, Consumers Can Find Themselves in Court (NY Times)
Web sites like Facebook, Twitter and Yelp have given individuals a global platform on which to air their grievances with companies. But legal experts say the soaring popularity of such sites has also given rise to more cases in which a business sues an individual for posting critical comments online.

Three Best Ways to Expand Overseas (WSJ)
Expanding overseas in the current economy may seem like a pipedream for small-business owners. But many have taken the plunge despite the recession, allowing them to diversify their risk and client base in markets abroad. To ease the process, here are three best ways to expand overseas.

Why Washington’s Worth Watching (Entrepreneur)
The Obama administration has shown great interest in small-business owners, but some still wonder when they’ll see results to match.

An auction for the ages: Kluge preview begins Monday (Daily Progress)
On 300 pastoral acres in southern Albemarle County, a dynasty is for sale. An opulent estate that once housed Charlottesville royalty – billionaires John and Patricia Kluge – is being disassembled.

Tourism hopes rise at Smith Mountain Lake (Roanoke Times)
Demand slowed significantly in the past two years. A poor economy and declining vacation traffic dried up sales for many businesses at Smith Mountain Lake that count on the months of May through September and the tourism dollars they bring. Now, the lake’s tourism market is coming back, albeit slowly.

Venting Online, Consumers Can Find Themselves in Court (NY Times)
Web sites like Facebook, Twitter and Yelp have given individuals a global platform on which to air their grievances with companies. But legal experts say the soaring popularity of such sites has also given rise to more cases in which a business sues an individual for posting critical comments online.

Three Best Ways to Expand Overseas (WSJ)
Expanding overseas in the current economy may seem like a pipedream for small-business owners. But many have taken the plunge despite the recession, allowing them to diversify their risk and client base in markets abroad. To ease the process, here are three best ways to expand overseas.

Why Washington’s Worth Watching (Entrepreneur)
The Obama administration has shown great interest in small-business owners, but some still wonder when they’ll see results to match.

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