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SRMC names Michael J. Yungmann as new CEO (Progress-Index)
Southside Regional Medical Center has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer. Michael J. Yungmann will take over the spot on July 26. The position was held for nearly seven years by David Fikse, who’s last day was June 25.

Ford razes buildings at plant before finalizing sale (Virginian-Pilot)
Ford Motor Co. in recent weeks began demolishing buildings at its shuttered Norfolk F-150 plant ahead of finalizing the sale of the property to a developer.

Sam’s Club partners with lender to offer small-business loans (Washington Post)
Wal-Mart’s Sam’s Club chain is partnering with a lender to offer loans of up to $25,000 to its small-business members. The program is one of several moves the retail giant has made to offer banklike financial services to customers, in part to help them spend. It also comes as the retailer tries to improve profitability at its warehouse-club chain.

BP Retailers See Little Help From Aid Plan as Spill Cuts Sales (Business Week)
Frustration mounts as the entrepreneurs who own more than 95 percent of BP’s 11,500 U.S. filling stations lose sales to angry consumers who have no way to punish the London-based oil producer directly. Bob Juckniess said sales declines at his 10 Chicago-area stations worsened to 20 percent in June, after BP failed in a so-called top-kill effort to plug its leaking well.

Should a Business Offer Paid Maternity Leave? (WSJ)
Bucking the trend, some small companies provide new moms (and dads) with paid time off.

Hire Now, Save Later (Entrepreneur)
How you can save thousands in taxes by giving jobs to the unemployed.

SRMC names Michael J. Yungmann as new CEO (Progress-Index)
Southside Regional Medical Center has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer. Michael J. Yungmann will take over the spot on July 26. The position was held for nearly seven years by David Fikse, who’s last day was June 25.

Ford razes buildings at plant before finalizing sale (Virginian-Pilot)
Ford Motor Co. in recent weeks began demolishing buildings at its shuttered Norfolk F-150 plant ahead of finalizing the sale of the property to a developer.

Sam’s Club partners with lender to offer small-business loans (Washington Post)
Wal-Mart’s Sam’s Club chain is partnering with a lender to offer loans of up to $25,000 to its small-business members. The program is one of several moves the retail giant has made to offer banklike financial services to customers, in part to help them spend. It also comes as the retailer tries to improve profitability at its warehouse-club chain.

BP Retailers See Little Help From Aid Plan as Spill Cuts Sales (Business Week)
Frustration mounts as the entrepreneurs who own more than 95 percent of BP’s 11,500 U.S. filling stations lose sales to angry consumers who have no way to punish the London-based oil producer directly. Bob Juckniess said sales declines at his 10 Chicago-area stations worsened to 20 percent in June, after BP failed in a so-called top-kill effort to plug its leaking well.

Should a Business Offer Paid Maternity Leave? (WSJ)
Bucking the trend, some small companies provide new moms (and dads) with paid time off.

Hire Now, Save Later (Entrepreneur)
How you can save thousands in taxes by giving jobs to the unemployed.

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