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Dominion natural-gas plant 70 percent complete (Times-Dispatch)
A natural gas-powered plant, Bear Garden is expected to be in operation by the spring. About 700 people now work in construction at the 35-acre site.

Relocating in a down economy made sense to businesses (Virginian-Pilot)
Why would a shop owner want to move, with the economy in tatters? For these four businesses, it was to cut rental costs, escape a sub-optimal location, reach a new market, add a niche.

Law firms expand despite downturn (Washington Post)
Over the past two years, law firms have been scrambling to find new work to make up for lost revenue they experienced when their corporate clients, particularly in commercial real estate and finance, significantly reduced their legal work to save money. They have taken a range of action — closing practice areas, laying off lawyers, using contract lawyers, offshoring legal work, merging and even shutting down.

No Teacher Left Behind (Slate)
When did it get to be so hard to fire a teacher?

Is Your Business Killing You? (Entrepreneur)
Trying to be superhuman almost cost Dena Patton her company–and her life.

Dominion natural-gas plant 70 percent complete (Times-Dispatch)
A natural gas-powered plant, Bear Garden is expected to be in operation by the spring. About 700 people now work in construction at the 35-acre site.

Relocating in a down economy made sense to businesses (Virginian-Pilot)
Why would a shop owner want to move, with the economy in tatters? For these four businesses, it was to cut rental costs, escape a sub-optimal location, reach a new market, add a niche.

Law firms expand despite downturn (Washington Post)
Over the past two years, law firms have been scrambling to find new work to make up for lost revenue they experienced when their corporate clients, particularly in commercial real estate and finance, significantly reduced their legal work to save money. They have taken a range of action — closing practice areas, laying off lawyers, using contract lawyers, offshoring legal work, merging and even shutting down.

No Teacher Left Behind (Slate)
When did it get to be so hard to fire a teacher?

Is Your Business Killing You? (Entrepreneur)
Trying to be superhuman almost cost Dena Patton her company–and her life.

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