NewsFeeds 10.14.10

Top 40 Under 40 2010 (Style Weekly)
The young men and women changing Richmond.

Auction of Justin French’s mansion postponed (Times-Dispatch)
The auction sale of a Richmond mansion owned by a developer facing legal and financial problems was called off yesterday, as part of a moratorium on foreclosures imposed by the Bank of America.

Underwater power line could spark Hampton Roads jobs (Virginian-Pilot)
The proposal to build an underwater electricity transmission line to serve wind turbine farms off the East Coast could stoke efforts to lure renewable energy companies to Hampton Roads, local officials said Wednesday.

Chance for adventure tourism grows in Botetourt County workshop (Roanoke Times)
A workshop in Botetourt County will help those interested in adventure tourism ventures with the basics of starting up such a business.

Rental boom provides life preserver for developers (Washington Post)
Despite one of the biggest construction slowdowns in decades, Washington area developers and investors are hustling to get new apartments out of the ground as quickly as possible, looking to take advantage of a growing stream of young job seekers who are moving to Washington.

Bankers Ignored Signs of Trouble on Foreclosures (NY Times)
Inexperienced employees and a lack of organization led to chaos in the foreclosure process at many lenders, a mess that came as little surprise to industry insiders.

Business Owners Looking to Sell Come Up Short (WSJ)
Small-business owners banking on a big payoff when they sell their establishments may have to settle for a lot less than planned. A combination of tight credit, skittish buyers and business owners unwilling to sell at rock-bottom prices—factors similarly affecting home sellers—has left the small-business marketplace at a standstill.

How to Expand Your Market (Inc.)
Columnist Norm Brodsky suggests ways for one business owner, in the business of providing wedding centerpieces, to reduce her travel costs to events and still expand her market share.

Top 40 Under 40 2010 (Style Weekly)
The young men and women changing Richmond.

Auction of Justin French’s mansion postponed (Times-Dispatch)
The auction sale of a Richmond mansion owned by a developer facing legal and financial problems was called off yesterday, as part of a moratorium on foreclosures imposed by the Bank of America.

Underwater power line could spark Hampton Roads jobs (Virginian-Pilot)
The proposal to build an underwater electricity transmission line to serve wind turbine farms off the East Coast could stoke efforts to lure renewable energy companies to Hampton Roads, local officials said Wednesday.

Chance for adventure tourism grows in Botetourt County workshop (Roanoke Times)
A workshop in Botetourt County will help those interested in adventure tourism ventures with the basics of starting up such a business.

Rental boom provides life preserver for developers (Washington Post)
Despite one of the biggest construction slowdowns in decades, Washington area developers and investors are hustling to get new apartments out of the ground as quickly as possible, looking to take advantage of a growing stream of young job seekers who are moving to Washington.

Bankers Ignored Signs of Trouble on Foreclosures (NY Times)
Inexperienced employees and a lack of organization led to chaos in the foreclosure process at many lenders, a mess that came as little surprise to industry insiders.

Business Owners Looking to Sell Come Up Short (WSJ)
Small-business owners banking on a big payoff when they sell their establishments may have to settle for a lot less than planned. A combination of tight credit, skittish buyers and business owners unwilling to sell at rock-bottom prices—factors similarly affecting home sellers—has left the small-business marketplace at a standstill.

How to Expand Your Market (Inc.)
Columnist Norm Brodsky suggests ways for one business owner, in the business of providing wedding centerpieces, to reduce her travel costs to events and still expand her market share.

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