Low-cost intercity bus service coming Dec. 15 to Richmond (Times-Dispatch)
Megabus.com, which already serves more than 40 cities in North America, will announce this morning that it will add Washington as a hub and begin daily service between 10 cities and the nation’s capital — including Richmond — on Dec. 15.
More companies launching workplace banking programs (Washington Post)
Local banks are reporting a resurgence in the popularity of workplace banking programs, as companies look for low-cost measures to beef up benefits in a constrained economic environment. These programs typically offer employees free or discounted financial services, while providing banks a source of new customers.
GM is selling stock, but most of the public can’t buy (LA Times)
Most Americans won’t have access to the automaker’s IPO shares, and many of those who will are likely to be well-heeled customers at big Wall Street firms.
Homes of Titans Who Rule the Tech World (Yahoo)
After learning of Steve Jobs’ soon-to-be demolished historic home, and Mark Zuckerberg’s life as a month-to-month renter, we decided to see what other types of real estate today’s tech titans like to call home. Here’s where some of the biggest (and richest) tech-industry moguls take a break from their Web-ruled world.
The Perils of Being the Little Fish (WSJ)
Garrett Camp sold his company to eBay. Two years later, he bought it back. Here’s why.
Don’t Try to Sell Too Soon (Inc.)
Veteran entrepreneur Norm Brodsky discusses the importance of having a proven business model, strong cash flow, and good growth prospects before trying to sell.