Capitol Floors & Decorating closes business (Times-Dispatch)
Capitol Floors & Decorating, a flooring and home furnishings supplier since 1969, is closed and is liquidating inventory at its showroom in western Henrico County.
Blogger sues Fluvanna over seal (Daily Progress)
The owner of The Fluco Blog, a Fluvanna County-based news site, has filed a lawsuit over an ordinance limiting the use of the official Fluvanna County seal.
Cox, The Pilot, WVEC discontinue LNC5 TV venture (Virginian-Pilot)
The venture, forged in 1997, had featured “Pilot 13 News,” a live 10 p.m. newscast on Cox’s Channel 5, until it was discontinued in January 2009.
Post 200: Meet the area’s power players in business (Washington Post)
Our annual guide to the region’s biggest companies, banks, law firms and other organizations.
Strained States Turning to Laws to Curb Labor Unions (NY Times)
As state officials try to plug budget shortfalls, many are looking at legislation to scale back the power of labor unions, especially those that represent state workers.
Web and other options are shaking up how we watch TV (USA Today)
If you gave or got a TV set, game console, Blu-ray player or DVR for the holidays, you might become the kind of person who scares executives who run movie and television production studios, broadcast and cable channels, and cable and satellite systems. Many of these devices now make it easy for people with home broadband networks to feed content from the Internet, including Hollywood movies and TV shows, onto their TVs.
Tech Predictions for 2011 (Inc.)
Will Windows Phone 7 be a contender? Will location-based services finally take off? Here’s a look at these and several other tech trends forecasted for 2011.
I sold my company for $100 million. Oops. (Fortune)
Tech founders, beware: The fine print can come back to bite when you sell your company.