Judge approves interim financing for Dominion Club (Times-Dispatch)
In an expedited hearing, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin R. Huennekens approved a plan to provide up to $1.5 million in debtor-in-possession financing for the club to ensure it can continue operations while restructuring.
Golfers tee off on Ford’s Colony (Virginia Gazette)
Eager to get into the mix, members of Ford’s Colony Country Club have weighed in on the bankruptcy proceedings. Club members have organized in an association represented by local attorney Susan Tarley. She sent a letter last week to lawyers involved in the case with what members seek.
Carilion slows net-asset slide (Roanoke Times)
The Roanoke-based clinic saw its fiscal 2010 net assets drop 6 percent, an improvement over the previous two years’ declines.
Tense time for workers, as career paths fade away (USA Today)
The Labor Department predicts that during the next decade there will be fewer workers in almost one-quarter of the 750 occupations it tracks, even as the total number of jobs increases by 10%.
Glock: America’s Gun (Business Week)
How Austria’s Glock became the weapon of choice for U.S. cops, Second Amendment enthusiasts, and mass killers like the alleged Tucson gunman Jared Loughner.
How Ford did it (Fortune)
There are signs of life from all of the Big 3 at the Detroit Auto Show, but it’s Ford that remains ahead of the curve.