SS United States: Historic vessel saved from scrap yard (Daily Press)
The legendary Newport News-built luxury liner that once carried Marilyn Monroe, Marlon Brando and John F. Kennedy has once again been saved from the scrap yard — for now.
TCC unveils plan for retail school that local developer helped create (Virginian-Pilot)
Tidewater Community College officials believe they’ll lure plenty of customers with their newest product: the TCC School of Retail.
Virgin Hotels searching for Washington foothold (Washington Post)
Virgin Hotels has identified a few sites for its foray into the Washington lodging market, but is at least two years away from launching a property under its new flag, according to owner Richard Branson.
The AOL Way: Broken, battered and hopeless (Fortune)
A leaked presentation on its “master plan” and its abysmal earnings report only confirm that AOL needs a new way.
Case Study: How to Raise Prices (Inc.)
Chargify’s clients were happy—as long as they didn’t have to pay. But when prices went up, the goodwill went away.
All About the Benjamins: The $100 Bill By the Numbers (Fast Company)
In an attempt to thwart government counterfeiters, the government has designed a $100 bill even it can’t print correctly. The redesigned C-note’s February release had to be postponed after printing problems cause some bills to come out creased and partially blank. Here’s a look at current U.S. monies, by the numbers.