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Firm for Carytown project puts Jones fundraiser on hold (Times-Dispatch)
The lobbying firm for a proposed retail development near Carytown canceled a fundraiser for Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones on Tuesday amid concerns about the timing of the event and the mayor’s expressed support for the project

Former CEO of MICG says he owes $14.2 million (Daily Press)
Jeffrey A. Martinovich owes more than $14.2 million to a list of 204 creditors, including banks, the government and investors of his failed financial services firm, MICG Investment Management LLC, according to a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

Developer charged in fire that got out of control (Daily Progress)
An Albemarle County  developer has been charged with starting a fire that accidently spread to more than 800 acres near Ragged Mountain Farm, fire officials said Tuesday.

Blacksburg-based TechLab and Radford make building deal (Roanoke Times)
The medical diagnostics business has bought Radford’s Branwick Center, which to date has had no tenants.

Coke buys Honest Tea (Washington Post)
Coca-Cola announced Tuesday that it has sealed the deal to acquire Maryland organic-beverage company Honest Tea for an undisclosed price, a month after its option to buy the boutique brand, in which it owned a 40 percent stake, came due.

Twitter Big on Smaller Advertisers (WSJ)
Twitter is working to woo small businesses to buy ads around its messaging service as it tries to build a business that lives up to its multi-billion dollar valuation.

How to Restart a Company (Inc.)
Could Robin Sauve’s bid to relaunch a business backfire? Here’s how she managed to finance her start-up through the early stages.

Firm for Carytown project puts Jones fundraiser on hold (Times-Dispatch)
The lobbying firm for a proposed retail development near Carytown canceled a fundraiser for Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones on Tuesday amid concerns about the timing of the event and the mayor’s expressed support for the project

Former CEO of MICG says he owes $14.2 million (Daily Press)
Jeffrey A. Martinovich owes more than $14.2 million to a list of 204 creditors, including banks, the government and investors of his failed financial services firm, MICG Investment Management LLC, according to a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

Developer charged in fire that got out of control (Daily Progress)
An Albemarle County  developer has been charged with starting a fire that accidently spread to more than 800 acres near Ragged Mountain Farm, fire officials said Tuesday.

Blacksburg-based TechLab and Radford make building deal (Roanoke Times)
The medical diagnostics business has bought Radford’s Branwick Center, which to date has had no tenants.

Coke buys Honest Tea (Washington Post)
Coca-Cola announced Tuesday that it has sealed the deal to acquire Maryland organic-beverage company Honest Tea for an undisclosed price, a month after its option to buy the boutique brand, in which it owned a 40 percent stake, came due.

Twitter Big on Smaller Advertisers (WSJ)
Twitter is working to woo small businesses to buy ads around its messaging service as it tries to build a business that lives up to its multi-billion dollar valuation.

How to Restart a Company (Inc.)
Could Robin Sauve’s bid to relaunch a business backfire? Here’s how she managed to finance her start-up through the early stages.

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