Greyhound Express launches Richmond service to NYC (Times-Dispatch)
Greyhound Express buses run between Richmond and Newark, N.J., and New York City, with at least three direct round trips daily. Richmond service began Tuesday.
Virginia Beach amusement park folds (Virginian-Pilot)
Another amusement park is coming to the Oceanfront site. Jim Loomis, who owns Virginia Beach Motor World, a go-kart track on South Birdneck Road, will run the new park.
Hulu Weighs Sale After Unsolicited Bid (NY Times)
The online video service may reach out to other media companies and private equity firms that have coveted the chance to buy the service.
Start-Up Faces GPS Issue (WSJ)
LightSquared, a start-up attempting to build an alternative high-speed wireless network, proposed a plan that it believes will allow it to operate without crippling GPS signals and equipment.
Marketing a Brand New Product (Inc.)
What the Snuggie, the Roomba, and other innovative products can teach you about turning an unknown name and product into a consumer success.
The $32,000 Startup (Business Week)
In an age of outsourcing, starting an online business or improving an existing one means founders don’t need technical skills or outside funding.