Imprisoned Richmond developer still on hook for state charges (Times-Dispatch)
Imprisoned Richmond developer Justin G. French was supposed to leave prison in West Virginia for the day to appear in Richmond Circuit Court on Thursday on state charges of forgery.
Profits rise for Monarch and Old Point (Virginian-Pilot)
The parent of Monarch Bank said Thursday that its second-quarter net income climbed 12 percent.Meanwhile, Old Point Financial Corp. said its net income for the quarter edged up 3 percent.
Stafford ponders future growth (Freelance-Star)
Now that county officials have decided where to put the high-density, mixed-use development zones, they need to decide what will go inside them.
Kluge’s $47.5 million liabilities outpace assets (C-Ville)
Moses and Kluge are currently employed as “vintners” by Eric Trump Wine Manufacturing LLC. After taxes, the two make a combined monthly income of roughly $15,000. However, monthly expenses of $22,000 put the couple at a $7,000 net loss each month.
Is Apple interested in buying Hulu? (Reuters)
Apple’s got a lot of money to throw around, to the tune of $76.2 billion. Is it interested in spending a chunk of that on online video service Hulu?
Many Seek to Revamp Post Office (New York Times)
Until the deficit negotiations took center stage this summer, several members of Congress had another issue they wanted to focus on: an overhaul of the Postal Service, which is on the brink of insolvency.
Hertz Guns For Zipcar’s Business (Fast Company)
The rental car agencies new car sharing business hits Zipcar where it hurts: cheaper prices and electric cars.
50 Songs to Listen to at Work (Inc.)
Former Rolling Stone editor Matt Hendrickson suggests music you should be listening to while working.