NewsFeeds 8.8.11

Central Park Borders is headed to foreclosure (Free-Lance Star)
A foreclosure auction has been scheduled for the 24,000-square-foot building in Fredericksburg’s Central Park that is now home to a Borders bookstore.

 U.Va.’s Darden School nets record haul (Virginian-Pilot)
The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business hit a record in its annual fund drive, raising $3.5 million in the recently completed fiscal year. That was 17 percent higher than last year’s $3 million, the previous record.

Experts: AirTran loss not insurmountable for airport (Daily Press)
he Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport sustained a staggering loss last week with AirTran  Airway’s announcement it would abandon the market in March. But all is not lost, according to airport officials and an industry analyst.

Sharp Rift in a Strike at Verizon (NY Times)
The striking workers are mostly in Verizon’s declining wireline businesses, but also in its popular FiOS service. The company remains highly profitable.

Hackers Take $1 Billion a Year as Banks Blame Their Clients (Business Week)
Cybercrooks, operating mostly out of Eastern Europe, are targeting the bank accounts of small companies, school districts, and local governments in the U.S. and Europe.

Racing to Build the Next Spacecraft (Inc.)
Here’s a look at the top four contenders for developing the next spacecraft, how much funding they’ve received, and how close they are to sending a crewed flight into orbit.

Central Park Borders is headed to foreclosure (Free-Lance Star)
A foreclosure auction has been scheduled for the 24,000-square-foot building in Fredericksburg’s Central Park that is now home to a Borders bookstore.

 U.Va.’s Darden School nets record haul (Virginian-Pilot)
The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business hit a record in its annual fund drive, raising $3.5 million in the recently completed fiscal year. That was 17 percent higher than last year’s $3 million, the previous record.

Experts: AirTran loss not insurmountable for airport (Daily Press)
he Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport sustained a staggering loss last week with AirTran  Airway’s announcement it would abandon the market in March. But all is not lost, according to airport officials and an industry analyst.

Sharp Rift in a Strike at Verizon (NY Times)
The striking workers are mostly in Verizon’s declining wireline businesses, but also in its popular FiOS service. The company remains highly profitable.

Hackers Take $1 Billion a Year as Banks Blame Their Clients (Business Week)
Cybercrooks, operating mostly out of Eastern Europe, are targeting the bank accounts of small companies, school districts, and local governments in the U.S. and Europe.

Racing to Build the Next Spacecraft (Inc.)
Here’s a look at the top four contenders for developing the next spacecraft, how much funding they’ve received, and how close they are to sending a crewed flight into orbit.

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