NewsFeeds 8.11.11

Richmond city workers complain of racism (Times-Dispatch)
The Richmond Department of Public Utilities, rocked in April after nine employees were charged with falsely claiming overtime pay, now faces allegations of racial discrimination against black workers.

Spotsylvania names new economic development director (Free-Lance Star)
Tom Rumora has been named Spotsylvania’s new director of economic development, the county announced yesterday.

 Virginia Beach restaurant offers $30 burger (Virginian-Pilot)
At $28.95, the Apocalypse Now is the costliest burger at Todd Jurich’s 21st Century Burger Bar, which opened earlier this summer at the Oceanfront.

Capital One to buy HSBC unit (Washington Post)
The $2.6B deal would make the McLean firm the nation’s third-largest issuer of store credit cards.

U.S. Seeks Ideas on Renting Out Foreclosed Property (NY Times)
The Obama administration wants to turn properties into rentals to be sold in bulk or managed by someone else.

Wingman Businesses Cash in on Men’s Dating Dilemmas (Entrepreneur)
A neat story about how three entrepreneurs got their start in the growing niche business of love.

The 7 Biggest Financial Mistakes Businesses Make (Inc.)
A great refresher from an entrepreneur guest columnist. I’m not sure I agree with all his tips, but still good to think about.

Richmond city workers complain of racism (Times-Dispatch)
The Richmond Department of Public Utilities, rocked in April after nine employees were charged with falsely claiming overtime pay, now faces allegations of racial discrimination against black workers.

Spotsylvania names new economic development director (Free-Lance Star)
Tom Rumora has been named Spotsylvania’s new director of economic development, the county announced yesterday.

 Virginia Beach restaurant offers $30 burger (Virginian-Pilot)
At $28.95, the Apocalypse Now is the costliest burger at Todd Jurich’s 21st Century Burger Bar, which opened earlier this summer at the Oceanfront.

Capital One to buy HSBC unit (Washington Post)
The $2.6B deal would make the McLean firm the nation’s third-largest issuer of store credit cards.

U.S. Seeks Ideas on Renting Out Foreclosed Property (NY Times)
The Obama administration wants to turn properties into rentals to be sold in bulk or managed by someone else.

Wingman Businesses Cash in on Men’s Dating Dilemmas (Entrepreneur)
A neat story about how three entrepreneurs got their start in the growing niche business of love.

The 7 Biggest Financial Mistakes Businesses Make (Inc.)
A great refresher from an entrepreneur guest columnist. I’m not sure I agree with all his tips, but still good to think about.

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