NewsFeeds 9.8.11

Texas de Brazil to relocate to Short Pump Town Center (Times-Dispatch)
Texas de Brazil, a Brazilian steakhouse chain, is taking over the former Copper Grill Lobster & Steak House space in the Short Pump Town Center. BizSense first reported last week that the Copper Grill was pulling out of the mall.

Portsmouth firm buys accounts of First Colony Coffee (Virginian-Pilot)
A local beverage distributor has bought the Hampton Roads accounts of First Colony Coffee & Tea Co.

The Out-of-State Solution to College Budgets (Business Week)
Amid declining state financial support, many universities are relying on nonresidents—and working hard to recruit them—to make ends meet.

Branding the armed forces (Washington Post)
The armed services are selling military-themed products for tens of millions of dollars annually.

When Cost Cuts Fail – Drastic Measures (WSJ)
When basic cost-cutting and discounting fail, a growing number of small companies are shifting to more dramatic, sometimes risky overhauls of their businesses.

What’s Your Company’s Worth? (Inc.)
Ever wonder what your business would sell for? To really understand the number, you have to understand the math.

Dear Mr. President, (Fortune)
The magazine asked 10 small businesspeople the one thing they’d ask President Obama to do to make it easier for them to hire. Below are edited excerpts of their conversations.

Texas de Brazil to relocate to Short Pump Town Center (Times-Dispatch)
Texas de Brazil, a Brazilian steakhouse chain, is taking over the former Copper Grill Lobster & Steak House space in the Short Pump Town Center. BizSense first reported last week that the Copper Grill was pulling out of the mall.

Portsmouth firm buys accounts of First Colony Coffee (Virginian-Pilot)
A local beverage distributor has bought the Hampton Roads accounts of First Colony Coffee & Tea Co.

The Out-of-State Solution to College Budgets (Business Week)
Amid declining state financial support, many universities are relying on nonresidents—and working hard to recruit them—to make ends meet.

Branding the armed forces (Washington Post)
The armed services are selling military-themed products for tens of millions of dollars annually.

When Cost Cuts Fail – Drastic Measures (WSJ)
When basic cost-cutting and discounting fail, a growing number of small companies are shifting to more dramatic, sometimes risky overhauls of their businesses.

What’s Your Company’s Worth? (Inc.)
Ever wonder what your business would sell for? To really understand the number, you have to understand the math.

Dear Mr. President, (Fortune)
The magazine asked 10 small businesspeople the one thing they’d ask President Obama to do to make it easier for them to hire. Below are edited excerpts of their conversations.

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