NewsFeeds for 11.10.11

GRTC shift could mean shake-up (Times-Dispatch)
The GRTC Transit System is bringing in a new management company, which could mean a shake-up of its executive staff. Severing ties with Professional Transit Management of Ohio and Veolia Transportation of Illinois, the GRTC board of directors has selected MV Transportation for a transit management services contract that’s expected to take effect March 1.

Residents question rezoning of 292 acres (Chesterfield Observer)
A large rezoning case requested by the Southside Nazarene Church heads to the Chesterfield Planning Commission next week, but a number of nearby residents aren’t ready to give their blessings just yet.

Court appeal for poker hall in Portsmouth is a bust (Virginian-Pilot)
A former Portsmouth poker hall operator had sought to make poker halls legal in Virginia by convincing a judge it’s a game of skill. The judge did not agree.

Trump attorneys fight for Albemarle House rights (Daily Progress)
Attorneys for Bank of America and Donald Trump argued in federal court Wednesday over Trump’s assertion that he has a right to match any sale price negotiated between the bank and a buyer for the foreclosed Albemarle House property once owned by Patricia Kluge.

BWI plans major expansion, will add new security lanes (Washington Post)
Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport, which has set records for passenger traffic in the past year, will undergo a major expansion during the next 18 months to accommodate future growth.

Google’s Chief Works to Trim a Bloated Ship (New York Times)
Larry Page returned to the helm of Google to find it bloated, unwieldy and hard to move quickly. He’s working to change all that.

Why Americans Won’t Do Dirty Jobs (Bloomberg Businessweek)
In the wake of an immigrant exodus, Alabama has jobs. Trouble is, Americans don’t want them.

Toss the Motivation Book, Build a Better Strategy (Inc.)
If your business strategy includes financial targets, sales goals, or mission statements, you’re doing it all wrong.

GRTC shift could mean shake-up (Times-Dispatch)
The GRTC Transit System is bringing in a new management company, which could mean a shake-up of its executive staff. Severing ties with Professional Transit Management of Ohio and Veolia Transportation of Illinois, the GRTC board of directors has selected MV Transportation for a transit management services contract that’s expected to take effect March 1.

Residents question rezoning of 292 acres (Chesterfield Observer)
A large rezoning case requested by the Southside Nazarene Church heads to the Chesterfield Planning Commission next week, but a number of nearby residents aren’t ready to give their blessings just yet.

Court appeal for poker hall in Portsmouth is a bust (Virginian-Pilot)
A former Portsmouth poker hall operator had sought to make poker halls legal in Virginia by convincing a judge it’s a game of skill. The judge did not agree.

Trump attorneys fight for Albemarle House rights (Daily Progress)
Attorneys for Bank of America and Donald Trump argued in federal court Wednesday over Trump’s assertion that he has a right to match any sale price negotiated between the bank and a buyer for the foreclosed Albemarle House property once owned by Patricia Kluge.

BWI plans major expansion, will add new security lanes (Washington Post)
Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport, which has set records for passenger traffic in the past year, will undergo a major expansion during the next 18 months to accommodate future growth.

Google’s Chief Works to Trim a Bloated Ship (New York Times)
Larry Page returned to the helm of Google to find it bloated, unwieldy and hard to move quickly. He’s working to change all that.

Why Americans Won’t Do Dirty Jobs (Bloomberg Businessweek)
In the wake of an immigrant exodus, Alabama has jobs. Trouble is, Americans don’t want them.

Toss the Motivation Book, Build a Better Strategy (Inc.)
If your business strategy includes financial targets, sales goals, or mission statements, you’re doing it all wrong.

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