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Tuesday, November 30th, 2021

Local Business News


Cause of Tuesday's massive I-95 pile-up not yet known

Virginia State Police continue to investigate as transportation officials totaled the damage from multiple crashes on Interstate 95 on Tuesday in Sta… Read more


Motivational speaker to deliver keynote at annual Women's Leadership Colloquium in Stafford

Nicole Price, author of “Lively Paradox: An Authentic Perspective on Diversity and Inclusion,” will be the keynote speaker at the 25th annual Women’s… Read more

Spotsylvania supervisors table tax proposal for Massaponax developments

The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors shelved a suggested special tax district as part of two proposed mixed-used developments, Alexander’s Cr… Read more

Virginia and the District


Virginia seafood mogul pleads guilty to selling 'distressed' meat as fresh Chesapeake blue crab

The president of a Virginia seafood company pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to netting millions by fraudulently labeling hundreds of thousa… Read more


Facebook says it will put $750 million into second phase of Henrico data center development

Facebook expects to break ground early next year on the second phase of its eastern Henrico County data center development, which will total more than 2 million square feet when completed late in 2020, the company said Wednesday. Read more


Developer buys land state wants for Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel expansion

A waterfront Norfolk condominium project could face a roadblock from a state transportation project intended to ease congestion in Hampton Roads. Read more

Around the U.S. and Beyond


WestRock to invest $248 million in Covington plant over 5 years (Roanoke.com)

Gov. Ralph Northam announced the company's plans to purchase new equipment Tuesday in Covington. WestRock is a provider of paper and packaging produc… Read more


Walmart has wobbled on gun sales for years — but it's becoming more restrictive

Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart, was big on guns. An avid hunter, he opened his flagship store in Bentonville, Arkansas, specifically so he could be close to his in-laws' quail hunting ranch. Read more


Congress might take away the 401(k) for the wrong reason

More than 62 million Americans - about a third of the nation's adult population - have put money into 401(k) retirement plans. Now Republicans in Con… Read more

Entrepreneurship and Personal Finance


5 ways small businesses owners can plan for retirement

Preparing for retirement can be complicated for anyone, but for small business owners the process often poses even more challenges. Read more