Another national debate is taking center stage in Virginia—this time over a potential Internet sales tax. One group that’s opposed to out-of-state e-commerce taxation and the federal Marketplace Fairness Act says they have overwhelming proof that Virginians don't want it.
Five years ago, New York surprised the world with a new park, known as the High Line. It was built on an elevated railroad bed that once carried freight, but with lush landscaping, benches, bridges and stairs, it’s become a popular hangout for urban residents in search of nature. Now, the city of Richmond is planning a similar venture.
The U.S. Attorney for Virginia’s Western District has won a settlement with Sun Trust Mortgage, which was under investigation for failing to help struggling homeowners as promised. Those customers may now be getting payments from Sun Trust.
National business correspondent Roben Farzad has launched a new radio podcast recorded in Richmond. The program is called Full Disclosure, and in the months ahead we'll share his weekly effort to translate the language of finance and investing. The theme of this week’s program? Bending, Not Breaking.