Recent reports about the growth of transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft would suggest that their success pits them directly against traditional taxi drivers. But, a representative from the taxi industry says that's NOT what's behind a rally in Richmond in which they called for more fairness for taxicab drivers.
Daniel Berhane with Virginia Taxicab Drivers United says while they don't believe rival companies are being established correctly, the VTDU is more concerned about the lack of job protections for drivers.
Drones have gained global attention for their ability to spy on people in times of war, but these unmanned flying objects have plenty of peaceful applications, and a Lynchburg man is pioneering one - swooping in to help realtors sell property.
August is Craft Beer Month in Virginia, and this week we’re going to be looking at the commonwealth’s growing industry.
Nationwide, the number of craft breweries now tops 3,000 - with more opening up every day - and a new Gallup poll analyzing alcohol consumption finds that 11 million more Americans chose beer as their beverage of choice this year than last.
Beer is a booming industry - and Virginia is no exception to the national trend.
Governor McAuliffe has signed an executive order to increase the opportunities for small, women- and minority-owned companies to conduct business with the state.
The goal is to promote equity—and maximize the participation of small businesses in work that’s obtained through procurement and state contracts. He also set a high goal for the number of participants.
McAuliffe directed Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones to raise the state share of spending that goes to small, women- and minority-owned businesses to 42%.