Newport News-based Ferguson begins partnership with Norfolk State University

The plumbing distributor, which employs approximately 27,000 in 1,400 locations, is committed to business diversity, technology and talent development.

ADP, ODU hope to beef up real-world skills with new lab

The $500,000 technology lab will allow students to learn with ADPs payroll, benefits and human resource management software.

Hampton firm touts ability to help workers with disabilities, and companies that need them

The nonprofit organization is a service provider and major employer in the community and nationwide for people with disabilities.

Newport News-based Ferguson begins partnership with Norfolk State University

Women-owned businesses thrive in Hampton Roads, but region lags behind nearby locations

Klett Consulting Group Inc. No. 2 Top Workplaces, small companies

Newport News City Center gets convenience store

ADP, ODU hope to beef up real-world skills with new lab

Women-owned businesses thrive in Hampton Roads, but region lags behind nearby locations

Women entrepreneurs in Hampton Roads applauded the advances but said theres still much more to be done to support female business leaders.

Woman-owned York business teaches lifesaving skills

Rhonda Fingar started Safety Services LLC in 2011 so she could teach vital lifesaving skills to children and adults.

Newport News City Center gets convenience store

Shop Rite, owned by Simon Beshai and wife Ghada Gayed, carries items such as milk, eggs, yogurt, ready to go sandwiches, frozen foods, coffee, and snacks.

4 ways corporations can become family-friendly Expert column

Change starts within the family unit long before many corporations and institutions recognize what is happening.

Maintaining a leadership edge in turbulent times Expert column

Using the leadership edge to achieve success in turbulent times is not easy. It requires discipline, laser focus and daily effort.

The truth about preexisting conditions Expert column

Like most issues with health care its complicated.

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One of Virginia Beachs most interesting homes is hidden near the North Carolina border

Virginia Beach to get its first black Circuit Court judge

Something in the Water fest map: 3 stages, charging stations, rideshares and an official market

Virginia Wesleyan security director charged with assaulting Trump supporter outside Sanders rally

Jayden Epps, Kings Fork have sites set on a title and others look to continue run as VHSL state tournament starts

What career lessons to take from Kobe Bryant Expert column

Time to take a look at your career and see if you are where you want to be.

Officials betting on grassroots 757 campaign; bumper stickers in the works

They cautioned that the branding effort needs to be led by the community rather than the government.

Coastal resilience challenges seek innovative business ideas from Hampton Roads

The challenge, which is open to anyone in the world, must be implemented in Hampton Roads as a viable solution to help adapt to climate change.

Norfolk accounting firm invests in on-site art gallery

Wall, Einhorn & Chernitzer had a permanent collection of local art created by artists from dArt Center installed in its lobby.

Huntington Ingalls Industries announces board chairmans retirement

Thomas B. Fargo had led the board since March 2011.

How did Chesapeake-based home lender survive recession and make it to 20th anniversary?

CEO Kim Curtis notes that Tidewater Home Funding has never had a year-end financial statement in the red, even during that crisis.

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Barbara Wolcott, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Towne Realty Firstperson

She entered the real estate business in the early 1970s when she had three children under the age of 5, seeing the industry as way to earn money while raising a family.

Leaders make business case for diversity and inclusion Chamber notes

A regional diversity and inclusion dashboard was revealed to business leaders.

See whos buying or leasing commercial property in Hampton Roads.

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Norfolk International Airport traffic up nearly 8% in January

There were slight declines in departures and the number of available seats on flights in the month compared to a year ago, meaning planes using the airport were more full.