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Business people, September 19
Business people, September 19

EDUCATION

n William Hutchens, West Virginia University’s vice president for legal affairs, corporate, state and local relations and a counselor to the university president, has announced he will retire effective Oct. 17.

Hutchens...

South Charleston to study costs of expanding south along Corridor G

Plan includes extension of sewer line from Southridge

Greenbrier railroad project dies at auction
Greenbrier railroad project dies at auction

Passenger cars, equipment, tools auctioned off,

ending project

W.Va. gender pay gap near top of list

W.Va. ties with Wyo. for second, with women’s pay at

69 percent of men’s

State may dissolve small business loan organization

Officials could vote to disband company that oversees small business loans

Business people, September 19
Business people, September 19

EDUCATION

n William Hutchens, West Virginia University’s vice president for legal affairs, corporate, state and local relations and a counselor to the university president, has announced he will retire effective Oct. 17.

Hutchens...

Authority approves $10 million American Woodmark equipment purchase

The state Economic Development Authority’s board of directors approved the purchase and lease of $10 million worth of machinery and equipment that will be used in the expansion of American Woodmark Corp.’s Moorefield plant.

The...

Frontier creates new Mid-Atlantic division
Frontier creates new Mid-Atlantic division

Frontier Communications Corp. announced Thursday it has reorganized its Ohio and West Virginia operations into its new Mid-Atlantic Region.

The company said Michael Flynn, current president of the company’s Illinois operations, will...

Ribbon-cutting held for Edible Arrangements in South Charleston
Ribbon-cutting held for Edible Arrangements in South Charleston

Four couples who met through Generation Charleston celebrated their business venture Wednesday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Edible Arrangements in South Charleston.

The couples bought the existing franchise in July after they had been...

Jared Hunt column: Hedge fund pushes for DuPont breakup

Trian Fund Management, the hedge fund run by activist investor Nelson Peltz, is pushing for a breakup of DuPont Co., arguing the conglomerate’s individual parts might be worth more than the whole.

Trian went public on Wednesday with its...

Subcommittee hears testimony on children’s insurance program

Children’s Health Insurance Program funding set to run out next fall

W.Va. unemployment rate spikes in August

Rate shot up in August, experts say change was unexpected

Panera Bread to open in Teays Valley
Panera Bread to open in Teays Valley

Panera Bread will open a new restaurant in Teays Valley’s Liberty Square Shopping Center next year.

T.J. Summers of Four-S Development said the restaurant chain has signed a lease to open the new eatery on an outparcel location in the...

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