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Q&A: Keeping the beat, growing a business

Q&A: Keeping the beat, growing a business

Burl Rolett June 24, 2013 Comments Off

Drummer Bruce Crump found success with Southern rock group Molly Hatchet, and now he’s rolling his experience into a growing business venture

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Monday Q&A: Rip up the playbook

Monday Q&A: Rip up the playbook

Michael Schwartz December 24, 2012 0

Tom Yeager has been in the business of college sports since the late 1970s, but he’s never seen anything like what’s happening these days

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Monday Q&A: No regrets

Monday Q&A: No regrets

Michael Schwartz December 17, 2012 0

Outgoing Media General chief executive Marshall Morton reflects on his 23 years with the drastically changed company

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Monday Q&A: The plan gets remixed

Monday Q&A: The plan gets remixed

Lena Price December 10, 2012 2

An iconic Carytown music store is downsized but not out: Jim Bland describes the challenges facing his business and the opportunity that comes with his new location

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Monday Q&A: The future’s so bright

Monday Q&A: The future’s so bright

Lena Price December 3, 2012 5

A startup that moved to Richmond from Atlanta has found a profitable niche in custom shades

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Tuesday Q&A: Inroads at Innsbrook

Tuesday Q&A: Inroads at Innsbrook

David Larter November 27, 2012 3

Paul Kreckman is overseeing the planned $2 billion transformation of 200 acres of the suburban development

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Monday Q&A: The art of liberal spending

Monday Q&A: The art of liberal spending

David Larter November 19, 2012 0

President Bob Lindgren explains why Randolph-Macon College is investing millions to expand its enrollment and facilities

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Monday Q&A: Under the big Green Top

Monday Q&A: Under the big Green Top

David Larter November 12, 2012 8

A local outdoor sports store has quintupled its square footage and seen a big boost in business

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Monday Q&A: Timing is everything

Monday Q&A: Timing is everything

Michael Schwartz November 5, 2012 3

In the year since Tony Ammendolia opened Original Gravity, a home brewing supply shop on Lakeside Avenue, the local craft beer scene has taken off.

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Monday Q&A: Church Hill’s sweet new secret

Monday Q&A: Church Hill’s sweet new secret

Lena Price October 29, 2012 3

When the proprietors of a new bakery and cafe called Sub Rosa say their Turkish-inspired treats are made by hand, they mean it: They have a grain mill in the back

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