CHARLESTON — West Virginia received 2,000 applications in the first two days after announcing it is recruiting remote workers, Gov. Jim Justice said Wednesday.
Easter Weekend came in the wake of encouraging reports regarding COVID-19 vaccinations, as well as the steady loosening of pandemic-related restrictions nationally.
UGI Corporation, a Pennsylvania-based gas and power distribution group, has become the 17th member of the Natural Gas Supply Collaborative.
The West Virginia House of Delegates is close to passing, for the second year in a row, a requirement that public school students complete a personal finance course to graduate from high school.
Six months ago, West Virginia’s ski area operators were uncertain about whether they would be able to open their slopes for the 2020-21 snow season due to COVID-19 concerns.
Jennifer Pharr has been hired by the Charleston Area Alliance to oversee a new economic development program focused on supporting minority and women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs in Charleston and the Kanawha Valley.
Gov. Jim Justice continues to push his proposal to eliminate West Virginia’s personal income tax in exchange for higher tax rates in other sectors. It’s a move the second-term governor insists will pump more than $1 billion annually into the state’s economy, the effects of which he says will…
Peoples Bancorp Inc. of Marietta, Ohio, says it has reached an agreement to Premier Financial Bancorp of Huntington in an all-stock transaction valued at $292.3 million.
It makes too much sense. Or at least that’s the logic for a marriage between a pair of organizations calling for regionalism between the two largest cities in West Virginia.
Three communities in West Virginia have been chosen as hosts for a remote worker program that includes funding by the founder of Intuit.
Bluestone Resources, a coal company owned by Gov. Jim Justice and his family, filed a federal lawsuit earlier this week against London-based financier Greensill Capital.
A coal company owned by Gov. Jim Justice claims it was deceived by a global lender and now faces “a clear and present threat.”
Advantage Valley’s FASTER WV program doled out its first loan, awarding $50,000 to the Clendenin Brewing Company. Terms of the loan are 6% for seven years.
West Virginia’s largest business organization is calling on legislators to put the brakes on Gov. Jim Justice’s proposal to cut personal income taxes by 60%, while raising other taxes by more than $900 million a year to make up for part of the lost revenue.
A global lender that provided hundreds of millions of dollars in supply-chain financing to one of Gov. Jim Justice’s coal companies filed for insolvency protection earlier this week.
American Electric Power and five other electric utilities plan to build a series of fast charging stations for electric vehicles in a plan stretching from northern Ohio and Tidewater Virginia to west Texas. It’s part of their efforts to promote the use of electric vehicles by making charging…
Winter’s loosened grip and the removal of capacity caps are reviving bars, restaurants and other businesses battered by the yearlong coronavirus pandemic.
It will take time to quantify the financial impact, and the exact formula for computing the numbers has yet to be developed, but Charleston’s first-term mayor says the presence of new businesses in downtown is already visible to the naked eye.
HUNTINGTON — Just over a week ago, Gov. Jim Justice increased the maximum capacity limit for all restaurants and bars from 50% seating to 75%.