Regent University’s Robertson School of Government made the top 50 online master’s programs in nonprofit management, as ranked by Top Management Degrees, a business education and career guidance resource.
The rankings used data from publicly available resources, including U.S. News and World Report, the Princeton Review and the National Center of Education Statistics, according to a release. Criteria included estimated cost, flexibility and student satisfaction.
Liberty Tax Service, a Virginia Beach-headquartered tax company, announced it was suspending 28 of its New York franchise locations from filing taxes for the remainder of the 2015 tax filing season. Liberty ceased the operations after learning the franchise owner of the businesses had electronic filing privileges suspended by the IRS, according to a release.
“As of today, we have determined that these offices are not able to provide the level of service required to meet the Company’s standards,” Jim Wheaton, Liberty Tax chief compliance officer, said in the release.
Bella Tu Boutique, a Virginia Beach shop at 1708 Pleasure House Road, is moving to a larger space. The shop will open at the new location, 3912 Virginia Beach Blvd., in the first week of May. The boutique offers second-hand designer women’s clothing, shoes and accessories.
The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce will host a panel discussion on successful local businesswomen at 3 p.m. April 26 at the Founders Inn and Spa, 5641 Indian River Road. Four women will explain how they achieved success in balancing work and home life, and how they’re working to level the business playing field for men and women in Hampton Roads. Contact Sara DeGruttola at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-664-2501 for more information.
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