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Former Rep. Eric Cantor hired by N.Y. investment bank - Virginia Politics - TimesDispatch.com

timesdispatch.com — Moelis & Company this morning said Eric Cantor, defeated for renomination in the 7th District by political unknown Dave Brat, was named vice chairman and managing director, and as a board of directors member.
Sep 02, 2014

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Sep 02, 2014

Former U.S. Congressman Eric Cantor hired by New York investment bank as vice chairman: vpap.org/updates/articl…

Sep 02, 2014

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Sep 02, 2014

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Sep 02, 2014

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Mayor announces "school finance working group" - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Richmond News, Crime & Politics

timesdispatch.com — He said the group included corporate leaders but no school officials. He thanked MeadWestvaco, Altria, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and Dominion Resources for their support. Jones' press secretary, Tammy Hawley, said she wasn't at liberty to share the names of the people who would be on the task force.

Cantor gets multimillion-dollar contract in Wall Street job - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Virginia Politics

timesdispatch.com — Paid $193,000 annually as majority leader, Cantor will receive a $400,000 salary, a $400,000 signing bonus and $1 million in stock at a N.Y. investment bank. Next year he'll be paid $1.2 million.
Sep 02, 2014

In our interview today, @EricCantor says he won't move to NYC for new job: "Richmond is my home, my family is there" bit.ly/1qwZx5s

Henrico’s Kinlaw is ready for first full year as superintendent - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Henrico County News

timesdispatch.com — Patrick C. Kinlaw, superintendent of Henrico County schools, came into his job on a wave of popularity. Now, he has to turn that good will into progress for a division that faces serious academic and discipline problems, largely along racial lines.