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WASHINGTON — Success often starts small, but West Virginia’s success in landing new investments by Japanese companies started big – with Wheeling Nisshin in 1986, NGK Sparkplugs in 1995, and then Toyota’s $400 million automotive facility in 1996.
MORGANTOWN — WVU economics professor Russell Sobel, in his book “Unleashing Capitalism,” wrote that capitalism succeeds because it keeps the economy focused on the highest-value targets in the marketplace.
CHARLESTON — As West Virginia has one of the nation’s oldest populations, we Mountaineers are typically alert to issues that have an impact on our elderly citizens.
WASHINGTON — There are moments in history that define who we are as a nation, and who we can be as a people. They are touchstones, forever defining our history in terms of “before” and “after.”
CHARLESTON — GOP gubernatorial candidate Bill Maloney recently told West Virginia voters that the Stella-Jones Corp. closed its Ripley plant in 2010 because a Jackson County jury awarded a former employee wages in an age discrimination lawsuit.